Oh what a month, busy busy busy. So the first book of the month was The Black Death by John Hatcher. This was actually my reading roulette for July, but I was a bit behind on Julys books so it got bumped to Augusts reads. I bought this book when it was first released as… Continue reading August Round-Up
So very Excited!! I received a little gift today. Basically, ever since Waterstones quarterly magazine went the way of the Dodo I've been trying to find a regular source for information on new book releases and such. I know there are plenty of webpages and blogs out there (my go-to one for the last few… Continue reading Subscription for Book Lovers
So, another month draws to a close and seeing as I have been woefully neglecting this blog (I blame Homer!) You are now going to get 3 reviews for the price of 2! You lucky, lucky people! So what do I have to show for my month? I did read 7 books (I'm including a… Continue reading March Round up 3 for 2!
This months reading roulette is . . . . . 'Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine' by Gail Honeyman. I'm quite happy this one came up this month, as I've been hearing a lot about it and was hoping to be on the bandwagon before it drove out of town. Eleanor Oliphant is doing ok. She… Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine
So to my reading roulette, and this months selection was A History of the world in 100 objects by Neil Macgregor. When I first read this I didn’t realise that this was a book to accompany a very successful radio show on BBC Radio 4, which is thankfully still available to listen to. I’ve had… Continue reading A History of the world in 100 Objects
New Year, New Blog. I have sadly fallen by the wayside in recent months/years in regards to my writing and reading, so in order to remedy this I welcome you to my book (predominantly) blog. Not being content with just a blog to motivate me I have also set myself numerous reading challenges for the… Continue reading New Adventures