Hey guys! I’m so this wrap-up post is sooooo late, I’ve been writing up and scheduling book review posts (and Bookbridgr-ing them) to go up before I post this, so it’s been a bit delayed. Although I managed to read/ listen to all seven of my reading goals for April, I only managed to read … Continue reading April Wrap-Up and Favourites
Hello my lovelies! How have you been this past week? As you may know if you read a previous post, I’ve been on holiday with the family, taking a break from blogging and work (we landed very late on 1st March) – but, now I’m back and the blog posts are resuming! 😊 (**= not … Continue reading February Favourites
Although I enjoyed the books I read last month, the three above were my favourites overall. For any of you wondering, half way through January, I decided to leave SINNER by Maggie Stiefvater for when I re-read the Shiver trilogy in a few months' time, so that's why there's no review post for that one - and I … Continue reading January Favourites!
Here are my July favourites! Although it's become one of my favourite books to-date, Carve The Mark was overshadowed by Stormswept and The Battlemage , because I've been invested in the INGO and Summoner series since I read the first books of each, and Degradation of course as I loved Desolation. August TBR! The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley - currently reading Wilde Like Me by Louise … Continue reading July Faves & August TBR
Hey guys! I only have two favourites for the month of June, but I loved them very much so that's okay 🙂 July TBR: Stormswept ( The INGO Chronicles) by Helen Dunmore Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth The Battlemage by Taran Matharu Degradation (The Keystone Bone Trilogy II) by Jesper Schmidt (comes out tomorrow) … Continue reading June Faves & July TBR
Hi everyone, it's time for my February faves, and next month's to-be-read (which I will be doing with each monthly faves post from today) I read four books over February (technically I listened to one of them,but I'm still counting it, he-he), but only two of the four of them have become favourites of mine, … Continue reading February Faves & March TBR