Hello, I’m back with another round up of my quarantine reads. We have now reached the end of our isolation and can now go on one state-mandated walk per day!!!! (YAY) I’ve recently decided to take a little break from PhD work for a couple of days and have subsequently read quite a lot (also… Continue reading Quarantine Reads #2: LOL-fails, immersive fantasy + a harrowing tale
Hi everyone! It’s a horrible and worrying time worldwide, what with the spread of COVID-19. I’m currently in quarantine, and with so much time on my hands and the inability to leave my tiny flat, I decided to compile a list. As an aspiring author, I cannot imagine going through all it takes to write… Continue reading UK Middle Grade Book Releases: April, May, June
Hello everyone! I’m sure by now you’ve heard of COVID-19 and are more likely than not changing your everyday life to try and stem the tide of the virus and keep as many people healthy as is possible. I for one am currently in isolation. My fiancé came down with symptoms of corona and as… Continue reading Quarantine Reads #1: Historical Non-Fic, Middle Grade Mystery AND THE CUTEST FICTIONAL DOG!
I know I know, it’s been YEARS since I did a TBR post. I can’t quite remember why I stopped doing them–maybe because I put too much pressure on myself to actually complete the books I aimed to read–but I’m starting up again. Why? Well reader, I am in a MA-HOOSIVE book slump. I have… Continue reading February TBR
1 // Finish the Miss Marple series by Agatha Christie and start on Hercule Poirot I have been slowly (and I mean V slowly) working my way through the marvellous Miss Marple series by everyone’s favourite crime Queen, Agatha Christie. I ADORE Jane Marple, Christie’s mysteries are always tightly plotted and full of twists I… Continue reading 2020 Bookish Goals
Can you believe we’re at the end of the year? 2019 has flown by (I swear I say that every year) and I’ve read a lot of great books. Here are my favourites: 1. Top Marks For Murder by Robin Stevens Daisy and Hazel are finally back at Deepdean, and the school is preparing for… Continue reading My Favourite Books of 2019
This was the PERFECT read to get me out of my post-election huff–it’s a charmingly written book with fantastic mythology that also speaks movingly about environmental issues. An epic adventure with big feet and an even bigger heart! Ella is in the Himalayas with her uncle searching for yeti. But what seems like the adventure… Continue reading Review: The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason