Good morning my loves! Now, I have many many friends that read and loved The Ten Thousand Doors of January, but it was never a book that draw me in. However, when I read the blurb for Alix E Harrow’s latest offering, I knew that I needed to read it,
Good morning my loves! Today is a day I have been looking forward to for several months, maybe even close to a year, and that is the beginning of the blog tour for my lovely friend Alis Hawkins, and the third installment in her Teifi Valley Coroner series, Those Who
Good morning my loves I hope you had a great weekend. After a possible exposure on Friday to the dreaded C word and a test in the afternoon, I’ve spent the weekend in quarantine as a precautionary measure. I actually managed to read 3 books over the weekend as a
Good morning my loves! I hope you’re all doing well at the moment. Today’s post is another of my ‘I’ve been sitting on this review for far too long already and just need to get my backside into gear and post it already’ posts. There’s quite a few that I
Good morning my loves! It’s been a while hasn’t it? I’ve been posting sporadically for a while now but seeing as things appear to be settling down with me, you might see more post from me coming soon. It’ll be lovely to get back into blogging again! Today’s post is
Hello my loves! I hope you are managing this lockdown situation okay. I consider myself to be, not an antisocial person, but someone that certainly enjoys their own company. I thought this being on lockdown would almost be like a break from having to keep up with social norms etc.
Hello my dears. Welcome to my first review on Over My Read Body! I’ve been planning this one for weeks and weeks, trying to come up with a coherent way of reviewing it, when all I wanted to say initially was iasudfrgfbnvlidsjfvnlkjdsfnvlkdjfvnslkjdvnf! American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, in short, has
Good afternoon my loves! This next post is all about the backlist books that I read and loved in 2019. If you’d like to but haven’t checked it out yet here is my best proofs of 2019 post and the best backlist books I read in the year here, along