See, the problem with really enoying my first Discworld novel so far is knowing that I will have to buy and read the other four billion.
That’s extremely inconvenient.
My apologies for the lack of posts, but it’s exam time and I have a million essays to write.
I hope to be back with you all soon!
Do you guys have any more requests for My Home Library posts? Which books do you want to see?
Let me know!
Can I just say that conversations like this are the best part of running this blog for me?
I love hearing your opinions and having a bit of a debate, and I’m thrilled each time you guys respond and express your thoughts. Thank you so much for engaging, it’s just fantastic!
I have the greatest followers in the world.
Natalie Morales reblogged the video I posted of her reading out one of James Joyce’s
hilariously disgusting love letters.
She was on White Collar and Parks and Recreation and she reblogged one of my posts.
(Granted, it’s just a video that she could’ve reblogged from anyone, but still, I’m going to go ahead and count this as a win.)
Keep the requests for books from my home library coming, this is so much fun!
i just got my first smartphone (why yes, I am incredibly behind the times) and I want to try taking pictures of my books, so I think we should have another ask party!
Send me an ask telling me which book you would like to see, and I’ll post a picture! My least favourite book cover, a book that makes me cry… Whatever you want.
I’m rereading Pride and Prejudice in its entirety for the first time in years (I’ve read chapters and parts here and there, but never the whole thing, I think), and what really struck me is how young these characters are.
I remembered that Elizabeth is twenty years old, but Mr Bingley is only twenty-three when he decides to rent Netherfield and Mr Collins is twenty-five.
Mr Collins is my age.