Monthly Archives: November 2016

Not a Creature was Stirring… | The Nightmare Before Christmas | A Review

Can you guys believe it’s going to be December tomorrow? I can’t! This year has gone so quickly! Luckily for me, I’m really organised this year, so all presents are bought and wrapped ready for the big day. Are you guys gifting any books this year and if so, do you have any favourites? Anyway, […]

Keeping it in the Family | The Thornthwaite Betrayal | A Review

This is the second book in the series, the first being The Thornthwaite Inheritance, based on the lives of orphaned twins, Lorelli and Ovid Thornthwaite, living in their family home, Thornthwaite Manor. This book was requested on Netgalley and was given a 3.5 star review on Goodreads. Blurb: After a lifetime of plotting each other’s demise, […]

Things Always Have A Way of Coming Back to You | Penhaligon’s Attic | Book Blog Tour

Welcome to the last week of November – can you believe how quickly this month/year has gone?! I can’t! Today I’m reviewing Penhaligon’s Attic as a part of Piaktus’s blog tour. Now without further ado, on with the blog post! Blurb: 1910. Anna Garvey arrives in Caernoweth, Cornwall with her daughter and a secret. Having […]

Magic of Old | Runemarks | Blog Tour

Today is day 8 of Joanne M. Harris’ Blog tour for her re-release of Runemarks. To catch up on previous posts, check out the expert from yesterday: – Day 7: Blurb:  It’s been five hundred years since the end of the world and society has rebuilt itself anew. The old Norse gods are no longer revered. […]

A Marriage of Inconvenience | Victoria | A Review

Did any of you guys catch Victoria on ITV last month? I did! And instantly fell in love with the TV show and can’t wait for the next series to air next year! Daisy Goodwin, best known for her book My Last Duchess, is responsible for this wonderful book and TV series. I was really […]

How far would you go to keep a secret? | What Alice Knew | Blog Tour

Happy Friday guys! It’s the end of another week, and another week closer to (Christmas!), although that is far too early to even mention the word! Today on the blog, I’m taking part in T.A Cotteralls book tour for his debut book ‘What Alice Knew’.   A bit about the Author:  T. A. Cotterell read […]

Not Such A Bad Day | A Little Bit of Hope

Twitter. A place where you can chat with anyone and get involved with relevant things that you care about; causes, charities, a love of a favourite book? Not Such a Bad day is… My take on this is of course, to do with books. I’m a book blogger of course and my aim is to […]