Ever since I was a child and discovered the excitement which surrounded New Years, I ensured that each and every year I would have a set of resolutions. You can imagine what 8-year-olds resolutions were like, although I am sure they were forgotten about as quickly as it took to think of them. It wasn't… Continue reading Looking Forward: A Year of Promises
Finally, 2019 has arrived, and it couldn't come sooner. 2018 was a hard year for me, I try and look at the positives, but if I am honest, there are so many dark clouds which surround the year for me. Entering 2019 felt like being able to breathe for the first time in so long… Continue reading Remembering 2018.
Another year has been and gone, and with that, a lot of books have been read. Meaning it's time for me to get back to blogging and talk to you all (well write to you all) which were my stand out books of the year. Now I have seen many people make a top ten… Continue reading My Books of 2018
You may have noticed on my twitter feed recently or from my wrap up post of May that I have possibly found one of my favourite middle-grade book series I have ever read! The Apprentice Witch and Witch Alone are a middle-grade series which is written by James Nicol whom I met last month and was lovely enough to… Continue reading Author Q&A with James Nicol
*I received a copy of Mirror Magic as part of the blog tour and in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions in this review are my own* When I was younger, I used to visit my grandparents' house every other day, especially during the holidays. In their bathroom, there was this huge… Continue reading Blog Tour: Mirror Magic By Claire Fayers
May was a whirlwind month for me, it certainly had a lot of stuff jam-packed into it, but for me, the most notable of all those things is that I have now completed my second year at university which is terrifying. It's strange to think that this time two years ago I was actually completing… Continue reading May 2018
* I was sent a copy of Cold Bath Street in exchange for an honest review, all opinions stated in this review are my own.* I think anyone would agree after studying an intense course on Gothic literature for the past five months would mean that picking up another Gothic novel may not be a… Continue reading Blog Tour: Cold Bath Street By A.J Hartley