It has been a while since I've had the motivation to blog or even talk about books but I've done some blog modifications today and it has spurred me to try writing some posts again. As it is this time of year, I thought I would start off with the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag.… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020
February is the month for books about books, books about doors, books about missing stories, and books that take me away from reality. They're the fantasies I love reading because they remind me why I love books and reading. They're magic. February is dedicated to three books, two of which I finished, and the third… Continue reading February Wrap Up: My Month of Pure Magical Escapism
Hello! Or bonjour, I should say as I am diving into one of the French-inspired Disney classics for Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books today with The Hunchback of Notre Dame and specifically, God Help The Outcasts, arguably my favourite song from the film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQO4TtmmwNc It's a beautiful track with messages about beating the injustices of everyday society and showing… Continue reading Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books: God Help The Outcasts
We are now a couple of weeks into the new year and round this time my mind starts wondering and thinking about all the new and upcoming releases for this year. Now I have to admit that when I looked at 2020 releases lists, I was not enamoured by 98% of the books. Hardly anything… Continue reading New And Upcoming Releases On My Radar
When I look back over 2019 as a reading year, it is definitely one full of ups and downs. I've had a few months where I've read loads and others where I've read just one or two books. It is definitely a mixed bag. However, in that bag are ten stand-out books I will now… Continue reading Reading Highlights of 2019
Hello! I have a bumper Goodreads Top 100 YA books today to finally round off this series and honestly go out with a bang! Looking at the books for this post, it felt right to combine them because I would end up saying the same damn comments over and over again. It's tiring, repetitive and… Continue reading GR: How Many Top 100 YA Books Have I Read #9 and 10.
Oooh, the countdown is reaching its conclusion and I'm getting excited to see what books will pop up over these last few posts! Getting to this stage there have been books I've loved, books I've hated, books I've not known about, and those I've no interest in reading. Of course that is likely to continue… Continue reading GR – How Many Top 100 YA Books Have I Read? Part 7
Never in my blogging life am I so happy and excited to write and post a reading wrap up because this is the month where I conquered my reading slump and became addicted to a new crime/romantic suspense series! Seriously, I am over the moon! There are quite a few books to get through so… Continue reading May ’19 Reading Wrap-Up.
Stats: Title - The FamiliarsAuthor - Stacey HallsGenre - Adult Historical FictionFormat - HardbackStyle - ProseStandalone/series - StandalonePage count - 416 pagesDate of Publication - 7th February 2019 Warning - there is the possibility of minor spoilers regarding the history of The Pendle Witch Trials. It is 1612 and society is all ablaze with fear.… Continue reading Review: The Familiars
Hello! This time last month, I gushed about my love for retellings and why they hit the spot for me. As there are many retellings out there and some I haven't yet read, I wanted to do a follow up focusing on those books and sharing some pre-read thoughts. I don't really have any other… Continue reading Retellings I Need To Read