5 Australian Owned Bookish Mugs!

Hello and welcome! Each week we talk about a few bookish items that are sold by Australian businesses with a focus on a category, and this week we’re looking into mugs. Enough with the chit-chat, let’s just have a looksie at the mugs, shall we? 1: JustTeacherThingz Just Teacher Thingz is a little Etsy storeContinue reading “5 Australian Owned Bookish Mugs!”

The First Horror Novel (Fun Bookish Facts!)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In 1764, Horace Walpole published his first ever novel, The Castle of Otranto. After the publication of this novel, he lead his readers to believe that this story was non-fiction and that all of the twists and turns that occured throughout the plot were true. Eventually, in the second edition of The CastleContinue reading “The First Horror Novel (Fun Bookish Facts!)”

The Folklore Book Tag

And we’re back with another Book Tag for Tiggity Tag Friday, where I get to indulge myself in bookish games and you’re forced to watch. (Or read?) You’re welcome! Now firsty let’s thank A Whisper of Ink for letting me pinch the questions right off their page. Thank you so much! Let’s also thank AContinue reading “The Folklore Book Tag”

6 Australian Owned Bookish Stickers (Talking Talent Tuesday)

Welcome to the first ever Talking Talent Tuesday! This post is inspired immensely by a post I made a long while ago set around Australian Bookish Subscription Boxes. You can find my updated post about that one here. A lot of you guys were really interested in that post and which companies are doing what,Continue reading “6 Australian Owned Bookish Stickers (Talking Talent Tuesday)”

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“Then let the world know that my first act of freedom was to help my friends.” — Sarah J Maas, House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City 1)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“People really are like houses with vast rooms and tiny windows. And maybe it’s a good thing, the way we never stop surprising each other.” — Becky Albertalli, Simon Vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Quote of the Week!

“I stabbed you. With a massive sword. You caught on fire.”His lips twitched, almost imperceptibly. “Okay, so maybe our problems aren’t like other couples.” — Cassandra Clare, City of Lost Souls