This I remember saying in December that my next wrap up would be at the end of January 2019 and here we are. I read nine books this month, so somehow I’m now three books ahead of my Goodreads reading challenge. Three whole books. Everyone remember this moment, because once I fall behind (and I… Continue reading January 2019 Wrap Up // A blogging event, a new blog series, and lots of reading
Wondering which book to pick up off your shelves over Christmas, or looking for a new read to treat yourself to? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Answer each of the questions in the quiz, making note of whether you answer more of a/b/c/d/e, and by the end you’ll have a recommendation based on what… Continue reading Quiz: Which YA book should you read over Christmas?
Today I’m excited to share my review for the Vicious Rumer blog tour. This book is an enigmatic thriller about a girl running from her past, a curse, and a mobster, and I’d definitely recommend it for readers into murder mysteries and crime thrillers. I’m slightly late with my post, as my original spot on… Continue reading Blog Tour: Book review – Vicious Rumer
The Friday 56 is a weekly blog meme hosted by Freda’s Voice. The idea is to share an excerpt from a book you’ve been reading every Friday, to promote the book or simply just to showcase your current read! Rules: *Grab a book, any book. *Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader (If you… Continue reading The Friday 56: Vicious Rumer
Hey lovelies, I was tagged by the wonderful Bex @Myshelfandmyself to do this tag, and I’ve seen it doing the rounds so I’m excited to finally be taking part. Thanks for thinking of me Bex! 1. Best book you’ve read so far in 2017? Wow, way to start with the hardest question. I’m supposed to… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag
Author: M. Jonathan Lee Pages: 294 Edition: Paperback Publication date: 27th July 2017 Read: 12th June – 15th June 2017 Rating: TWs: Abuse and PTSD. *Thanks to the publishers, Hideaway Fall, for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.* ‘Family curses don’t exist. Sure, some families seem to suffer more pain than others, but… Continue reading ARC review: Broken Branches by M. Jonathan Lee
Author: Nora Sakavic Pages: 237 Genre: Contemporary, Sports, Thriller Publication Date: 15th January 2013 Read: April 4th – April 14th Rating: Hope was a dangerous, disquieting thing, but he thought perhaps he liked it. (TW for mentions of slurs and abuse.) Neil is on the run from his murderous father, never staying in one place… Continue reading Book review: The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic