What I Read This Month | February 2021

It's that time again! Another round-up of all I've read this month. I'd finished my dissertation at the end of last month and so hoped to read much, much more. Instead I got side-tracked and my reading was a bit slow to start with but in total I read 16 books, 7 of which were … Continue reading What I Read This Month | February 2021

A Gentle Yet Powerful Toolkit | Self-Care For Tough Times | Review

Hullo and welcome to the last book review of the month! Today I'm doing something a little different and reviewing a non-fiction, Self-Care for Tough Times by Suzy Reading. It was originally released last April on Kindle when the first lockdown was in effect and just this month has been released in paperback. Blurb 'I … Continue reading A Gentle Yet Powerful Toolkit | Self-Care For Tough Times | Review

The Gift of Life | Light Perpetual | Review

Something a bit different today as I realised I was reading a lot of Science Fiction and Fantasy books this month. Today I'm reviewing Light Perpetual by Francis Spufford, which I can only describe as historical fiction. Many thanks to Faber for the eproof copy! Blurb November 1944. A German rocket incinerates a South-London household-goods … Continue reading The Gift of Life | Light Perpetual | Review

Watch Your World Go Up In Flames | Mrs Death Misses Death | Review

Hullo! This year I'm trying to focus on reading newer book releases alongside finishing series that have been on my TBR for a while. It's a interesting juggling act! Today I'm reviewing Mrs Death Misses Death by Salena Godden, which was released by Canongate Books on the 28th of January. Many thanks to Canongate Books … Continue reading Watch Your World Go Up In Flames | Mrs Death Misses Death | Review