Hello, and welcome to my first wrap-up in a long, long time. Have you missed them? It was a very mixed bag this month, and I even gave a book just one star which I have not done in years! *** The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury 🌟🌟🌟 The Martian Chronicles is a collection of short… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: February 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.
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
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
I saw this tag from Norees@NoReadsTooGreat and she had some really great answers, so I thought I would give it a go. The Greatest Show | In Which The Intro Is Amazing Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. The book was okay, but the first chapter was spectacular. A Million Dreams | In Which Things Get A Little Too… Continue reading Tag: The Greatest Showman
It's going to be small haul this month... or the was the plan for this haul anyway, but you know what they say about the best laid plans... I'd Die For You and Other Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald At the very beginning of the month I was still in Paris, and made a… Continue reading Haul: September 2018
I saw a bunch of people doing this tag, particularly Elizabeth@ImaginationInPrint and water to do it. I also did this tag last year, and thought it would be fun to do it again this year, especially now that we're halfway through, or so I thought. I wrote this back when it was July and it got… Continue reading Tag: Mid-Year Book Freak Out
Since I start back at university this month, after a year out, I've been back a forth a lot, deciding weather to put together a full TBR, given that I'll have required reading again, but for now, I'm going to. If I don't read it, I don't read it. What is the theme of the… Continue reading TBR: September 2018