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”
It’s December! Which means for many of us, Christmas is not too far away. If you’re thinking hard about what to buy the book lover in your life (instead of another book) check out today’s list of gift ideas. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, hopefully this post is useful to revisit for a birthday orContinue reading “Bookish Gifts for Book Lovers”
A lyrical tale exploring Norse mythology and the depths of the love of sisters, The Weight Of A Soul is a fascinating and beautiful story that leaves you wanting more. Full review available at the link below!
Reading has got to be one of the cheapest ways to travel, no flights, or accomodation, you don’t even have to leave the couch! So enjoy today’s post and get some inspiration for your next bookish adventure.
A cult classic movie and a fantastic book, Goldman’s version of The Princess Bride is charmingly funny, romantic and action packed!
Have you ever lent someone a book? Borrowed a book? I would expect that you would have! (Unless you’ve got good reasons not to, which I’d love to hear about in the comments section) Whether it’s from your personal library or the state funded one, borrowing books is something that is fairly normal.
Alas, social blunders are often made when books are borrowed. Now, I don’t think anyone makes these blunders on purpose (at least I hope not) they just happen! In today’s post I thought some discussion about the proper etiquette when borrowing books could be beneficial to us all!
A deeply horrifying, yet beautiful written story of a couple’s survival of the holocaust. This book moved me to tears and is important for us all to read.
For today’s post I wanted to share something a little different! A recent blog post I wrote for one of my clients: Plum Deluxe. Today’s post is Books and Brews, a list of literary characters who enjoy a cup of tea.
A twisty game of cat and mouse where a detective trapped in the bodies of the suspects must work hard to solve the question haunting this book – Who kills Evelyn Hardcastle? This book is truly a masterpiece. I discovered it from a recommendation given to me by @prettynovel on Instagram. I was intrigued byContinue reading “The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton”