My favourite time of the day is settling down after bath time to read a story for my children before they go to bed. My favourite kind of books to read to them are those that are jolly, fun to read and that contain a message within the text. As a Mum, I probably spend … Continue reading Slow, Slow Sedrick by Katie Budge
After the seemingly endless month of January, I cannot believe how fast February has zoomed by! Personally, it's been a bit of a mixed bag. Starting to look beyond my university bubble and thinking about what I'm going to do afterwards has led to a monster downwards spiral in terms of confidence in my own … Continue reading February Round-Up
I'm starting 2019 as I mean to go on, and that means a monthly round up, posted some time before the next, next month starts! January has been a phenomenal reading month for me. I've burned through the pages like a reading demon possessed and that is thanks to the wonderful books I've read....(to be … Continue reading January Round Up!
I shall start by being perfectly honest - a crime/fantasy novel is not something I would ordinarily read. However, when I read the synopsis for Fallible Justice there was something in it that sang to me, and I knew that I had to read it! The author, Laura Laakso has created an entirely different reality in … Continue reading Fallible Justice by Laura Laakso
I am absolutely delighted to be taking part in this blog tour today for the wonderful Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer. My thanks to Anne Cater for arranging the tour and for asking me to be a part of it. Lexie is living the perfect life. She has a great job, a … Continue reading Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer
Hi! I'm delighted to be hosting the blog tour today for His American Classic by GJ Morgan! His American Classic is the first of two novels which focus on the lives of Tom, a British man living and working in Los Angeles as a Tour Guide, and Lilly, a Hollywood film actress. Both novels are … Continue reading His American Classic by GJ Morgan
It has been a very long time since a book has held me as enthralled as VOX has done over the last 48 hours. I feel as if I've been on a rollercoaster and as I sit here typing, my emotions are all over the place. It is a novel that is going to stay … Continue reading VOX by Christina Dalcher
This is a bit of an overview of the books I've reviewed throughout July (and as I only started my blog in the last week of June, I'll tag that on to this too!). Blog wise, I'm absolutely loving the book community. Everyone has been so lovely, so welcoming and I really feel 'at home'. … Continue reading July in Review