Often when we think of biography we think of the rich and famous. But biographies can be a meaningful way for people to leave a lasting legacy for loved ones. If you’ve been thinking of beginning a biography project, here are a few helpful tips for navigating your biography project.
Squad 312 is back! In the action packed intersteller adventure Aurora Burning. If you haven’t already added this book to
Stuck in lockdown and thinking of clearing things out? Bookcases groaning under the weight of tomes both loved and…not? It may be time to look at weeding your books. Today’s post offers some top tips from the experts when it comes to moving on books.
Filled with dark fantasy, morally grey characters and beautiful storytelling Last Memoria is one to add to your ‘To Be Read’ pile.
You’ve probably heard it before out of the lips of some well-meaning bookworm: “The book was better”. But is it always? Today we’re talking Pride and Prejudice.
At the moment, staying home is one of the best things we can do to protect public health. However, if you find yourself missing your local bookstore The Diary of A Bookseller by Shaun Bythell is the next best thing.
With the Coronavirus pandemic changing how we currently live our lives, many of us find ourselves spending more time at home than ever. Today’s post will give you some productivity hacks to make the most out of your work from home.
If Hermione was your favourite character from Harry Potter you’ve got to check out Sorcery Of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.
Perhaps you’ve heard of book reading subscriptions, book boxes or book subscriptions and you think they sound cool. But are book subscriptions good value for money?
Sarah J Maas’ latest novel, her first adult fiction, released to much excitement from fans. Myself included. Today’s review, as always, is spoiler free so don’t worry if you haven’t started, or finished the book.