Over a year ago I decided to start a "first impressions" feature that I did literally twice and then never carried on. I guess I don't always have something to say at the beginning of a book so I didn't see the point in carrying it on. However, sometimes you just find a book that sparks a … Continue reading First Impression Review: Halcyon by Rio Youers
Just a quick blog post as it’s my birthday on the 5th November and I wanted to do a Q&A/facts about me post. I did one ages ago when I first started my blog but I have different & new followers now! Are there any questions you’d like me to answer as part of the … Continue reading A birthday Q&A… do you have any questions?
Hello everyone! It's time that my standard Netgalley Picks of the Week posts had a little revamp! And by that I mean I don't want to force myself to make the posts each week on Monday, so I'm going to make them whenever I feel like it and include new books that have been uploaded … Continue reading New Netgalley Books | 23rd October
Hi guys, remember me? This may seem like a dramatic post considering I've only been gone for a week (you probably haven't even noticed I've been gone!) but I just wanted to address my short absence. I've been finding blogging difficult recently. I have so very little motivation to create posts and I think it's … Continue reading My mini absence and how I feel about blogging at the moment…
I've been good and only added a few new books to my TBR recently, I'm really excited for all of them though, and they're all from different genres. Keep reading to find some new books! The Road Out of Hell by Anthony Flacco with Jerry Clark Synopsis: From 1926 to 1928, Gordon Stewart Northcott committed at … Continue reading Friday Finds | 12th October
⭐⭐ Synopsis: Lisa lives for her daughter Ava, her job, and her best friend Marilyn, but when a handsome client shows an interest in her, Lisa starts daydreaming about sharing her life with him too. Maybe she’s ready now. Maybe she can trust again. Maybe it's time to let her terrifying secret past go. Then … Continue reading Review: Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough