Find out about my recent and future reads as I take part in WWW Wednesdays!
What first lines have I chosen for this week's feature? And can you guess which book they belong to?
Today I'm taking part in a weekly meme, answering three questions that begin with W! You can read my answers here!
Find out what books I borrowed from the library this week!
In this post, I consider why I've got so many unread hardback books, and set myself a goal to read more of them.
In this post, I talk about my first reads of 2020, and I plan to read next.
I've felt like I needed to add some different kinds of posts to my blog for a while, so I'm participating in WWW Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted by Taking On a World of Words. It looks like a great way to just take stock of your own reading, and find more books through other… Continue reading WWW Wednesdays – 2nd August
It's been a few days since I finished this book and I still haven't stopped raving about it to my family, friends, and colleagues at work. Not for a while has a book moved me so much. Un-put-down-able (not a word, but accurate) and unforgettable. What a debut for Gail Honeyman! Let's begin with our introduction… Continue reading Review: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, by Gail Honeyman (2017)
This novel took me a while to read – not because it was uninteresting, but because from the first page, it felt like a book that would be intricately plotted, and so I’d only sit down to read more when I knew I had plenty of time to digest every detail properly. Although I did… Continue reading Review: The God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy (1997)
Ravenclaw House "Where those of wit and learning will always find their kind" - The Sorting Hat. Absolutely adore these new editions of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, published by Bloomsbury to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this magical book being published. There's beautiful additional content and illustrations, specific to each house. The covers… Continue reading New edition of a childhood favourite