Mini Reviews: Anansi Boys and Into the Crooked Place

In this week's Mini Reviews, I'll be sharing my thoughts on Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman and Into The Crooked Place by Alexandra Christo. Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman Until recently, this one of the very oldest books sat on my shelf (it had been there at least 9 years). I don't know why I... Continue Reading →

#SixforSunday: Characters Who Would Fit Right Into My Family

Excuse me Steph, what the what now? This is probably the hardest #SixforSunday I've ever done. I don't want extra members in my family thanks, there are enough living creatures in my house as it is. But if you insist... I've chosen one character that I think fits the personality of each of the current... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Grief Angels by David Owen

"NARRATOR: They blatantly were. Thanks, Brain. That pessimistic voice is my depression talking. In fact, that's the biggest sign that our friendship has changed: I still haven't told them about my depression diagnosis." Click here for the book information on Goodreads. Grief Angels is the story of two boys: Duncan and Owen. Duncan suffers from... Continue Reading →

ThursTag : Epic Reads Book Tag

This came to my attention via Steph (of course it did) but is originally from Reading, Reading, Reading blog, so check both of those out! 1. If you could invite one author and one of their fictional characters to tea, who you invite and what you would you serve them? Melinda Salisbury. I would love... Continue Reading →

Coffee and …My March Bullet Journal

This month's Bullet Journal is one of my favourite ever set-ups, based on one of my favourite ever books: Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin. Join me in a coffee whilst I show it off? The Coffee: Today I am drinking another coffee from Clifton Coffee roasters This is an Ethiopian coffee, the... Continue Reading →

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