This post might confuse some people, because I haven’t technically been absent from this blog – at least, it hasn’t looked like it. There have been posts around every two weeks so far this year, so there aren’t exactly cobwebs. But I feel like there are. I haven’t actually really written any posts this year; everything from… Continue reading Where Have I Been?!
Happy belated new year everyone! My first post of 2017 was a review of Wing Jones by Katherine Webber, a title I’d been excited about for most of last year. I thought in this week’s post I’d highlight some more 2017 releases I’m looking forward to reading! Our Own Private Universe: I am a huge fan… Continue reading On My Radar: 2017 YA Releases
Hello again, for the last post of the year 🙂 Last year, I did a post called “15 in 15” because considering it was 2015, the number worked. I thought I’d do a follow up “16 in 16” but… I think I’ll be sticking to fifteen because if I keep that up every year, these… Continue reading 2016 Favourites | What I’ve been loving this year
So, well, 2016 has been… Um… eventful. I ended 2015 thinking, in the coming year, I was going to be SUPER OPTIMISTIC, and this was going to be THE BEST YEAR YET. Well… It wasn’t. Okay, it was in a few aspects, but largely, on a personal level and a global level, 2016 will go down in… Continue reading 2016: in Words and Pictures
It took me a while to consider what blog I wanted to talk about this on. This one, my book blog? Geetakesphotos, my photography blog? My Tumblr? Or should I just tweet about it? I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to maintain a personality online. And I think there’s quick a lot… Continue reading Life Online | Thoughts on Internet Personalities
The lovely Jess from bookendsandendings tagged me in this, and I don’t usually do book tags, but I thought I’d join in! 🙂 I needed something like this to get back into the swing of blogging. Tagging: Anyone who’d like to answer these questions. What book is on your nightstand now? At the time of… Continue reading By The Book Tag | Questionnaire
If you’re wondering what Ctrl, Alt; Delete is, you’ve been living under a rock and/or haven’t used Twitter in a year. Emma Gannon, social media whizz, blogger and writer has written the memoir everyone from the Internet age needs to read. It’s a fantastic book – I couldn’t wait for it to come out, and… Continue reading Ctrl, Alt; Delete: Social Media and Me