I’ve been a little absent from this blog so far in 2018, so I thought today I would get you all up-to-speed with what I’ve been reading since I’ve been gone! Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading in 2018 (so far) | LibroLiv”
I saw this video by Regan @ Peruse Project on YouTube a while ago where she outlined the books she wants to get around to reading not this month, not this year, but at some point in her life! I loved this idea and hearing what’s on her bucket list, so today I decided to list off the books on my book bucket reading list. Hope you enjoy!
3 years ago today, on Sunday 21st July 2015, I wrote my first blog post. Let’s have a throwback! Continue reading “LibroLiv is 3 years old today!”
I’m sure you’ve all heard of this series before. If not, I am honoured to introduce to you all my favourite book series, Maggie Stiefvater’s ‘Raven Cycle,’ a quartet of YA magical realism novels that hold a special place in my heart. Carry on reading to see why I love this series so much!
Life update time! You may have noticed a marked absence of my blog posts in recent months; today, I’ll explain why…
(in a state of being) confused, not well organized, or giving importance to unexpected things
“The government’s topsy-turvy priorities mean that spending on education remains low.”
Synonym: upside-down Continue reading “‘Topsy Turvy’ Literature | LibroLiv”
The Handmaid’s Tale was published in 1985. Is it still applicable today? Continue reading “4 Reasons Why The Handmaid’s Tale is Outdated (& why we shouldn’t fear that it could still happen) | LibroLiv”
I recently finished ‘1984’ by George Orwell, and it really got me thinking. This is just one of the thought journeys ‘1984’ took me on…
Frankenstein was first published 200 years ago as of this year! Crazy, right? Now, I don’t know what Mary Shelley was thinking when she wrote it, but today I’m going to be looking at Frankenstein from a modern perspective and in a modern context. I hope you enjoy! Continue reading “‘Frankenstein’ 200 Years On | LibroLiv”
Way back in April 2017 I got the opportunity to interview an amazing poet, Peter Sansom. If you haven’t read his poetry, I definitely recommend it! I wrote this post for Hive South Yorkshire, but thought I would also post it here for you guys to read. To see the original post, click here. Hope you enjoy! Olivia x Continue reading “An Interview with a Poet: Peter Sansom| LibroLiv”