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.
The Mister and I listened to several audiobooks together on our recent travels to New Zealand. We’ve both been fans of Hank Green for some time, and have read several of his brother’s novels so thought it was time we read Hank’s debut book.
If you’re like me and you spend your beach days reading, or you’ve got a summer holiday coming up, today’s post is for you! I’ve got a list of my top five beach reads for you to slip into that beach tote with your towel.
My favourite genre is fantasy. Humans, elves, dwarves, quests and mysterious happenings… The Awakening is your classic adventure fantasy romp.
Hungry Hearts is the debut novel of author Julie Hoag. A young adult romance that tackles some tough mental health issues it’s a departure from my usual reading, but a welcome one.
A Beauty and the Beast retelling, with a dark heart and main character with amazing strength and devotion. Faeries and a dark force that threatens the mortal world. What more could you want from a fantasy read?
If you’re considering journalling this year, I’ve compiled a few prompts to get you started. They’re self-reflective in nature and aimed to give you a head start into this new year that stretches before us! If you have any prompts that you find useful, please feel free to share them in the comments below this post.
I hope you had a very Merry Christmas! Now that the season is over, I think it’s time to do some reflecting on the year as it draws to a close. I did NaNoWriMo for the first time this year! In this post I’m going to be sharing five lessons I learned through the experience.
Today’s book review is a nice quick one, but will hopefully get you in the Christmas spirit! The Nutcracker by Alexandre Dumas.
Have you heard of Jolabokaflod? Or Book Flood? Today we’ll be taking a closer look at the Icelandic Christmas Eve tradition. I first heard of Jolabokaflod from Christine on her fantastic site, the Uncorked Librarian. She did a wonderful post all about Jolabokaflod that you can go and read here. Later on in the postContinue reading “Jolabokaflod: Christmas Eve Book Giving Tradition”