If there is one thing I’ve noticed over the last few years, it is the effort that goes into cover design. They become more intricately designed by the day and it makes books become collector’s items more than those to be read and loved. Through this post, I want to share with you five bookContinue reading “12 Days of Blogmas: 5 Favourite Covers of 2021”
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.
We’re up to the last couple of days of Blogmas and it is time for the most important book stat posts of the year – the books I DNFed, and my favourite books. I always leave the very best until last so that means it is time for the DNFs. My reading was very upContinue reading “Blogmas Day 24: Books I DNFed This Year”
We are nearing the end of Blogmas and it feels right to start rounding it off with the End of Year Book Survey.
One tradition that has become a staple over the years is crowding round the television on Christmas Day, watching a one-off special episode of our favourite mainstream programmes. Some of our beloved programmes have even become famous for them.
Hello and welcome to Blogmas Day 21. Today is the shortest day of the year, marking the first official day of Winter and there is no better way of marking this in Blogmas than highlighting some books on my shelves, both read and unread, that have wintery settings.
Hello and welcome back to Blogmas. For today’s post I want to share some thoughts about a book that has now become a festive favourite – Letters from Father Christmas by J.R.R.Tolkien
Hello. I am back with another tag post and this time it is the End of the Year Book Tag. Thankfully it has quite a few different questions and prompts to the ‘End of the Year survey” planned and scheduled in a week’s time so things won’t hopefully be too repetitive.
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 everyone and welcome back to Blogmas! Today’s post is part challenge, part showing sharing the books on my shelves and particularly those with festive looking covers. Most of them, if not all, are picked based on their colour so red, white, gold, green, silver, white, icy blue… colours we associate with Christmas and Winter.