Why it’s ok to want to be alone…

Bit of a different post tonight guys. I've been to a party for my grandma's 80th and we're not staying at home, unfortunately I forgot to bring a book with me and I'm suffering my usual nighttime insomnia. So it made sense to finally write this post as it's one I've been wanting to write … Continue reading Why it’s ok to want to be alone…

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Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popović. Review

My copy of this book was received as part of my August 2017 Fairyloot subscription and as such it has a signed bookplate, making it even more precious. I also love the cover of this book and it is definitely one of the most beautiful covers of 2017. Title: Wicked Like a Wildfire Author: Lana … Continue reading Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popović. Review

March Interview – Mike Wells 

This month I caught up with Mike Wells author of (among many) the Lust, Money and Murder series. You can get book 1 here: http://ow.ly/zarI308OMCv What was your background and how did you get into writing?  My background is in engineering—I have a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. As I was finishing that, I started my … Continue reading March Interview – Mike Wells 

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Review 

The first thing I have to say about this book is that is is hilarious! Like really the funniest book I've read in ages. For example; "Whats so bad about being drunk?" "Go ask a glass of water" is probably the best thing I've ever read. I laughed for much longer than was really necessary and … Continue reading The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Review 

The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton. Review 

My regular readers will know how much I love Kate Morton's novels. There's just something delicious about them. The type of novels that remind me why I love reading, books that you can sink into like your favourite armchair. The Secret Keeper was no different.  Like her other novels, The Secret Keeper is a time … Continue reading The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton. Review 

Reading Challenge 2017 week 6 

Week 6 is my favourite male author. It was a toughy but I reverted back to my childhood and revelled in the delights of the world of The Old Kingdom in Garth Nix's amazing books Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen and Clariel.  The first in The Old Kingdom series; Sabriel is quite frankly an amazing book and Garth Nix … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2017 week 6