As a result of the dreaded C-word, I’ll be staying indoors likely for the next few weeks, and so I rushed out to Waterstones and picked up four books to keep me going. Find out which books I chose.
The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste You can read my full review for this book from last Blogtober here, but I couldn't write this post without giving this book a mention. This was the perfect book to read in the Halloween season, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who loves a crime /… Continue reading October Reading Recommendations
‘When the Curtain Falls’ is Carrie Hope Fletcher’s third fiction book, and the second of her books I’ve read. Set in both the present day and 1952, this was an intriguing plot! Find out what I thought.
On today's episode of "Things I Probably Shouldn't have Bought but Did Anyway", I am bringing you an accidental book haul made up of five books I purchased over the past couple of weeks on my many trips to Tesco! Keep reading to see what I chose.
'The Hate U Give' by Angie Thomas is the perfect resource to educate young minds on real life problems. Here's why everyone should read this book...
It's been a long month, but that means there's been so many things to love! Here's a few of the things I've been loving this January.
Wondering why things have been quiet on my blog lately? This may (kind of) give you an answer!
Reading books is perfect during the Autumn season. What could be better than cosying up indoors in pyjamas, under blankets, with a hot cup of tea and a book? Not much!
Over the last year or so, I well and truly fell deep into a reading slump. As someone who has adored books and reading from such a young age, it's honestly heartbreaking to lose motivation and love for something that has been such a big part of my life. Here's some things that help me get out of my reading slumps!
The Bone Keeper's coming. The Bone Keeper's real. He doesn't stop. He doesn't feel. He'll snatch you up. And make you weep. He'll slice your flesh. Your bones he'll keep.