I am finally getting round to reviewing Good Omens after it took me a month and a half to read it. I hope you enjoy it!
Well, April has been and gone. Does no one else think that April just flew buy? I know I said that last week in my monthly round up but I am stating it again. Like the las two months money is tight, tighter since because of furlough and I don't know what exactly I am getting paid because the change of tax year. It's all a bit complicated.
Hi all my bookworms! My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm! How are you all? I was tagged a few weeks ago now in the mystery blogger award by Casey at Tayside Books. It's took me a few weeks to respond to it but, here we are. Before we get into anything I… Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award
It hardly feel like April is over already. March dragged, but April flew by. Does that mean that we are getting used to Lockdown? Today I am reviewing a book that I read a few weeks a go. I found this book because of Alana @ Dream Come Review when I read her review of the latest book in the Enchantress series, The Colonel and the Enchantress. Thanks for the recommendation, Alana.
Today is Tuesday and I think you all know by now what that means. Top Ten Tuesday. I hope you all know what Top Ten Tuesday is, but if you've clicked on this post by accident then here is what you need to know. Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme originally created by The Broke and The Bookish in 2010 and switched to That Artsy Reader Girl in 2018. Each week we are given a different topic. This week the topic is 'Books I Wish I Had Read As A Child'. I wasn't sure what to say to that. There are book I wish I had made time to read but I wouldn't change the way I did anything and there are books that have since been published that I wish I had read when I was younger but didn't so I decided this weeks topic wasn't for me.
Today is the last #SixForSunday of the month. My first complete month doing this. I hope you are enjoying reading this because I am definitely enjoying writing this. For those of you who are new to Bookworms Anonymous #SixForSunday, or #S4S for short, is a bookmeme created in June 2017 by Steph over at A Little But A Lot, and each week there is a different topic.