I’m usually not someone who likes memoirs. I often find they they’re incredibly indulgent and not particularly fun to read – see my rant about H is for Hawk. That being said, I’m not sure what drew me to The Outrun. It might have been its gorgeous cover or its setting, but I picked it up for some reason and I’m so glad I did.
Ever since reading her wonderful book The Gospel of Loki, I’ve been meaning to read more by Joanne M. Harris. She’s a wonderful storyteller and seems to favor mythology lately, a big plus in my book, so I was thrilled to receive an early copy of Pocketful of Crows.
I've kind of inherited this weekly meme from the lovely Bionic Book Worm. If you'd like to participate in TBR Thursdays, please feel free! Link me in your post so I can talk 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.
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.