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!
If there is one thing I now like about my sister being a reader, it is that there is another bookcase to peruse and raid when I’m looking for something different to read and I’m not in the mood for my own books. It’s also nice as all her books are primarily Middle Grades (UKContinue reading “5 Books I’d Read From My Sister’s Bookshelves.”
Hello. As most of us were aware, yesterday was Valentine’s Day. As a singleton it is simply another normal day for me, but it is a good feature day in which to talk about something that can make or break a book for me – character romances.
It is the last day of Blogmas and if there any post I would want to wrap it up, it is my favourite books of 2020. I have a lot of books I’ve enjoyed reading but there are five books in particular that have really stood out to be the best books of the year.
Hello and welcome back to Top 5 Wednesday, the top 5 feature whereby I pick five books or book related things based on a particular topic. I’m still coming up with my own or past/future topic ideas and the one I fancied working on for today’s post is Books in Translation.
Hello and welcome back to Top 5 Wednesday. The one day of the week where I pick 5 books based on a particular topic. I’m not loving the remaining November topics so I’ve decided to do my own post and today’s is book series I want to re-read.
Today’s Top Five Wednesday topic for Non-Fiction books could not come on a more perfect and poignant day – Armistice Day. The marking of the official end of World War One on the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th hour.