Happy Friday! My weekly wrap-ups went missing from the blog for the entire month of February. I was so busy with life stuff that I just didn’t get around to them. Also, there was a complete lack of internet in the new flat until this week. So here is the triumphant return of my weekly wrap-up posts! It’s a long one -- buckle up!
Scythe is a book that has taken the UK book blogging community by storm. It is much-beloved by our US pals, and the highly anticipated sequel has just been released in the States. I was really looking forward to this book, however I ended up a little let down by the lackluster characters and plot.
I have decided to do something a little bit different with my TBR this month. I’ll usually have about 12-15 books on my TBR to give myself a little variety during the month, but that means I usually don’t finish them. February was a little bit of a disaster in terms of my TBR for a number of reasons, so I’ve decided to roll over my January and February TBR’s into a single month.
I’m so thrilled to be participating in the Now We Rise blog tour! As you have probably heard, Children of Blood and Bone is the new YA fantasy novel that is taking the world by storm. I was lucky enough to read a proof copy of this book, and it’s safe to say I was blown away. As I gather my thoughts to write my review, I thought I’d share this quiz!
Hi all! You may have noticed I've not really been around much lately. That's because we have no Internet in the new flat! I've run out of scheduled posts, so there won't be much coming up here this week. Sorry! I'm still active on Twitter and Instagram (nothing can keep me away), so give me … Continue reading Mini Hiatus: The Case of the Missing Internet Connection
My monthly TBR was mostly set by Scottish Fiance, but the whole TBR was thrown out of whack for a number of reasons (the main one being that we accidentally left the backpack containing all my books on the train home from Edinburgh and it had to be rescued by my mum the next day), so I didn't end up reading the books I had initially planned to. Regardless, it was still a great months for reading!
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Simon Ings' new book The Smoke! This twisting tale of literary fiction is sure to grab you from the first pages. Told in the second person, it's a bold and unique take on dystopian fiction and alternate history.