Hi all! I saw today’s Top Ten Tuesday theme and knew I had to participate. Today I’m going to be talking about my favourite childhood series! I’ve done a post on forgotten childhood favourites in the past, which you can see here, and I had so much fun going down memory lane.
Happy Monday, you guys! As I mentioned last Friday, I have been in a little reading slump, so I don’t have a review prepared for you today. So instead, I thought I’d bring back one of my favourite posts. It’s time for Part Two of the Beginner’s Guide to Science Fiction!
Happy Friday, everyone! So, this has been an interesting week. It has been an absolutely dismal week for reading, but I’ve done some really fun stuff in terms of blogging and such. My book club is meeting tomorrow, so I’m hoping that will get me back on the reading train
TBR Thursday is a weekly post hosted by yours truly. If you’d like to participate in TBR Thursdays, please feel free! Link me in your post so I can take a look at what you’ve got on your shelves and so we can cry together about how we are never going to actually finish reading through our TBR piles. All copy is courtesy of Goodreads.
I’m going to start off by saying that I’ve never read or watched Gossip Girl. Shocking, I know. Why do I mention this? The Thousandth Floor has been heavily promoted as 'Gossip Girl in the 22nd century'. I can go in for some fun drama if it’s well done, so I decided to pick this up. I have a lot of mixed feelings about The Thousandth Floor, as you can probably see from my rating, but I do think that this all comes down to taste.
The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch Publisher: Gollancz Publication date: 01 February 2007 Pages: 530 Format: Paperback Series: The Gentleman Bastards Sequence #1 Rating: Five out of five hatchets This is a spoiler-free review. This book has been on my radar for years, but I never managed to make a … Continue reading Review: The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch
It’s the first of September and that means two things – I’ll have to start wearing a jacket to work and it’s time for this month’s reading strategy! I really love doing these post because they help remind me of what’s been hiding in my TBR pile and gives me a little nudge of motivation.