Two-goal related posts for 2020 in a single week - I know perhaps it’s a little too much but there is a reason I promise! Books and stories have been an integral part of my life for as long as I can remember and as a result, I always feel like they deserved their own… Continue reading Goodreads, Reading Challenges and Other Bookish Goals.
It is strange to think that only twelve months ago that I was sitting at the dining room table writing all about the books I loved in 2018. It really doesn’t seem that long ago, and now I’m sat at my desk in my room about to start writing about the books that caught me… Continue reading My Books of 2019
I know I often say this each and every month, but October really did fly by! October also marked my first full month working at my new job which I am thoroughly enjoying although it is certainly affecting my reading and blogging schedule! Though, I'm sure once I'm completely settled and after the Black Friday/Christmas… Continue reading What I Read in October 2019
During September I think I unintentionally created a theme to what I was reading and that was either death, murder or ghosts! Of course, there is the traditional mention of the 'In Death' novels by J.D Robb (see bottom of this post) but the other three books I picked up also contained darker themes. Tunnel of Bones… Continue reading What I Read In September 2019
I was inspired by this post after I read Pages & Co: Tilly and the Bookwanderers by Anna James - the idea of being able to bring characters out of books or even wander into your favourite books sounds like such a wonderful thing. It didn't take me long until I started to wonder if… Continue reading Books I’d Like To Wander Into
In case you might have missed my monthly reading wrap-ups, I am obsessed with J.D Robb's futurist crime In Death series. I first picked up the series back in September 2017 and honestly I haven't looked back despite the series being extremely long! Currently, the length of the series is up to FIFTY novels and ten novellas… Continue reading Five Reasons to Pick Up The ‘In Death’ Series
I think my lecturers would be surprised to know I am writing this post and the fact I loved my degree. I was very lucky that I picked the right university for me, and incredibly lucky to have so many lecturers who are specialists in their fields to teach me. Unfortunately, due to outside factors,… Continue reading Books I Loved From My Degree