This week's Top Ten Tuesday is all about outrageous things we've done for the love of books! You can read my choices in my lastest blog post.
Today's blog post is about my evening at Foyles for Writer's Night with a historical fiction focus.
My fourth First Line Fridays post! I hope you enjoy!
My final post of 2018 - a look at my favourite books of the year and some aims for the new year! Thanks to you all for supporting my blog this year!
I've written a new #wordsofthe week post. An Unremarkable Body certainly contains some remarkable writing. Read on to discover what I stood out in this book!
Today on the blog, I'm showing my appreciation of some stunning book covers. Read on to find out which books have caught my attention recently.
People often profess to love reading because books open their eyes to new ways of seeing and living in our world. This compelling debut novel by Joe Heap does exactly that, exploring what it means to see the world anew.
It’s #LoveAudio week! I’ve loved seeing posts across social media about all the wonderful audiobooks currently (or soon-to-be) available. This format is, I think, a very good step in the right direction for making books more accessible to audiences. For many, reading a book isn’t possible, so bringing stories to life with fantastic audio productions… Continue reading A celebration of audiobooks – #LoveAudio Week
Who's excited for the announcement of the Women's Prize for Fiction winner this evening? The build-up to this event has been so great - I've loved hearing everyone's thoughts on the shortlist, as well as the readings and interviews from the authors themselves. It's such a fantastic celebration of reading and writing. I've only read… Continue reading Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018
Is anyone here part of a local or online book club? I’ve recently joined a local one with some friends and, honestly, I love it. We have met twice so far, once a month, and it’s been such an enjoyable social experience, as well as a great opportunity to talk about books. We’ve gathered at… Continue reading Book clubs