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FairyLoot Subscription box – January Unboxing

Okay, so we all know by now I fricking love a subscription box,  I honestly can’t get enough of them. Over the years I’ve tried a lot: art & craft boxes; kawaii boxes and the like. The first box I receive have usually been okay, but nothing amazing or special. Generally I end up cancelling them soon after because the price point never seems great for the contents. This month I decided to test out a Book subscription box. As you can probably guess from my previous posts, I  ...

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Empire of Storms (ToG) – Book of the Month

You may remember me mentioning an author called Sarah J Maas previously in my Top 5 YA Fantasy series to escape reality post, well she’s got another fantastic series for you to explore: Throne of Glass. I’m currently on Empire of Storms, Book Six of the series and I love it. I’m actually re-reading the series in preparation for the final book release tomorrow, and I honestly can’t wait to finish it.

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Six of Crows – Book of the Month

I am so clearly in love with this book its not even funny, so much so I’ve started making fan art for it. I’d loved sharing my books with you in my Top 5 YA Fantasy books post, so I thought I’d start sharing my current reading books every month. Depending on how life is shitting all over my plans, I try reading at least one book a month. This month I’ve been obsessing over the Six of Crows series by Leigh Bardugo. You can grab yourself a copy here. Six of Crows  ...

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Top 3 YA Fantasy to escape from reality.

  I mentioned in my last post that relaxing and reading helped me to chill the frick out. Well I’m going to start to give you my awesome list of amazing YA fantasy books and authors that I regularly read. This post started out being my Top 5 books, but as I kept looking at my overloaded bookshelf I kept adding more and more titles. I’ve somehow managed to cut my list down, I’ve even added a subcategory. It’s now my Top 3 books to escape from reality and into  ...

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