Join me for my March 2020 book photo challenge!

Join me for my #AmpersandMarch20 photo challenge!

My #AmpersandMarch20 photo challenge is here! For those who are new here, welcome. And for those who’ve participated in any of my previous challenges, welcome back!

Remember, you can interpret the prompts however you choose. If you’re inspired by something else, go for it! You can also check out my tips for conquering a book photo challenge here. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or message me via Instagram. And now for the prompts:

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MOVIE REVIEW | Emma

Emma movie poster

Image source: IMDb

Emma is either my favourite or second-favourite Jane Austen book (there’s a constant battle between it and Northanger Abbey), and after watching the trailer I wasn’t sure what to make of this new iteration. It didn’t particularly excite me, and I was so in love with the Romola Garai mini-series that I thought it would surely fall short.

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Join me for my February 2020 book photo challenge!

Join me for my #AmpersandFeb20 photo challenge!

My #AmpersandFeb20 photo challenge is here! For those who are new here, welcome. And for those who’ve participated in any of my previous challenges, welcome back!

Remember, you can interpret the prompts however you choose. If you’re inspired by something else, go for it! You can also check out my tips for conquering a book photo challenge here. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or message me via Instagram. And now for the prompts:

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MOVIE REVIEW | Little Women

Little Women movie poster

Image: IMDb

2019 was a year of Little Women love for me. My sister was in a production of the musical in Sydney, and I flew down twice to see the show three times. SOBS GALORE because I absolutely adore this story. So when I was contacted with the opportunity to attend a special preview screening, there was a tiny bit of screaming on my part.

There have been so many Little Women adaptations recently, and I was prepared for a run-of-the-mill look at the story and characters I’d come to adore. But Greta Gerwig’s vision brought something new and fresh to the classic, and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it for weeks.

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Join me for my January 2020 book photo challenge!

Join me for my #AmpersandJan20 photo challenge!

My #AmpersandJan20 photo challenge is here! For those who are new here, welcome. And for those who’ve participated in any of my previous challenges, welcome back!

This month’s challenge is about a lot of firsts, some favourites, and some bookstagram staples.

Remember, you can interpret the prompts however you choose. If you’re inspired by something else, go for it! You can also check out my tips for conquering a book photo challenge here. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or message me via Instagram. And now for the prompts:

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Join me for my December 2019 book photo challenge!

Join me for my #AmpersandDec19 photo challenge!

My #AmpersandDec19 photo challenge is here! For those who are new here, welcome. And for those who’ve participated in any of my previous challenges, welcome back!

This month’s challenge is chill, but not in the “it’s Christmas in the snow, grab a jumper” way. Because I live in Australia and it will be the start of summer. It will be chillllllll because it’s the end of the calendar year, people are busy, etc. and also because I think it’s a nice way to wrap up your reading year.

Remember, you can interpret the prompts however you choose. If you’re inspired by something else, go for it! You can also check out my tips for conquering a book photo challenge here. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or message me via Instagram. And now for the prompts:

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BOOK REVIEW | Weapon (Whisper #2) by Lynette Noni

After escaping Lengard and finding sanctuary with the Remnants, Alyssa Scott is desperate to save those she left behind ─ and the rest of the world ─ from the power-hungry scientist, Kendall Vanik. But secrets and lies block her at every turn, and soon Lyss is left questioning everything she has ever believed.

When long-lost memories begin to surface and the mysteries of her past continue to grow, Lyss battles to retain her hard-won control. Allies become enemies and enemies become allies, leaving her certain about only two things: when it comes to Speakers, nothing is ever as it seems… and the only person she can trust is herself.

BOOK REVIEW | Weapon (Whisper #2) by Lynette Noni

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