Hi everyone!

As I have a pretty set schedule at the moment, I thought it would be best to explain it all in one place for new visitors.


Monday: A beautiful quote from a YA book I love, to start off your week right.

Wednesday: T5W is a weekly meme hosted by Lainey. With new topic every Wednesday, and you list your Top 5 books related to that topic. If you’d like to take part, join the Goodreads group, and add your name to the list of bloggers & booktubers!

Saturday: Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga. Find out more and join in here!

Sunday: My friend Pete joins me every Sunday to post anything to do with YA and reading! He also includes fan art – which you can find more of (and have printed for yourself!) here.

Other days and posts

Okay, by now you’re probably thinking ‘why is there only two days?’. Well, don’t worry! That doesn’t mean you’re losing me the rest of the week – I’ll still be posting most days actually!

But those days will be completely random. I’ll probably stick to an average of two book reviews a week, maybe a book tag, a Myshelf & I/author related post, a discussion post and a random one if I have a spare day. I might even do book/blog related guides or debates!

I will have a day or two off over the week to do other things. They’ll usually be over the weekend.

The whole idea of my schedule is to let this blog be what I want, and give myself more freedom. The last thing I want is writing The Books Are Everywhere to turn into a chore, and I’m hoping this will stop that ever happening.

A few notes:

If a post includes spoilers there will be a disclaimer at the start! If there is no disclaimer, there will be no (mega) spoilers. You will be alerted throughout the post if there’s a minor spoiler.

Please keep in mind that I rate my books out of 5 moons rather than 5 stars. It’s just something I like to do to keep my blog unique!

Also, if I’m sarcastic in tone, please remember that it is only sarcasm. If you’re offended by anything I say, just let me know & I’ll be happy to re-word (or at least re-think) what I’ve written.