It’s time to tackle the reading list for the second semester of my English Literature with Creative Writing degree.
I went through all the reading I’ve done in 2017. This is my reading wrap up for the year of 2017!
It’s Christmas Day, I’ve been sick but I wanted to prepare something to post today! Here’s 5 books I’m thankful for.
2017 is going to be a super exciting year. I’ll be finishing my A Levels, hopefully getting offers from my University applications, receiving my A Level results and – assuming everything goes to plan – ending up at a University somewhere in the UK. But, more than that, it’s also going to be a great year for books!
I’ve seen quite a few people making posts about books to read during the summer, and for good reason: summer is, for most people, the best time to read. For this reason I’ve collated a summer reading pack of my recommendations for books which give me summer vibes.
I’ve been reflecting on books I’ve read recently and not-so-recently, and started thinking about a set of books I’d reccomend to someone interested in exploring fantasy – a fantasy starter pack.
Contemporary Young Adult is a genre I’ve found myself enjoying more as a grow older – I now believe that while fantasy is great for escapism, contemporaries also have their place in helping the reader reflect. So, here are five contemporaries I think you need to read – five contemporaries which I think redefine what it means to be contemporary.