Looking for something sweet, short and nostalgic? Artist, author and illustrator, Sally Nansen’s The Kitchen Tales is worth a read!
Looking for a quiet, contemplative read? My Salinger Year is a beautiful memoir to appeal to the reflective literature lover in us all.
Kate Quinn’s latest novel The Rose Code brings the history of Bletchley Park to life with memorable characters, and secrets waiting to be unfurled. Historical fiction lovers, this one is for you!
Today on the blog we’re chatting about one of the latest Netflix book adaptations. Shadow and Bone. If you’re considering picking up the series, or wondering if you need to have read the books to watch the show, read on!
Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant was published in January 2021, and if you haven’t picked up this YA contemporary romance. You’re missing out.
It’s the book that sent the book community of Instagram into meltdown over the last few weeks. Today I’ll be offering up a spoiler-free review for A Court of Silver Flames.
Today’s book review is a little bit different. As some of you may know, The Lord of The Rings has been one of my bucket-list books. I started it in January of 2020, and little did I know, this would be the year I needed to read this book.
Anxious People offers uncanny insight into what it means to be an anxious human. A must read for 2020.
From the author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz comes Cilka’s Journey. The much anticipated sequel, a testament to human survival.
A timely, young adult romance that examines religion, race and fitting in. In The Neighborhood of True is a beautiful and thought-provoking read.