Hello! We are now in the transition period between Spring and Summer, and if there is one thing that strikes me at this time in the reading year, it is the change in my reading mood. I want books that are relaxing, that can be read in one sitting, or that evoke the freshness andContinue reading “Genres I Gravitate to During Late Spring and Summer”
Hello! We in the UK are currently experiencing a four-day weekend, celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and I can’t think of a better list post than one which highlights books centred around royalty or has characters that are part of a monarchy.
Hello! It has been a while since I last did a reading round-up, or even a regular blog post for that matter, so it is time for another one.
Hello! It has been a good while since I’ve had any true desire and motivation to blog again but after spending the majority of the weekend tweaking layouts, headers and thinking about what drew me to blogging in the first place, I’m now starting to feel the slump disappearing. It will probably be a whileContinue reading “What I’ve Read Lately: A Surprise Adult Contemporary Wrap Up”
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.
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.
I know I’ve been a little heavy on the “list” posts recently but here comes another one – my pre-orders and anticipated releases for this next half of the year. I actually didn’t think I was getting excited about a lot of book releases but there have been some books recently that I’ve either hadContinue reading “Books I’ve Recently Pre-Ordered and/or Added to the Wishlist”
It was my birthday earlier this week, which ended up not being the greatest day for a couple of reasons, but I did receive some books from my wishlist courtesy of my sister and some Twitter people which was really nice and cheered me up for a little bit.
My review and thoughts about the latest Victoria Hislop book, One August Night, a sequel to The Island.
Hello! Or bonjour, I should say as I am diving into one of the French-inspired Disney classics for Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books today with The Hunchback of Notre Dame and specifically, God Help The Outcasts, arguably my favourite song from the film.