2018 in Review: Top 10 Pics of 2018

I’m not one of those ridiculously talented Bookstagrammers (I don’t even have Instagram for that matter), but now and again I take photographs that I’m actually fond of. Most of them can be found on my Twitter, and a few in my photo gallery. They may be few and far between, but due to the aesthetics or the memories related to them, I’ve decided upon ten that have stood out for me in 2018.

Without further ado, let’s get into the list!

P.S. Beware of filters.

Summer’s day? Check. Beautiful surroundings? Check. Book haul? Check. Read more about this specific book haul here.
This is the very last picture I took of my bookcases, before I moved to a new house earlier in the year. Since then, I’ve yet to set up something new (my books are still in boxes).
I just love the colours! Read my review of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked.
Probably a tad too dark, but I got to use the spyglass as  a prop! Read my review of The Sea was a Fair Master.
I dig the tentacle lady on the front. This was my attempt at taking part in the LOHF photo challenge.
Another photo challenge submission!
Yet another… Not a lot happening in this one, but I love the colours!
Typical coffee pic? Well actually, it’s hot chocolate. And I have good memories associated with this picture.
I don’t get books signed a lot, but when I do… I sweat a lot, apparently.
I just tried to be creepy with this one. There’s my hand. Hello, hand! Read my review of The Haunting of Hope House.

That’s a wrap!



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