June TBR & 2 Instagram Story Templates

TBR Reading Plans Elaine Howlin

June Reading Plans Hi, everyone! I am so freaking happy it's finally summer. I have been hanging on for the sunshine and outdoor reading. We started lifting our lockdown in stages here but I'm not quite ready to go to the park or the beach. I took my picnic basket out of storage so we … Continue reading June TBR & 2 Instagram Story Templates

The Irish Readathon TBR & Recommendations

The Irish Readathon Elaine Howlin

To be fair, this is more of a Might Be Read list cause I am terrible at sticking to TBR's. Hopefully, you'll get some ideas for what to read for the readathon but if you don't I have a Goodreads shelf with loads more recommendations. https://youtu.be/rteLAI4SWGk As always, there's no pressure to complete the challenges. … Continue reading The Irish Readathon TBR & Recommendations

November’s Reading List

Reading Plan TBR Elaine Howlin Book Blog

Winter is starting to creep in now and I'm feeling some gothic reading but also some fun reading for when I'm wrapped up all cosy by the fire. I have picked out two contemporary romances and two gothic books for my November reading plan. I'm currently reading Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy … Continue reading November’s Reading List

Victober Reading Plan | Victorian Readathon

Victober 2019 Elaine Howlin Book Blog

Victober is a month-long readathon in October focusing on Victorian literature. The Victorian era spanned June 20, 1837 – January 22, 1901, so any books published during that time in the UK and Ireland are welcome. The readathon is hosted by Ange, Kate, Katie, and Lucy on YouTube https://youtu.be/uyUroXFHFD4 The Challenges Ange’s challenge: Read a book … Continue reading Victober Reading Plan | Victorian Readathon

July TBR

July 2019 tbr Elaine Howlin Book Blog

“But here I am in July, and why am I thinking about Christmas pudding? Probably because we always pine for what we do not have. The winter seems cozy and romantic in the hell of summer, but hot beaches and sunlight are what we yearn for all winter.”  Joanna Franklin Bell, Take a Load Off, Mona … Continue reading July TBR