Top Ten Tuesday: series / trilogies / duologies I’d be interested in reading

Welcome back to my latest Top Ten Tuesday post. This week we were tasked with talking about all the series we've been meaning to start. Honestly, I feel like series are a much larger thing in YA and Fantasy than they are in the genres I read. Sure, there are a whole crap ton of … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: series / trilogies / duologies I’d be interested in reading

Netgalley picks of the week | 12th – 19th June

I found several good books on Netgalley this week, like a new historical fiction with a touch of mystery, Soot by Andrew Martin, and another upload for Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker (for all of you who missed or got rejected for the other upload!). There's also a new Ronald Malfi book, Bone White. I also came … Continue reading Netgalley picks of the week | 12th – 19th June

Sunday Summary (on a Monday, again!) | 11th – 18th June

Yesterday was the first time in 3 months that I didn't upload a post! Shocking! Read this week I've been the worst reader this past week, only getting one book read, but I've been so super busy at work, it's been hard to get any time in for reading... by the time I get home I'm … Continue reading Sunday Summary (on a Monday, again!) | 11th – 18th June

TBR Declutter! – Down the TBR Hole #20

Credit, as always, goes to the wonderful Lia @ Lost in a Story for this decluttering idea! I’ve been doing this for a while now and I have a load of fun doing it each week. The aim is to declutter your tbr shelf. To do this: Go to your goodreads to-read shelf. Order on ascending date … Continue reading TBR Declutter! – Down the TBR Hole #20

Friday Finds | 9th – 16th June

Here are my latest books added to my TBR this week! A couple of non-fic and a new King book! I Know My First Name is Steven by Mike Echols Synopsis: Bright and likeable, seven-year-old Steven Stayner always listened to his mother. Especially about talking to strangers. But when soft spoken "Reverend" Parnell asked to speak with … Continue reading Friday Finds | 9th – 16th June

Tor.com Thursdays: short story review

This was a full blog post but it appears WordPress have just come along and swept all the content into a bin somewhere. Quick overview of what I put for the story: 2 stars Too floaty and poetic to be able to decipher I get that it's about a mentally ill woman falling deeper into … Continue reading Tor.com Thursdays: short story review