Slaying my TBR: Godsgrave, The 13th Reality – Journal of Curious Letters, Our Chemical Hearts

This week, I promised myself a week of reading only ARCs / proofs and catching up on my Netgalley requests. Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff What else did you think I was going to pick up after finishing Nevernight? Godsgrave's opening line "Nothing stinks quite like a corpse" shows us we're in for more of the... Continue Reading →


Disney Book Tag

I was tagged to do this by Amy from Golden Books Girl, so thanks Amy for the tag! I feel like I've answered a lot of tags with books I've read this year, so I set myself the challenge of answering this using only books that I read in 2016, which turned out to be... Continue Reading →

Fire Lines: Blog Tour

Synopsis: When your blood line awakens, how do you choose between family and freedom? Émi’s father used to weave beautiful tales of life beyond the wall, but she never knew if they were true. Now, her father is gone and Émi has been banished to the Red Quarter, where she toils to support herself and... Continue Reading →

Coffee and…Why I Love Twilight.

This week, I'm sharing what might be my MOST unpopular / controversial book opinion (we're all agreed Dumbledore = bad now, yes?) If you haven't instantly unfollowed me after reading the title, then stick around with a brew and let me explain why I love this book everyone else seems to hate. The Coffee: This... Continue Reading →

Liebster Award

The lovely Sarah at Sarah Withers Blogs nominated me for the Liebster Award (see her post here). Sarah is one of my favourite bloggers to interact with and I was honoured to be nominated by her to do this: Thank you Sarah. About the Award The Liebster Award comes from Germany and is a way... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… #ThatFictionLifeReadathon

This week I'm sitting down with my coffee to write my round-ip of the That Fiction Life Readathon hosted by my dark twin Liv of That Fiction Life. The Coffee: I'm drinking the Hambela Natural, a fruity filter coffee from Atkinsons coffee roasters in Lancaster. I'm excited because I'm finally able to start enjoying coffee... Continue Reading →

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