I’m finally bringing you a book review after a never ending reading slump thanks to There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins, which was so good I devoured it in days! I’m not really a thriller person and I don’t really read or watch anything similar, but I still remember reading a review which…… Continue reading There’s Someone Inside Your House Review
Earlier this month I took a blogging break. This wasn’t a decision I made lightly and it’s something I’ve thought about lots since slowly making my return to the blogging scene. The truth it, I’ve been wanting to take a break for a long time now but there were so many reasons I used to…… Continue reading My Blogging Break Discussion: How I accepted it and why it was good for me
Hello everyone! Today I’m joined by Steve Dressing, a debut self-published author, who has kindly written a guest post to be shared for you all. ‘Game Keepers’ is Steve’s first book. The novel is about a kids baseball team who discover an underground world riddled with magical creatures who help them learn to play better.…… Continue reading Author Guest Post by Steve Dressing | All Things ‘Game Keepers’ and Self-Publishing
I thought I’d post something different on my blog today as I rarely do book hauls. I’ve been very lucky the past two months and have received a few parcels from publishers and companies. This is only a small haul but I’ve loved my new additions so I’m going to share the books I got…… Continue reading May Book & Blogger Haul!
Today I’m going to be sharing an unboxing of Wildest Dreams’ May box, which was themed ‘Female Voices’. Wildest Dreams is a new book subscription box based in the UK. Each month they have a themed box which usually includes a book, tea, and something fun like a bath product or candle, and some swag.…… Continue reading Wildest Dreams ‘Female Voices’ Unboxing
A book’s ending line is just as important as its opening, if not more so. We rely on those last few words to sum up our whole experience. The last line will be our lasting memory of the novel so it’s important that they’re really poignant. This week’s Top 5 Tuesday topic is Ending/Last Lines…… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday – Ending/Last Lines | In Which I Get Over Excited And Give You 10!
I’ve seen this tag on my feed a few times in the last few weeks and I’ve been looking for some fun post ideas so I couldn’t resist The 20 Questions Book Tag. Despite not being tagged by anyone, I haven’t posted a book tag (or any tag for the matter) in so long so…… Continue reading The 20 Questions Book Tag
The first and last lines of a book are always the most important. Our whole impression of the novel is immediately created from the first sentence, paragraph, and chapter. Whether they’re mysterious prologue, a matter-of-fact beginning, or purely confusing, we love to be grabbed by our collars and pulled into the novel from the first…… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday – First/Opening Lines
It’s been so long since I participated in Top 5 Tuesday but I’m so glad I’m finally back! As usual, it’s hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. I picked a great week to return because this week the topic is Books I’d Save From A Fire. Fortunately I’ve never had to think about this…… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday – Books I’d Save From A Fire
I’m finally getting round to another book review and today I’m going to be talking about The Seafarer’s Kiss and all things mermaid! I first saw this book on Twitter and it was described as an F/F retelling of The Little Mermaid. As that’s my favourite Disney film and I was seriously lacking in mermaid…… Continue reading The Seafarer’s Kiss Review