Hi. So, I’m hypermobile. If you want to find out more about my condition, click here. My symptoms mainly involve chronic pain & frequent joint dislocations, but I also have other fun side effects like bruising really easily and always being tired. I wanted to write this blog for a few reasons. Firstly, I’m a… Continue reading A week in the life of a hypermobile girl.
This is going to be a pretty quick blog post, becauseee I’m off on holiday sharpish. But before I go I wanted to do a little run down of my August reading plans. The first book I’m hoping to get to is The Pearl Thief, which is a prequel to Code Name Verity. (one of… Continue reading August | TBR and #TomeTobble
Oh July, you’ve been swell. Seriously. I began the month in a city that stole my heart, Edinburgh. I spent the days walking non-stop (thanks, knee–let’s try that again sometime), and the nights laughing and gin drinking. Other fun things that happened this month: My brother graduated. We took our standard, smiley/zoolander photos, everyone remained… Continue reading Bye, July | Wrap Up
Hello lovely people, today I’m delighted to be a stop on the blog tour for DEATH PLAYS A PART, the first book in a new series by the wonderful Vivian Conroy! With high tide comes murder… When her beloved London theatre closes for renovations, costume maker Guinevere is excited to start a job at Cornisea… Continue reading Blog Tour: Death Plays A Part by Vivian Conroy
I know this is a little late, but I’ve loved watching these videos on Booktube over the past few weeks, so I thought I’d participate to see how I’ve done in my reading so far in 2017. If you want to check out the creators of this awesome tag, click here and here. 1. BEST… Continue reading Tag: Mid-Year Book Freak Out
As our train chugged into Edinburgh on Friday, a very merry Englishman sung the entirety of the Flower of Scotland (which is, IMHO, the best rugby anthem), and the entire carriage whooped and cheered. That kind of spontaneous joy and spirit lasted the whole weekend. Edinburgh is one of those cities where you could wander… Continue reading I lost my heart in Edinburgh.