Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces Of Art

Book covers can be awful and they can be meh and then they can be fantastic – and I’d be lying if I said I’d never picked up a book purely because of it’s beautiful cover. With TTT this week, we highlight some of those covers we’d consider to be pieces of art, quite literally.Continue reading “Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces Of Art”

A New Generation of LGBT YA

April is LGBT-month with LauraPlusBooks and FightingDreamer. Although I am studying VERY HARD (I really am), I wanted to get this post in really quickly. I realised a while ago that I haven’t read that many LGBT books. I’ve read quite a few where a secondary character is LGBT (The Mortal Instruments, Mara Dyer, etc)Continue reading “A New Generation of LGBT YA”

Bookish (and not so bookish) Thoughts #5

Linking up with Christine from Bookishly Boisterous for this post – the first time this year! In her words, It allows book bloggers (or any blogger, for that matter) to write about pretty much anything, bookish or otherwise.

The Interns vs. The Student Interns

Editing this post for the sake of maturity and propriety. So, I had my Surgery OSCEs today. They were pretty awful and I am really just hoping for a pass, which I will hopefully improve in the upcoming exams. This rotation was even worse than the same rotation in third year. I have never beenContinue reading “The Interns vs. The Student Interns”

Top Ten Books: Historical Fiction

For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, we share our ten favourite books in X-genre. I’m choosing historical fiction because a) I like it and b) there seems to be an assumption that historical fiction HAS TO BE historical romance. P.S. CHOOSING ONLY TEN WAS REALLY HARD – and it ended up being more a listContinue reading “Top Ten Books: Historical Fiction”

Ten Books That Will Make You Cry

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about books that will make you cry. I did a similar topic two years ago, namely Books That Broke My Heart, so I’m purposefully leaving those books from this post. I think it’s a fine balance, reading enough books from the light/heavy spectrum. A good book-cry can be so…Continue reading “Ten Books That Will Make You Cry”