Book Review: The Summer We’ve Had

Historical Fiction is a genre I am very enamored with, so naturally reviewing this book, The Silent Chapter: A Heartwarming and Heartbreaking Love Story in Twentieth-Century Britain, was an easy decision to make. The title in itself grabbed my attention; 20th century Britain you say? Yes, please!

Spooky Season Books You Must Read

Coffee, check, comfy sweater, check, and a good book?

Colleen Hoover Ruined Reading Romance

Bookstagram and Booktok have really been pushing CoHo these last few months so I of course had to know what all the fuss is about. Well safe to say I am hooked. If you missed my latest monthly roundup check it out here. Colleen Hoover Ruined Reading Romance for me and I am not mad.Continue reading “Colleen Hoover Ruined Reading Romance”

My April 2022 In Books

And within a blink of an eye, April became May. Where did the time go? It seems pretty crazy how quickly this month has passed me by, but keeping a book journal has helped me realise I spent the time wisely. So here is my april 2022 in books! It has been a month ofContinue reading “My April 2022 In Books”

You Only Live Thrice: The Superpower of Perspective

Wowee am I STOKED to share with you this book. I laughed, I cried, I sympathised. What an utter treasure of a book! From the first chapter be prepared to be hooked by Karl’s writing style and wit. Without further ado, let’s review this fantastic book: You Only Live Thrice: The Superpower of Perspective. ForContinue reading “You Only Live Thrice: The Superpower of Perspective”

The Green Girl and The Serum

Moving on from my usual go-to reads of historical fiction and murder mystery, I am delighted to share this gem of a book. The Green Girl and the Serum is the first book in the series by S. T. L. Armstrong, a wonderful sci-fi young adults series from a creative mind. Stepping back into readingContinue reading “The Green Girl and The Serum”

March 2022 in Books

Spring has sprung! The first glints of buds on trees, flowers bursting with colour, and calves dotting the fields nearby have inspired me to branch out in my genre reading

The Silent Chapter

Historical Fiction is a genre I am very enamored with, so naturally reviewing this book, The Silent Chapter: A Heartwarming and Heartbreaking Love Story in Twentieth-Century Britain, was an easy decision to make. The title in itself grabbed my attention; 20th century Britain you say? Yes, please!

February 2022 in Books

February may be the shortest month, but that does not mean I am short on my reading list! This month I have been able to have some great reading opportunities that of course, I will be sharing with you below. Onto my February 2022 in Books. My to-read list has grown exponentially, thank you forContinue reading “February 2022 in Books”

January 2022 in Books

Looking at the rundown of my 2021 in books, the main genres were Murder Mystery and Historical Fiction. This year I would like to break out of that trend, if you have any suggestions then please comment below!

2020 in Books! Another Long Review

As I failed the 52 books in 52 weeks challenge last year, I decided with my new 2020 vision, I have no excuse to fail. The year kicked off to a fiery start with the consumption of books…And well we know how 2020 went after March… Safe to say I did better this year, readingContinue reading “2020 in Books! Another Long Review”

Book Review: Mime by Chrissey Harrison

Thank you to everyone who linked me their books. My first read off this long list of the twitter writing community, is a supernatural, detective horror by Chrissey Harrison, Mime.

Book Review: Midnight Vigilante

Since my long review last year I have definitely gone on to read more books and my count for 2020 is well over 30 now and well I’d like to share some of the smaller authors on separate posts. (Please go check them out on social media!) *** The Thriller genre is usually characterised andContinue reading “Book Review: Midnight Vigilante”

2019 in Books! (A very long review)

I tried to read a book a week for year…. here is what I read.