On The Blog
This month was definitely a lot more productive in terms of posting! I managed to be somewhat consistent, so I'm pretty satisfied with my effort.
"Top Ten Tuesday"
Character Driven Novels | Places I Want To Visit | Series I Want To Start | Characters I Want To Dress Up For Halloween
In which I do some complaining (like usual), and recommend two new restaurants for all you food lovers.
I listed the 2015 book to movie adaptations that I'm looking forward to the most, and was thoroughly surprised that there are so many coming out.
November releases to keep an eye out for
Posts For Thought
There have been so many posts that I've loved this month, especially now that I've been a bit more involved within the community and really utilising Bloglovin (find me here).
- The Mile Long Bookshelf lists "20 Signs You Follow Too Many Bookworms on Instagram" - TRUTH
- Thinking of jumping on board blogging? These Paper Hearts has you covered with their "DIY: Starting Your Own Blog - A Checklist"
- If your struggling with organisation, check out The Private Life of A Girl's "Apps and Websites to Help Your Business or Blog Stay Organised"
- "Finding Time To Read" from ALO is the perfect guide to squeezing in that extra reading time you need.
- "8 Reasons I Struggle To Put Down A Book" was a fun and GIF filled post by Perpetual Page Turner.
- Also check out her equally entertaining "I Dress 5 of My YA Couples for Halloween." My favourite is Amy and Rodger!
- Try and find yourself in Notebook Sisters' "The 10 Types of Book Bloggers"
- They, and a few other bloggers, also connect with their inner psychic to predict "2015 YA Trends"
- Need some advice? Diva Booknerd to the rescue with her "Dear Diva" segment - she's such a gem, and helped me loads whilst I was trying to navigate through NetGalley!
- Happy Indulgence writes about fandoms creating wars internally and compares the book community in "Chatterbox: Didn't Like The Book? We Won't Flame You"
- Tired of spending $$$ on books every month? The new app Oyster might save your bank account as The Hungry Runner Girl points out.
Wow. That is one long list.
Moving on to my reading month, and October was actually very successful despite exams fast approaching. I read a total of 10 books, without even participating in any read-a-thons. They were all quite average, but check out my wrap up below!