A Bookish November

This month I've read some great books thanks to Kelly picking my TBR, I've had a massive (and ruthless) cull on my TBR, and I've announced a book buying ban until the new year. It's all go. Mount Ted TBR closed at 308 books last month. As part of my de-cluttering and trying to get... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… A Happy November

This week, my coffee and I are sitting down to look at what's been making me happy this month. The Coffee: Another week, another Steampunk coffee. This week I am drinking the Mormora again. It's a beautiful coffee and I cannot get enough of it. The Things:  Making my living room look like the Ravenclaw... Continue Reading →

Seven Deadly Sins Tag

Today, I'm doing the Seven Deadly Sins Tag, which Amy at Golden Books Girl tagged me for in July.  This is a great tag and I had a lot of fun thinking of my answers, so thanks Amy! Greed – what is the most expensive book you own? What is the least expensive book you... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: Dystopia

In this edition of Mini Reviews, I'm looking at some of my recent Dystopia reads. This is one of my absolute favourite genres and I loved each and every one of these books. City of Dust by Michelle Kenney This is the much anticipated sequel to Book of Fire which I read and loved last... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: Magical Realism

These Mini Reviews are books featuring Magical Realism, which is something I really enjoy and don't seem to read enough of. Out of the Blue by Sophie Cameron Jaya's mother is dead. Shortly after she dies, being start falling from the sky. Jaya's father is obsessed with them, thinking they will bring him closer to his... Continue Reading →

Coffee and … November Book Haul

Another month, another haul. This month's is one of my smallest yet, and there's a reason for that, but we'll get to that soon. First coffee! The Coffee: I am hooked on all things Steampunk coffee right now. Not only to their coffees taste amazing, but their approach to sustainability is the best of any... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: More Middle Grade

I've read so many great Middle Grade books that I had to do another set of Mini Reviews, this time featuring five recent reads!   Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll Olive's father has been killed in the war. When her sister, Sukie, goes missing during an air raid and is presumed dead, her... Continue Reading →

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