Previously: Olympic Games TBR| Coming Soon: Aurora Burning Review Author's Note: I wrote this post in December 2019 and for some reason I never got around to posting it. It was also inspired by another blogger, though I'm sorry to say I no longer know who. After almost deleting it I thought that it would… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 2019 Releases- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Previously: RWM- A Tale of Two Cities, Chapters I-II| Coming Soon: TBR- Make Your Myth Taker Edition Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham by M.C Beaton ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham is the eight book in this cosy murder mystery series set in the Cotswolds, and maybe my favourite so far. This… Continue reading Wrap-Up: May 2020
Hi, remember me? I kind of disappeared for a while, didn't I. Well, I'm back now. At last I think I am, so I thought we'd have a bit of a catch up before normal posting resumes. Where have I been? Mostly writing my dissertation. Not a very exciting answer I know. But I submitted… Continue reading Coffee and a Catch Up.
I recently saw this on Kay@HammockofBooks' blog, and since I loved both The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King so much, I jumped at the chance of having a go ______________________ Rules You must tag the original creator (Xandra @ Starry Sky Books) Spoilers galore! You should probably read The Cruel Prince first! (You don’t really need to read The Wicked King, but… Continue reading Book Tag: Folk of the Air
I had a great first month of the year in terms of reading, and here is exactly why... Eight White Nights by André Aciman 🌟🌟🌟🌟 For once I'm going to avoid waxing lyrical over how much I love Aciman, and how excited I was to read this book. I'm also going to get the obvious… Continue reading Wrap Up: January 2019
I know that we're half way through the month, but I'm bringing you a super late TBR regardless. Hopefully this is not going to be the standard for the rest of the year! The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King (Folk of the Air#1 & #2) by Holly Black The Wicked King has been one… Continue reading TBR: January 2019