A Kind of Paradise: A Review

This is a book that I hadn't heard anything about but one that I picked up on a whim after spotting the cover. We went to Bath around Christmas time and I got to visit Mr B's Book Emporium for the first time (new favourite book shop - it's gorgeous!!!!!!) Whilst we were there, I spotted this… Continue reading A Kind of Paradise: A Review

20 Books I Want To Read In 2020

I love a list post, and what better list to do than the 20 books I want to try and read this year. This is a list of both books I have had on my shelves for a while and books that are due for release this year. There are so many books coming out… Continue reading 20 Books I Want To Read In 2020

May Reading Wrap Up

Another month gone! May flew by and some exciting things have happened, but I think it's been my best reading month for a long time! I don't know if I'll have as much time to read next month as I'm moving into my first flat (yay!) so audiobooks will probably be the majority of my… Continue reading May Reading Wrap Up

The “multiple mini book reviews” book review post

As the title suggests, this is going to be a review post. This is however, an accumulation of mini reviews for three of the books I've read recently. I read all three of them in quite a short space of time, so I thought that I'd just put them all in to one post (mostly… Continue reading The “multiple mini book reviews” book review post

The Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

I was tagged by the wonderful Siobhan from Siobhan's Novelties to do the Seven Deadly Sins Tag! WRATH | What author do you have a love/hate relationship with? The first author's name that came to mind was Patrick Ness. About 10 years ago, I tried reading the¬†Chaos Walking¬†trilogy and really didn't enjoy it. I don't… Continue reading The Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

Bookworm: A Review

Bookworm: A Memoir of Childhood Reading;  a book that piqued my interest from the minute I knew of its existence. I first came across this book on the Kindle store, I downloaded the sample chapters, and I loved the idea of it. This book is Lucy Mangan's memoir of her own childhood reading, a love letter… Continue reading Bookworm: A Review