Today’s book review is Aurora Rising by Aime Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. A sci-fi young adult novel it’s action packed and truly enjoyable! If you’re looking for reasons to check out this book, today’s post will give you fiv
Ever feel like there’s so many books to read but you just don’t have the time in your life to read? Yep me too. Maybe the last time you read a book is a distant memory but you really miss reading. Perhaps you’ve never been a reader, but you wish you were. Today’s post will hopefully give you some reading tips on how to build your reading habit!
This book is wonderful. A heartbreaking, and complex romance novel set in World War Two in German occupied Poland. Two sisters must learn what love and loyalty is in the face of extreme danger. Read on for a full review!
Hello there, If you’re from my part of the world winter is almost over! Which means goodbye to sniffly noses and cold toes. Hello Spring! But before we farewell the cold months, I wanted to share about some of my winter adventures. Read on if you like weekends away, bookstores and books! (That’s all of us right?)
For this weeks review I’m talking about A Crown of Coral and Pearl. In a society where beauty determines worth two girls who refuse to let the world tell them who they are and what they can do.
A few weeks ago you may recall I posted a book review of 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons. The book has now been published as of this week! To celebrate the publication of 100 Days of Sunlight I am excited to interview the author of this delightful book on the blog today – Abbie Emmons.
Sci-fi and Young Adult fans listen up, this review is for you! I’m a bit late to the party in reviewing the Illuminae files series as it’s been around for a couple of years now. I had put off reading this book because a flick through the pages in the store gave me the impression this book was a bit unusual and I was right… but in the best way possible.
One of my reading goals for this year is to spend more time reading poetry! So far I’ve delved into the likes of Sylvia Plath, Whittier and Lord Tennyson. While you may not be a fan of poetry yourself, here are three reasons why poetry is important as a literary form.
Today on the blog I’ll be reviewing the detective novel Murder Must Advertise by Dorothy L. Sayers. An enigmatic detective, a death under curious circumstances and an entertaining insight into the advertising industry of the early 20th century this book has everything it needs to be a classic.
Today it’s all about Dragons! I’ll be reviewing Dragonslayer by Duncan M. Hamilton. Thanks to Tor publishing for the ARC copy of this one.