Book Recommendations: Highest Rated on Goodreads

Previously: Nightingale Point Review| Coming Soon: Women's Prize Longlist Today we're going to be looking at my highest rated books on GoodReads and seeing if I agree with those ratings. To get a nice variety I will only be taking one book from a single author. *** Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson GoodReads Rating:… Continue reading Book Recommendations: Highest Rated on Goodreads

Book Review- Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Previously- Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities|Coming Soon- Nightingale Point Book Review I’m sure everyone knows what this book is by now, given that it has been one of the most anticipated releases since it was first announced. But, just in case you don’t know, House of Earth and Blood is the first… Continue reading Book Review- Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Reading Wrap-Up: March 2020

I don't think I'm exagerating when I say that this has been one of the weirdest months to date. On a lighter note, the current climate is perfect reading conditions. I read eighteen books this month which is a lot, even for me! *** Books I Read: Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist by M.C… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: March 2020

TBR: March 2020

Happy March! I do have an excuse for the lateness of this TBR and it's because two of my books had not arrived. You probably already know which books I'm talking about because they are both huge March releases. This TBR is also in addition to my Women's Prize TBR which is library loan dependant, and as… Continue reading TBR: March 2020

A Year in Books; 2018

You know the drill by now. Pick your favourite book you read each month of the year. New reads only (no re-reads!). Have fun! Honourable mentions: Lincoln in the Bardo, Court of Owls, Crazy Rich Asians, Kingdom of Ash, Civil War: Captain America January: The Cruel Prince I kicked off the year with one of… Continue reading A Year in Books; 2018

Wrap-Up: November 2018

There's something about November than just does not bode well for me in terms of reading, however, these are the book that I managed to finish. Catwoman: Soulstealer (DC Icons) by Sarah J. Maas🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟Soulstealer follows a young Selina Kyle as she arrives in Gotham, freshly trained, and re-invents herself as socialite by day and cat-burglar by… Continue reading Wrap-Up: November 2018

Haul: November 2018

I got a fair few book this month, even though I didn't have much time to read, so let's get started...  The Future by Neil Hilborn I kicked off November by going to see Neil's Cardiff tour stop. My friend and I went to the Bristol event last year, and I've been holing off getting… Continue reading Haul: November 2018

Book Tag: Emojis

I saw Michelle@ChellesBookRamblings, and thought it was short but sweet so decided to do it too. Rules: The rules for this tag are simple; pick five emoji’s (I'm going to pick the ones I se most often) and then pick five books that fit them. The Tag: 😂 [Laughing Crying Face]: Deadpool Does Shakespeare It's Deadpool… Continue reading Book Tag: Emojis

TBR: November 2018

We're drawing nearer to the end of the year, I'm getting busier, and my TBRs are getting smaller... sort of.   Catwoman: Soulstealer (DC Icons) by Sarah J. Maas This is the only SJM book I haven't read, and I figures we might as well get a clean sweep before the Kingdom of Ash event… Continue reading TBR: November 2018

Wrap-Up: October 2018

So, where did October go? This month has absolutely flown by, and apparently I managed to do some reading...   Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella 🌟🌟🌟 I was still on a bit of a Romance kick and since this has been sitting unread for a while it seemed like the perfect time… Continue reading Wrap-Up: October 2018