TBR: June 2021

Previously: May Reading Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: Death and Croissants Book Review June is always a busy month for me because I have quite a few birthdays to buy for, and it is the run up to my own birthday. Since my birthday is July 1st I try to claim the whole moth of June as… Continue reading TBR: June 2021

Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘After the Race’.

Previously: April Reading Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: May TBR Welcome to the fifth week of Read With Me: Dubliners. This week we read the story, ‘After the Race’ and the corresponding essays by Jack Bowen in Clive Hearts essay collection, James Joyce’s Dubliners. In this story…The story begins where you would expect, after a race. A… Continue reading Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘After the Race’.

Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘Eveline’.

Previously: Detransition, Baby Review | Coming Soon: Women's Prize Shortlist Welcome to the fourth week of Read With Me: Dubliners. This week we read ‘Eveline’, and the corresponding essay by Clive Hart, who also edits the essay collection, James Joyce’s Dubliners.  In this story…  We meet a new narrator. The young boy has been replaced… Continue reading Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘Eveline’.

Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘Araby’.

Previously: Nothing But Blue Sky Review | Coming Soon: Piranesi Review Welcome to the third week of Read With Me: Dubliners. This week we read the story, ‘Araby', and the corresponding essay by J.S. Atherton in Clive Hearts essay collection, James Joyce’s Dubliners. In this story…This is the final story to centre around the life… Continue reading Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘Araby’.

Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘An Encounter’

Previously: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5 | Coming Soon: No One Is Talking About This Review Welcome to the second week of Read With Me: Dubliners. This week we read the story, ‘An Encounter’, and the corresponding essay by Fritz Senn in Clive Hearts essay collection, James Joyce’s Dubliners. In this story…We again follow the… Continue reading Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘An Encounter’

Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘The Sisters’.

Previously: Announcement | Coming Soon: ‘An Encounter Welcome to the first week of Read With Me: Dubliners. This week we read the first short story ‘The Sisters’, and the corresponding essay by John Williams Corrington in Clive Hearts essay collection, James Joyce’s Dubliners. In this story…The collection begins with a death, the death of Father… Continue reading Read With Me: Dubliners, ‘The Sisters’.

Reading Wrap-Up: January 2021

Previously: A Year in Books | Coming Soon: February TBR Here There be Gerblins by Clint McElroy, Griffin McElroy, Justin McElroy, Travis McElroy, and Carey Pietsch ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Adapted from the popular podcast, The Adventure Zone, Here There Be Gerblins follows out lovable level one protagonists as they try to complete a delivery. The podcast itself follows three brothers… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: January 2021

TBR: January 2021

Previously: December Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: A Year in Books We all look forward the fresh promise that a new year seems to hold. No year has that been more true than this one. Although, as adults, we know that the first of January is just another day, we are persistent in our hope, our wish,… Continue reading TBR: January 2021

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities Masterlist

Previously: Chapter XV| Welcome to the final Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities post. I hope you've enjoyed coming on this journey with me, I have certainly enjoyed it. I also like the idea that I'll always have a record of reading this book, even if it was for the second time. If… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities Masterlist

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XV

Previously: Book III, Chapter XIV| Coming Soon: Masterlist Welcome to the thirty-first, and the final week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XV: The Footsteps Die Out Forever. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, November 26th 1859. The story so far…Madame Defarge is… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XV