It's time for Instagram Sundays -- a roundup of this week's bookstagam posts. This week's post is brought to you by my birthday and a weekend in London. This is an advance copy I was sent for review. I'm really enjoying it (and its simple but effective cover)! It's an adventure filled with wrongful imprisonment, … Continue reading Instagram Sundays
Happy Friday, book lovers! I didn't do a weekly wrap-up last week because it conflicted with my monthly round-up, so this will cover the past two weeks. Aren't you guys lucky? Here we go!
I absolutely adore Neil Gaiman – he’s one of my favorite living writers. With the success of Amazon’s adaptation of American Gods, I feel like there are people out there who have never read his books but would like to start. Here’s your quick guide to Gaiman! If you want to start with The … Continue reading A Guide to Reading Neil Gaiman
We have all been there – the dreaded reading slump. You burn yourself out reading too much or you’re distracted by other things, and boom! Suddenly you can’t decide on a book to read, nothing is holding your interest, or you just can’t get very far in your current read. Reading slumps don’t hit … Continue reading Discussion: The Dreaded Reading Slump
May is over and it’s time for the best part of the month: the reading round-up. I didn’t achieve my reading goals for the month, however it was still a good one.
I saw this book and fell in love with its gorgeous cover. As someone looking to fill the diversity gap in her fantasy reading, The Wrath and the Dawn was the perfect departure from the ordinary.
Happy Sunday, everyone! Here's a roundup from Instagram this week. Okay, I had to do the standard Harry Potter 'The Unbreakable Vow' photo with my ring. I couldn't help it! I've been wanting to read some of Kameron Hurley's books. I have a copy of The Stars are Legion on my shelf and … Continue reading Instagram Sundays
If you’re anywhere near the Bookstagram or Twitter community, you know all about the excitement and anticipation surrounding the release of Laini Taylor’s Strange the Dreamer.
Happy bank holiday weekend, UK readers! We seem to get a lot of those at this time of year. It has been awhile since I updated (although there was a brief update here), so here’s how my past two weeks have gone:
Well, here are two of my interests combined! I’m not a huge Disney person in general, but I grew up on the princesses (I’m pretty sure I wore out my VHS copy of The Little Mermaid). Thank you so much to Nadwa from Painfully Fictional for tagging me!