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
February 2019 Reading Wrap Up! February 2019 has been a great month, it’s been enlightening and it’s encouraged me to come to terms with a few things for the better. Mostly I’ve started to realise what serves to propel me forwards and help me to accomplish my dreams, and also what doesn’t – people, hobbies… Continue reading What I read: February 2019 Wrap Up
January 2019 Wrap Up Good day to you bookworms! Here we are, already saying our goodbyes to the first month of the year! January has been an odd month for me – as far as personal goals go I’m doing pretty well, there’s still room for improvement but I think that’s always a good thing.… Continue reading What I read // JANUARY 2019 WRAP UP!
Darkness on the Edge of Town – Brian Keene. A Review. Darkness on the Edge of Town is a horror novel written by author Brian Keene which was published back in 2008 by Leisure Books. Set in a town named Walden, Virginia, it tells the tale of residents who wake up one morning to… Continue reading Darkness on the Edge of Town – Review
Top 5 books of 2018 Last week I shared my least favourite books of 2018 – it’s not easy to slate the works of other people, after all, they’ve devoted so much of their time and effort to a novel which is published and then read by thousands if not millions of people from around… Continue reading TOP FIVE BOOKS OF 2018
October 2018 Reading Wrap Up Watch the video version of this post here Good day to you Bookworms! I hope October has been kind to you, I’ve had a weird one, not going to lie! I’ve always had an incredibly vivid dream life, ever since I was little but this past month it’s been… Continue reading What I read // October Wrap Up!
You can find the video version of this tag here. I thought it might be fun to do a tag which I've seen being shared around the booktubing community just recently - this is the meme tag, a set of questions which each coincide with a different popular meme, should be interesting! 1. Crying Kim… Continue reading The Meme Book Tag
A Court of Frost and Starlight - A Review. You can find a video of me babbling about this book here I've literally just put down this novella and made myself a nice cup of coffee because I feel like I definitely need it. Suffice to say, I was not blown away in the slightest… Continue reading A Court of Frost and Starlight: A Review
Across the Fourwinds – A review At the end of last year, I was lucky enough to be approached by authors Shane Trusz and Darryl Frayne and asked to review their debut novel, Across the Fourwinds. This book is an epic YA fantasy novel with a fast-paced and enticing storyline as well as a rich… Continue reading Across the Fourwinds – A Book Review
Forest of a Thousand Lanterns - Julie C Dao. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is a dark and powerfully compelling retelling of Snow White’s Evil Queen. “Xifeng tilted her face, a pale moon in the evening of the water. She felt like a goddess in the shimmering light. She was a poem come to life,… Continue reading Forest of a Thousand Lanterns – Review