Not knowing what other posts to write in between my normal blogging features, I was scouring Blogtober posts for inspiration and came across this idea over on Library Looter. I think they were actually in charge for providing prompts for Blogtober, and I wish I could have come across it a few weeks ago because… Continue reading What Were You Reading This Time Last Year?
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. Welcome to what is me wincing and feeling excited all at the same time because there are too many great looking and sounding books coming out in the next few months. To say I'm hyped for all of them is quite an understatement. I'm squealing! As there are quite a few books to get… Continue reading January to April Pre-Orders.
Hello! I have an odd post today because it is a TBR post and I don't usually do these! The main reason being that I am a mood reader through and through and I cannot stick to TBRs. That's just the way it is. However I do have a TBR the length of my arm… Continue reading My Witch To-Be Read Pile
The only thing to do when you have zero motivation to write, already finished cramming books onto a full bookshelf, and can't focus on much else due to a headache, is walk down to the village library and be engulfed in all the fictional magic just waiting to be awoken. The Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Historical Fiction… Continue reading Library Pick #1: The Lost Book of Salem
Does anyone else feel that February seems to pass quickly compared to quite a lot of months, and not just because it is the shortest month of the year? It's crazy! I don't think it helps that Easter is super early this year, because then mine and my sister's birthdays will only be around the… Continue reading February Reads