I've decided to start something new on my blog. Last week I told you about my new favourite book. Bookshop Tours of Britain by Louise Boland. Well, it's been nearly a month since I bought this book and I've been trying to tick off as many as I can.
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'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.
I have been terribly inactive this past week and I've been struggling for a little while before that to keep a regular schedule, but this past week was the first one all year where I didn't manage to post anything.
I hope that you've all had a good week. Things have been a bit up and down this week so when I remembered that this week's #SixForSunday post was blue and green books I decided to go with just the blue but to include some books (or blurbs of books) that really make me smile.
This week's review has been a long while coming. I can't even remember the exact dates that I read it but I loved it and though this review may be a little vague because it has been a long while, I really hope I manage to a pass along just how much I enjoyed this book and entice you to read it.
A lot of the time I wish I had any job but the one I have. Does anyone else do that? Well, when I'm in a wishing mood I turn to literature. I escape into fantasy and I dream of the jobs that my characters have.