Book Review: The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

"You are a beautiful person, inside and out. One of the most beautiful people I've ever met, Wen. Your family is perfect and beautiful, too. Please know that. This isn't about you. It's about everyone." The Cabin at the End of the World is an unusual kidnap / home intruder type story with an apocalyptic... Continue Reading →

ThursTag: This or That Tag

It's Thursday. It's tag day! I bet you can't guess who I pinched this from... This tag was originally created by Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks, but I pinched it from Steph. I'm not going to tag anyone specific to do this, but if you fancy it, give it a go! 1. Reading on the couch... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… A Bookish July

It's Wednesday, it's nearly the end of July, so I'm sitting down with a coffee to reflect on another month of reading. Join me? The Coffee: This week's coffee is the Ethiopian Derikocha, a natural filter coffee from Clifton Coffee Roasters with tasting notes of blueberry, vanilla, and kefir. The Wrap Up: July was another... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: Dystopian

Hello, it's Monday, I am trying to do more regular reviews. Here are some for dystopian books I've read in the last few months. Jinxed by Amy McCulloch This was one of those books I picked up not expecting to enjoy as much as I did. I loved the concept of the Baku, little electronic... Continue Reading →

ThursTag: Behind the Book Blogger

Hello! It is ThursTag, so I am back with a tag I stole from Steph. I am nothing if not predictable. The Rules: Thank the person who nominated you - I would but I stole it so...Answer all the questions down belowPingback to the creator: Ellyn @ AllonsythornraxxNominate 5+ bloggers you’d like to know more about... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… A Happy July

It's been a while since I shared one of these. Honestly, they're getting harder to do every month at the moment, but join me in a coffee whilst I reflect on some happy things from July so far? The Coffee: Today's coffee is the Burundi Cafex from Clifton Coffee Roasters, with tasting notes of strawberry,... Continue Reading →

The One Tree Hill Book Tag

It's ThursTag, and today I'm doing the One Tree Hill book tag, which I saw over on Amy's blog.  1. Nathan Scott. A talented basketball player, name a character with a talent you want. Aribella from The Mask of Aribella by Anna Hoghton because she has magic, and particularly the ability to make flames out... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… June and July BuJo

It's Wednesday, it's time for coffee and I haven't shared any of my bullet journal for a while. Join me? The Coffee: This week, I'm drinking a coffee roasted by Clifton. The Malawi Sable has tasting notes of redcurrant, prune and jalapeno, which is not as strange tasting as it sounds. The Journal: Both my... Continue Reading →

Six for Sunday: Tropes you Hate

Six for Sunday (a weekly book prompt from the lovely Steph) is back on the Trope Train. This week we're doing tropes we hate. Here are six of mine: 1. Instant Love. Nope. I'm not buying it. I rarely find it believable. It's not for me. Next. 2. Mental Illness is magically cured by falling... Continue Reading →

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