Book Review: The Royal Wedding Colouring Book by Adam Rushton

So here’s something a little different for you guys.  I was offered a copy of the Royal Wedding Colouring Book by Adam Rushton in exchange for an honest review. Now, I’m not obsessed with the Royals -- I think this younger generation is nice and the rest are sort of useless -- but you know that I have to represent Meghan when she gets married tomorrow!  What pairs best with prosecco and judging everyone’s outfit choices? Some therapeutic colouring, of course.


Book Review: Legendary by Stephanie Garber

Caraval was one of the biggest releases of 2017.  It was the book everyone was talking about for months!  Fully caught up in the hype surrounding that book, I read Caraval and was actually pretty disappointed -- I even listed it as one of my most disappointing books of 2017.  However, I fully acknowledge that the hype was probably the contributing factor to my unenjoyment. When Legendary was released, I was determined to read it early and beat the hype.

Weekly Wrap-Up: 11 May 2018

Happy Friday!  This has been a short week here in the UK and it really did fly by.  I didn’t do a weekly wrap-up last week because there would have only been a couple days between my monthly and weekly wrap-ups, so this post will feature two weeks worth of books!

May TBR Goals

It’s no secret that monthly TBR’s don’t do much to help me keep on track with my reading.  However, I don’t really want to move away from that format because it helps remind me what my reading priorities are, what I want to accomplish, and how many damn books I have.  I’m going to try something new in May. Instead of a list of books I want to get to this month, I’m going to have a set of reading goals instead.

April 2018 Reading Round-Up

I feel like I say this every month, but I cannot believe how quickly time is passing!  April has absolutely flown by and spring is well underway. April has been an amazing month for me: I went to the Harry Potter studio for the first time, chaired my first book event, hosted my first readathon, and I read some fanastic books.  I feel like the start of the year was a bit slow to start in my little corner of the internet, but I'm really getting back on my feet in terms of writing reviews, posting videos, and taking photos.