I’m back with a book haul! Come and have a look at the books I bought, received through pre-orders and had in a surprise A Box of Stories book box.
My review of Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi, a unique adult mystery novel full of twists and commentary on the components of a murder mystery.
Hello! I’m back today with a TAG I came across on Kira Jeanette‘s blog – a spooky variation of the “Would You Rather/This or That” kind of tag that is absolutely perfect for October and Halloween. It was originally created by The Book Pusher on YouTube so go and check out both posts/videos.
Back in April, I discussed and went through the pros and cons I personally felt in regards to Audible and Scribd as audiobook providers. I was getting frustrated with Audible over a couple of issues and at the end of all that I came to the conclusion that Scribd would be the better service forContinue reading “A Return to the Audible vs Scribd Discussion: What Are My Opinions Now?”
Autumn is now in full swing and over the last couple of weeks or so, I’ve seen a few Autumn TBRs floating around the blogosphere. Now, we know by now on here that I am not really a TBR person. I have to let my mood dictate what I read. However, at this time ofContinue reading “Scouring the Shelves: Autumn Reads”
For those of us who read and re-read books, there’s always a hope that we can re-read books from our childhood and revisit what made them special for us. The thing is, we are constantly changing as readers and the books we loved as children and teenagers, might not be ones we’d reach for asContinue reading “Do our childhood books live up to re-reading today?”
Book Information Series: StandaloneGenre: Fiction | Historical Romance | MysteryAudience: AdultLength: 352 pagesFormat: PaperbackPublished: March 2020 by Pan Macmillan Purchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Wordery | Book DepositoryJane Healey – Website | Twitter | Goodreads Physical copy of the book is mine and all thoughts are my own. All links provided are non-affiliate.
No, this isn’t a December book tag being written and published early, despite the fact when I last did this tag it was December. This time I’m doing it at the right time of the year which, looking at some of the questions, is around the start of Autumn. It was created by Ariel BissettContinue reading “A Very Autumnal End of the Year Book Tag”
Last month I shed a spotlight on the lowest rated books on my TBR and it only feels right that I should do the same for the highest rated books!
Wrap up of the books I’ve read from May to August.