Hello everyone! I've been around here a little less than usual because I'm participating in NaNoWriMo. In case you don't know, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and it takes place every November. Everyone's goals are a little different for NaNoWriMo, but most people (like me) aim to write 50,000 words in 30 days. … Continue reading Mini Hiatus Announcement: NaNoWriMo!
I love a good pirate story, but I find that they’re not too common. I was certainly intrigued by Daughter of the Pirate King when I first heard about it, but didn’t pick it up until my pal Asha lent it to me. She said it had pirates, adventures, and kissing -- what more do you need?
Hello everyone! I've been teasing this for a little while, but the time has come! When my book twin Shanah from Bionic Book Worm came up with this readathon idea, I was so excited to take part.
For YALC this year, I thought I’d do something a little different from my standard book haul or uninteresting list. Behold, The YALC Diaries! Although I’m beginning this post after Friday’s festivities have come to an end, I’m planning to write this up as a play-by-play of my favourite book event. Here we go!
The Hazel Wood is a book that has been lurking at the back of my mind since 2017 – it’s a book that sounded absolutely perfect for me. I love a dark fairy tale, so when you throw in a New York setting and fuzz the barriers between fiction and reality it basically becomes my catnip. However, I think that my own expectations got in the way of my enjoyment of this book.
I'm so thrilled to be part of the Ravencry blog tour! Today is the publication date for this fabulous fantasy novel, so I'm bringing you five reasons you should read Ravencry. Blackwing was awesome and you want more Blackwing was one of my favourite books of the 2017. With punchy writing, fantastic world … Continue reading Blog Tour: Five Reasons You Should Read Ravencry
So this is incredibly short notice, but bear with me. I feel like life has been just so crazy lately that I haven’t really had the time to sit down with a book and relax. I’ve really missed my leisurely reading time! So, what to do about this? Fortunately my realisations come at a very convenient time. Easter falls during this coming weekend, and I have no plans. Why not do a mini readathon?