Knowing that with the impending lockdown of the UK due to the Covid-19 pandemic that I would be very much inside for the foreseeable future, and having recently started a dream job at Waterstones (Gah! So happy.) I took advantage of being at work and acquired some reading material during my dinner break. LETTERS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD – SIMON SEBAG MONTEFIORE So, … Read More Mini Book Haul!
I had a look on Pinterest to give me some ideas on what to write as a blog post, I found so many of these book tags so I thought I would give it a bash… Black- Name a series that’s tough to get into but has a hardcore following. For me I think it would be the Game of Thrones series. I still … Read More The Coffee Book Tag
***** May be some spoilers ***** I have always thought it would be nice for me to join a book club. I don’t have many people I speak frequently too, to be able to talk about books with. I usually just bore people as I go on and on and on. My partner is a good egg and he tries to listen and fair … Read More Book Club!
As a reader, I love many genres one in particular is historical fantasy. I love the stories where good triumphs over evil, especially ones with a little twist to add suspense. Sapphire and Steel written by Violet Froste was not a disappointment. Following the young Aster, Captain of the Princess-guard, as she does all that she can to protect her best friend, the Princess … Read More Sapphire and Steel – Review!
The summers of my childhood were usually spent in wild abandonment, spending every other night at a friends, or roaming the town looking for an adventure. I never found a more adventurous place than the local library. The best part of my day, would be the long winded pleading with my mum to take me, just to get a new book so that I … Read More Childhood Libraries