Thank you to NetGalley, the publishers and author for the free Arc ebook copy. Image from Goodreads The Stranger Times by C.K. McDonnell centres around Hannah who has left her old life behind after setting a house on fire due to discovering her husband was cheating. Her new life in Manchester begins with an interview… Continue reading The Stranger Times
Just a random rainbow stack! So I haven't posted anything in ages even though I had half term to get posts written I just didn't. Work has been oh so tiring and I've now been given an extra afternoon I have to teach on which means I now have to teach two afternoons a week… Continue reading Weekly update
★★★★★ The final in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas! I really wanted to finish this quick but at the same time wanted it to last forever. This is going to be a bit more of a ramble than a review. Kingdom of Ash follows on from where Empire Of Storms left… Continue reading Kingdom Of Ash
I thought I'd share some of my favourite bookstagrammers. They all have such beautiful themes which I'm very jealous of! Thais was the first bookstagrammer I followed long before I had my own. I discovered her because Book Box Club featured her photo as she is a rep. Her photos are all stunning and look… Continue reading My Favourite Bookstagrammers To Follow!
Unboxing time! The theme of Book Box Club’s September box was Once Upon A Story and featured so many great items and the most gorgeous book cover! Featured Read: D a Tale of Two Worlds by Michel Faber This book looks and sounds amazing! The letter D is disappearing from the English language and Dhikilo… Continue reading September Book Box Club
One of my favourite small businesses is Ember Stag Candles. I started buying from them last year but only for birthday and Christmas presents. Then this year happened and I felt like I deserved to treat myself. What I love about their candles is they all feature a quote from the book/fandom and have a… Continue reading Ember Stag Candles – Small Business Highlight!
The theme for Book Box Club’s August theme was Moonlit Melodies. I was very glad that it contained all small items as I requested it to get sent to my parent’s in Cornwall (no spoilers for me) so it was easy to carry back to Bristol on the train! This box contained one of my… Continue reading August Book Box Club
So it was the first term of the school year which means I (and everyone I work with) have been so tired! It’s tiring enough normally starting back after the summer holidays but even more so this year after what it was like before the holidays. Throughout lockdown I was only in school once every… Continue reading September Wrap Up
★★★★★ This is actually the first Holly Bourne book I’ve read. A few months ago there were a whole load of her books in the Kindle sale so I picked up a few. I’ve heard quite a lot this year about The Places I’ve Cried in Public so I decided to try this one first. There is… Continue reading The Places I’ve Cried In Public review
★★★★ I’ve had The Little Shop of Happily Ever After on my Kindle for years, pretty much since I’ve had my Kindle, but because I’ve been leaning more towards fantasy, it’s just been forgotten about. But as I’m trying to not read other fantasy while I’m in the middle of the Throne of Glass series,… Continue reading The Little Shop of Happily Ever After review