The Way Back… February

Well, it's the end of February and time to share what I've been doing in The Way Back this month. With all that is going on in the world, sitting down to blog seems a bit odd. Of course, my thoughts have been with the people of the Ukraine and Russia and their loved ones... Continue Reading →

Six for Sunday: Favourite Books Under 200 pages

It's a new week #SixforSunday with the wonderful Steph at A Little But a Lot. This week's Small but Mighty prompt is books under 200 pages. I thought this was going to be impossible, but I found six I adore. Here they are: 1. Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan. This one is exactly 200... Continue Reading →

ThursTag: The Valentines Book Tag

In a few days it will be valentines day so seemed an appropriate tag to do this week. I found this on The Sassy Geek blog and loved the questions. 1. Stand Alone Book You Love Hold Back the Tide by Melinda Salisbury. Atmospheric, gorgeously written, great characters and perfect for valentines day too. 2.... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… February’s Bullet Journal

It's Wednesday and it's time to sit with a coffee and share this month's bullet journal. Join me? The Coffee: This week, I'm drinking a coffee from Clifton coffee roasters. The Guatemalan Les Penas has tasting notes of peach iced tea, preserved lemon and grapefruit; a fruity and delicious coffee. The Journal: This month's journal... Continue Reading →

ThursTag: The Count to 10 with me Tag

It's Thursday which is traditionally tag day around these parts. I'm struggling to find new tags though, so please hit me up with your suggestions! This one came from Kristin Kraves Books and was originally created by Alyce (The Bumbling Blogger) 1. First Book in a Series I recently read Clockwork Magpies by Emma Whitehall.... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… My February TBR

It's a new month, so it must be time to sit down with a coffee and look at the books I'll be reading this month. Join me? The Coffee: This week, we're drinking a coffee we were given in a Christmas present. The Ethiopian Bekele Belayecho from Atkinsons has tasting notes of caramel, blueberry and... Continue Reading →

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