This month is yet another busy reading month for me. I will be participating in two readathons (blog posts for each will be published really soon) which I am so excited to get to. I have been taking part in many readathons over the past few months and even though I loved and enjoyed them all, I will be taking a break next month to read what I really want to for a while.READ MORE
Last month was my best reading month of the year but this month, I beat my score by reading ten books. The O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon definitely helped me achieve that and I am hoping that with the Asian Readathon, I will read even more books.
I read many amazing books this month with a few of them being from different genres and I even found a few new favourites. This readathon really helped me step out of my comfort zone and I love it even more because of that.READ MORE
Despite still being in some sort of reading slump, I have read a few books that I am really happy with. Each of these books had their own way of helping me get back into reading and I have even found my first five-star read of 2020.READ MORE
I think there is something so magical about poetry—the way words are put together to evoke a feeling or create a certain atmosphere. I never had much interest when it came to poetry because I could not understand the hidden meanings and stories behind the words but as I read more, I found that I liked searching for the story and that I liked researching who the poet was, where they came from, what drastically happened in their lives that could have been the inspiration or influence for their work.
Over the years, I have read quite a few poetry books. I often had to take a bit of a break from novels by reading something short, and not only did it help but it also made my love and understanding grow for the genre.READ MORE