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!
A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab Publisher: Titan Books This is a spoiler-free review Kell is one of the last travelers--magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel universes connected by one magical city. There's Grey London, dirty and boring, without any magic, and with one mad King--George … Continue reading Review: A Darker Shade of Magic
Scottish romances were once my ultimate guilty pleasure. It has been years since I picked one up. I spotted The Lady and the Highlander on NetGalley and snatched it up. A retelling of Snow White in the Scottish Highlands, I knew I couldn’t resist it.
The first Instagram Sunday of May! It's a gorgeous day and there are stacks of books waiting to be photographed.
This week has flown by, possibly because we had Monday off. Here’s a breakdown of my week in books! Books Books I read A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh A Darker Shade of Magic was the innagural choice for the new book club I’m … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #6
We all have our childhood favorites, the books that ignited our love of reading and stick with us through adulthood and are treasured memories. From Harry Potter to Narnia, there are books that remain in our consciousness for our whole lives, but what about our forgotten favorites? What about the books we read until the … Continue reading Forgotten Childhood Favorites
This review contains loads of spoilers, so don't read on if you intend to read the book. Also, for fans of the book, please don't hate me! I'd love to open up a discussion about it because I know so many people love it. Tell me your thoughts!
It’s my favorite time of the moth! Here’s a look back on my bookish activity this month. Let’s see if I stuck with my April TBR strategy:
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