1457504392206.jpgI keep telling myself that I will post a blog at least three times a week and I swear I really do try. However, life happens while you’re making plans. Seriously, so many things beyond my control has happened in the last two weeks. Anyway, I’m not one to get very personal so I’m going to stop the cryptic ramblings and get on with the real business.

I’ve got some news. I’m going to be sticking to the 1-2 posts a week vibe until April. Why? Well, besides the fact that I have two core essays to finish by April, I have also decide to finally buy a domain.

*happy panda dance*

That means I am relaunching the website some time in the beginning of April. And I am so excited! I have started on the redesign already, however, I’ve put it on hold because, you know, education is expensive and I really need to be focusing on those essays. Can’t wait to show you guys the new design. 😀


Anyway, I’ve got a busy reading month ahead. I’ve already finished Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard and I have to be honest and say I just did not enjoy it. If you’re interested to know what it is I did not enjoy about Red Queen I’ll be posting a detailed review next week.

1457776982928.jpgAt the moment I am currently reading Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton and I am loving it so much. This was a sneaky buy and wasn’t originally on this month’s TBR list. I am a complete sucker for fantasy novels inspired by the East. When I saw it I just couldn’t resist. The cover is so pretty, it literally begged me to take it home… I know… I have a problem.

I have also finally started Middlemarch by George Eliot. Since it is such a huge book I am reading it while also listening to the audiobook.

I need to start Chocolat by Joanne Harris soon. I don’t think it will be a very difficult read, mostly likely because I won’t be able to get the image of Johny Depp out of my head while reading it…

Once I’ve finished Rebel of the Sands, I have two books on my TBR list which were recomended by classmates. The first of which is Deadlands by Lily Hernes and the other Ink by Amanda Sun.

And then finally there is Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. This book has been on my TBR list since I got it. The only reason I haven’t gotten to it is because when I do eventually read it I want to be able to give it my full attention. I know for a fact that once I get back into it I will not be able to put it down and I will most likely neglect my studies. So I am just going to leave it at the bottom of the pile as a reminder that I need to finish all my work so I can finally get to it.

What are you reading this month?

Have you read any of the books on my TBR list? If so, tell me whether or not you enjoyed it!

– Dee

March TBR and Redesign
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  • March 17, 2016 at 3:26 am

    The Rebel of the Sands cover really is gorgeous. I really want to read it soon, too, though it’s still on order at my library and I can’t really buy books right now, so I might be waiting a little while. I’ll be interested to read your review of Red Queen – it sounds kind of interesting but I’m not hugely sure I’d enjoy it. I feel like it’s one I would pick apart too much to enjoy properly.


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