What I read March 2019 Reading Wrap Up! March is over, we’re officially into the final month of this year’s first quarter - can you believe it? Seems like five minutes ago I was having my worst NYE ever (NYE was not good for me, but I’ll do a separate post on that another time.)… Continue reading What I read // March 2019 Reading Wrap Up!
Grace Falco by Chris Niles A Review. Grace Falco was originally published by Pan Publishing in 2006 and I read the paperback copy which I received a second hand from a friend. I went into this novel with zero expectations, I knew nothing about it and the cover didn’t really strike me enough to make… Continue reading Grace Falco by Chris Niles – A Review.
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik A Review Spinning Silver is a fantasy novel written by Naomi Novik and was originally published by Macmillan Hardcover in 2018. I had heard that this novel took various elements from the tale Rumplestiltskin and was intrigued as to how this was to come about as that particular fairytale… Continue reading Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik – REVIEW
Kiss Me, I’m Irish Tag! Actually, I’m not even remotely Irish nor am I Christian so, ya know, but St Patrick’s day is this Sunday and I wanted to do something to commemorate this day despite not really having anything to do with it – I appreciate that a lot of people do! The Kiss… Continue reading Kiss Me, I’m Irish! Book Tag
Top Five… Fictional Ravenclaws! Happy Wednesday to you! Today’s top five centres around my Hogwarts House – Ravenclaw! Intelligent, witty, creative and analytical, us Ravenclaws are certainly the seekers of knowledge! So, who do I believe embodies these same characteristics from some of my favourite fictional worlds? Let’s find out! Eleanor Oliphant from Eleanor Oliphant… Continue reading Top Five… Fictional Ravenclaws!
The Goodreads Tag Greetings to you, Bookworms! How are you doing? Today I wanted to share another tag with you all – the Goodreads Tag! This tag was originally created by SpiralBookmark over on YouTube, her channel is linked so you can check her out if you like (after you’ve read this post, obviously!)… Continue reading The GoodReads Tag!
Top Five… Science Fiction and Fantasy Creatures! Greetings Bookworms! Today’s Top Five Wednesday is centred around my favourite creatures from Science Fiction and Fantasy. If you wanted to take part in these “Top Five” topics, you can follow THIS LINK to the Goodreads group. There are new topics posted every month, and they make for… Continue reading TOP FIVE: Fictional Beasts!
March 2019 TBR Hurrah! March is here! It’s already lured us Yorkshire dwellers into a false sense of security with brilliant warm sunshine, the arrival of rows of golden daffodils and bright, blue skies – only to snatch it all away a day later and bestow northern winds and icy rain upon us. Thanks, March!… Continue reading What Am I Reading? // March 2019 TBR
They Called Me Wyatt – Natasha Tynes: A Review I was very kindly supplied with the e-book version of this novel in return for an honest review. They Called Me Wyatt is a unique mystery novel which centres around a young Jordanian woman called Siwar who falls to her death on her 25th birthday.… Continue reading They Called Me Wyatt – Natasta Tynes (REVIEW)
Top Five: Fictional Date Locations We’re almost done with February and Valentines is over for another year. This month’s top five posts have all been centred on love/relationships and our final Top Five Wednesday is no different. We’re talking dates and my top 5 fictional locations to get romantic. Let’s go! Rivendell – The… Continue reading TOP FIVE: Fictional Places I’d Take a Date!