House Cup Reading Challenge: Mid-Way Update

Good morning my loveliest readers! Today I bring you my mid-way wrap-up of the books that I have read for the House Cup Reading Challenge! I ran a poll on Twitter asking whether you’d prefer individual reviews for selected books or mini reviews for everything that I’ve read and almost everyone said a mini review post,… Read More

Top Tuesday: Books I Read On Holiday

Morning my loves. Today I’m going to be giving you 3 mini reviews of the best books I read while I was on jollying in Spain at the beginning of the month. I read a total of 7 books while I was away for a week and the following books are my favourite of the… Read More

Review: The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James

I’d been wanting to read this little beauty since it’s release and then I was lucky enough to win a giveaway run by the lovely Jenn and found myself in possession of a SIGNED copy. Talk about luck! Well, a little bit of luck at a bad time as the day I received the book I had… Read More

Top Tuesday: Summer Reads

Well hello there! So glad you’ve popped over for a little look! Today I am chatting about the top 5 books I have read during the summer months, all of which are either 4 or 5 stars and all of them I would absolutely recommend to others. “I lived in books more than I lived… Read More

Review: the princess saves herself in this one by Amanda Lovelace

So, I made a vow at the beginning of last year that I would try to read more poetry. As someone that studied English only as far as A Level, I had not enjoyed the poetry that had been ‘forced’ on me as a teenager and as soon as I left school reading poetry was… Read More

Double Review: Eileen Cook

Eileen Cook was an author I had actually never heard of until her latest release, With Malice, started making it’s rounds in the blogosphere. At the time all of the buzz I found myself in a bit of a reading slump. What I need was a book that wasn’t too long, something that was fast-paced… Read More

Review: Underground by Haruki Murakami

Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche by Haruki Murakami translated by Alfred Birnbaum and Philip Gabriel. March 20th 1995 changed the lives of thousands of Japanese people, forever. This review will be different from most others you will see on my blog. It will be much less a critical review of the… Read More