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! I have to say, quite a few of the books in this list don't surprise me at all. They're books nearly everyone seems to love… Continue reading TBR Spotlight: 5 Highest Rated Books On My TBR
Wrap up of the books I've read from May to August.
Hello! It has been a while since I've thrown a spotlight on my TBR and I thought I'd come to you today with a perspective I don't tend to look at in regards to my TBR - those books which have the lowest rating according to Goodreads. I think it's interesting to look at them… Continue reading TBR Spotlight: 5 Lowest Rated Books On My TBR
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 (UK… Continue reading 5 Books I’d Read From My Sister’s Bookshelves.
It sounds as if I'm on a bit of an unhauling books kick at the moment but when I'm going through my TBR and tidying my shelves, I can't help looking at all the books and deciding which ones I don't fancy reading anymore. There are a lot of books to read and not enough… Continue reading Clearing the Shelves: Last Chance Books
Hello! Welcome to a Book Unhaul series I'm calling 'Clearing the Shelves' - simply a nice way of saying I want to get rid of some books in order to have space for new books. I don't have endless shelf space and I want my shelves to represent the reader I am now so some… Continue reading Clearing The Shelves: May Edition
It is a truth universally acknowledged that an original book tag based on my favourite classic deserves an update and re-release on the new blog.
As an Audible user for quite a few years now I've recently decided to sign up for Scribd. Here's my ramble on why I think it might be time for me to change where and how I listen to audiobooks.
My review of The Abbey Mystery by Julia Golding, a fun Middle Grade novel about a young Jane Austen and her detective antics.
Today is my birthday so let's celebrate with the books I love talking about the most in the Birthday Book Tag!