Today I would like to introduce you to the book that got me back into reading. I don't know what about it set me off but it's started something and now I just can't stop.
In fact this top ten Tuesday has just over 15 books.
Maybe I'm being a little too enthusiastic, but I couldn't stop listing books, and then I couldn't work out which books to take off the list.
I'm sure, or rather I hope, that you have seen this book in your local bookshop. I love finding indie bookshops and here is a map to so many up and down the country
Hi all! It’s been a while since we spoke but I wanted to catch back up with you all! My name is Chiara and I am a bookworm. I hope the spring has treated you well and you are enjoying the summer so far. The uk is having a scorcher so far. But I’m loving… Continue reading A little catch up!
I bring you three different books to review today. They will be short, mini reviews but they are all audible originals. In fact these were my first audible originals and I can't recommend them enough.
I'm so glad to be bringing you this book. I want to thank Zebra and Rachel's Random Resources for providing me with a free copy of the book to read. I enjoyed it a lot and I can't wait to share my thoughts with you all.
We've all talked before about how important it is not to judge a book by it's cover ... and yet we go ahead and do it anyway. Those bold beautiful covers that make them stand out of a shelf and encourage us to investigate a bit closer.
I have been waiting a long time to review this book. I saw it when it was announced ages a go and I really thought that I would have to wait until it was published till I got to read it but then Dave announced the blog tour.
What fictional places have you always longed to go to? Teenage me loved all these places and I still can't wait to go. Send me my letter, let a monster attack me, let me become a spy. I'll even die a honourable death to get myself into Valhalla.
I was hesitant about doing this topic today. I wasn't sure where to even begin.
But my parents always taught me to start at the beginning and work your way forward.