Weekly Reading 5th-11th August

We are back again with another weekly reading vlog! This week I finished FOUR books as well as getting my new arm chair (yay, finally!) and rearranging my book shelves! Check it all out on the vlog! The books I read this week: Twice Magic by Cressida Cowell Beyond a Darkened Shore by Jessica Leake…

Book haul: Greece 2019

So I wasn’t meant to be buying books while I was in Greece this year. Did that stop me from buying books when I was in Greece this year.. No it did not. Here are the books I picked up! I decided, when I saw the in their beautiful covers I wanted to get the…

250 Follower Giveaway

It’s time for a giveaway here at Ordinary-worlds! I cannot believe that I have made it to 250 followers, I am so excited about this that I wanted to give something back, so the giveaway will be the choice of one book from Book Depository under $35 AU The rules to enter are: * Be…

Review: ‘Milk and Honey’ By Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey Rupi Kaur Publisher: Create SpaceDate: 2014Pages: 204Fiction/Non-Fiction: Non FictionGenre:  PoetryDays to Read: 1Purchase Locations: Amazon and Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD Milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. About the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. The book is divided into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different…

Review: ‘The Iron Trial’ By Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

The Iron Trial By Cassandra Clare and Holly Black Publisher: Scholastic PressDate: 2014Pages: 295Fiction/Non-Fiction: FictionGenre:  FantasyDays to Read: 14Purchase Locations: Amazon and Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD All his life, Call has been warned by his father to stay away from magic. To succeed at the Iron Trial and be admitted into the vaunted Magisterium school would bring bad things….

Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

We are half way through another year and can I just say Umm… WHAT?! How is it already halfway through June! Being this time of the year again I figured I would just freak myself out a little more about all that I have to read this year! I have to say that ‘Keeper of…

Sustainability as a book lover?

I don’t really know what has triggered it, but recently I have really been looking at my individual impact on the planet and how my habits and choices are impacting the Earth and global warming over all. I have made a conscious decision to try and be more sustainable. I am only at the beginning…

Everyday May

Every now and then I like to set myself a challenge. Because working full time and blogging about books isn’t challenging enough is it? So this month I thought, you know what definitely won’t be more stressful than posting a new blog post every 2 days, posting everyday. Enter Everyday May where, you guessed it,…