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.
Todays’ post is a round up of different ways that book lovers around the world arrange their shelves. Perhaps you’ll recognise your own strategy in here! Or be inspire to try something new…
Author Sarah J. Maas’ new book House of Earth and Blood has just released to much excitement from many. Before we get into the new book, let’s look back at where the New York Times’ bestselling author started, with a review of Throne of Glass.
He’s The Boy Who Lived, but also the boy most people have at least heard of. Harry Potter is a global sensation and has been now for just over twenty years. But will the boy with the lightening bolt scar remain so?
A historical fiction with an inspiring woman at the heart of the story. Uplifting and entertaining, but does it just fall short? No spoilers here! However, there is a discount code at the end of the post for Once Upon a Book Club.
The Mister and I had a recent trip to the South Island of New Zealand AKA Middle Earth for Lord of The Rings fans out there.
In this post I’ll be sharing a few of the highlights of our trip and what we read while we were away. Enjoy!
Today’s post offers you five love-ly (sorry couldn’t help myself) reads to snuggle up with this Valentines! These books focus on romantic love, but also the love of friendship and family. Enjoy those warm fuzzy feelings, they’re coming up ahead.