You know how I try and bring you guys all the latest and coolest things and information about books, well this week I am bringing you a list of 15 things each and every single one of us have done at some point in our booknerd life.
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If you look through this list and don’t see anything you have done – What Have You Been Doing!?!
I have done pretty much every single thing listed on this list. I mean how can you not really?
Have you partaken in any of this booknerd mannerisms before?
As we get closer and closer to the end of the year and our TBR piles seem to grow more and more, it seems like the perfect time to start making lists to end this year and start next year off right too. So far, this year I have read 51 books. I finished my Goodreads challenge and hopefully I can finish these last 2 books I have sitting on my table down for the new year. I have read a weird range of books this year, from young adult, to adult fiction, romance, biography, autobiography and even books I never thought I would read I have read this year. It’s been a great bookish year and I hope 2017 is bigger and better not only for me, but also for you and the Australian publishing industry. Continue reading “My Favorite 3 Books of 2016”
Although I am a fan of Young Adult books, I also love adult fiction books. So this year I have read a large amount of them in-between my young adult reads and thought I would share with you the top 5 adult fiction books I thought were the best out of those I read. Continue reading “Top 5 Adult Fiction Books of 2016…according to me”
This year has been a great year for books. I have read a large amount of books this year and thought it was time to come out and tell you what I think were the top 5 Young Adult books of 2016, according to me, of course. Continue reading “Top 5 Young Adult Books for 2016…according to me”
Yesterday my mother and I headed to Brisbane. She worked whilst I explored and shopped. I ended up going to 5 different bookshops in Brisbane in the short amount of time I was there.
It was hot and sticky but great seeing new bookshops and different books on shelves
I went to The Mad Hatters Bookshop, QBD, Dymocks, Avid Reader and Bent Books.
I grabbed these two books above and a cute Superman keyring because why the hell not, Superman is cool.
Brisbane, I came, I saw and I conquered. Thanks until next time.
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The Call / Peadar O’Guilin / 2016 / David Flickling Book / ISBN 9791910989203 / 332 Pages / Young Adult
On her birthday, Nessa finds out the terrible truth about her homeland, Ireland – the truth that will change her forever. That she and her friends must train for the most dangerous three minutes of their lives: The Call. That any day now, without warning, they will each wake in a terrifying land alone and hunted, with a one in ten chance of returning alive. And it is Nessa, more than anyone, who is going to need every ounce of the guys, wit, and sheer spirit she was born with, if she – and the nation- are to survive.
At the moment I am reading Lost Stars or what Lou Reed Taught me about live by Lisa Selin Davis.
I won this through a Facebook competition and am loving it so far.
Its about this girl, who has lost pretty much everything in her life and is made to do some community service to keep her on the straight and narrow, and is bemused by this whispering music that is following her around.
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So it’s nearing the end of the year and it is around this time of the year where all the cool list come out, where people unfriend, deactivate or un-follow people all over twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Well if you are like me and looking for awesome people to follow on your Instagram, than here is the perfect article for you:
Here is a list of 15 pretty cool Instagram accounts that you can follow and if you are a fellow booknerd, then you are either already following some of these or should go and follow them.