Just a quick note to say that this also includes Crime fiction books I’ve read this year, so there won’t be just one book. That and I thought I’d all bung it together, but I’ll let you know when the book is fiction and when it’s crime. Looking at my Goodreads account, I’ve read 100 […]

Happy Friday all! I hope your week has been well and truly Christmassy and you’ve started your Christmas shopping – or if you’re leaving it until the last minute, do you have any ideas? Today I thought I’d write a post about my favourite covers of the year. Or the prettiest. To be honest, I’m […]

Welcome to my second Christmas post for the month, it’s the start of another week, Christmas shoppers have begun their search for the perfect Christmas gift and I’m back at work – again – yay! Today I’m writing a post about my favourite Children’s book (or books) of the year, so read below. Wizards of Once […]

Happy Sunday all! Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for His Guilty Secret by Helene Fermont, her third book, with its rather snazzy cover. Read on below. Blurb Secrets & Lies Are Dangerous When Jacques’s body is discovered in a hotel room his wife, Patricia, suspects he has been hiding something from her. […]

Happy 1st December guys! It’s the first day of advent and there’s pretty much 25 days until Christmas. Looking at my Goodreads, I’ve read nearly 100 books this year – 100! These have been from Netgalley, proofs, books I’ve bought or had a little while on my shelves. Now I can’t put all these books […]

It’s the last review of November! My gosh, I can’t quite believe it! Are you guys ready for the festive season? I sure am! Today I’m reviewing Moonrise by well-known author Sarah Crossan. Blurb They think I hurt someone. But I didn’t. You hear? Cos people are gonna be telling you all kinds of lies. […]

It’s the weekend guys, well, it was, I’m writing this blog post slightly late, so sorry! Today I’m reviewing A Pocketful of Crows by Joanne Harris, a firm favourite author of mine. Blurb So begins a beautiful tale of love, loss and revenge. Following the seasons, A Pocketful of Crows balances youth and age, wisdom and passion […]