Friday Finds | 19th January

I feel like I've been on a bit of a mad one with finding and pre-ordering books this past week (look out for a pre-order blog post coming soon!) but it turns out that I've only added another 4 books to my Goodreads shelf since I last did this post. So, here's the newest 4 … Continue reading Friday Finds | 19th January

Review: Dead Mountain by Donnie Eichar

⭐⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: In February 1959, a group of nine experienced hikers in the Russian Ural Mountains died mysteriously on an elevation known as Dead Mountain. Eerie aspects of the incident, unsettling and unexplained causes of death, a strange final photograph taken by one of the hikers and signs of radioactivity, have led to decades of … Continue reading Review: Dead Mountain by Donnie Eichar

Historical fiction I want to read

Hello bookish friends! Today I wanted to showcase a few historical fiction novels that are on my horizon. I really love reading historical fiction - I love the jump back in time and reading about how different people were and the different ways in which everyone acted. It's fascinating. It feels like you're learning something … Continue reading Historical fiction I want to read

Netgalley picks of the week | 8th – 15th January

Hello everyone! Here is my latest Netgalley picks blog post. This is a big ol' post again this week. Publishers have been busy uploading a bunch of fantastic sounding novels! I've even gone and pre-ordered the first one... {CLICK ON THE PICTURES TO BE TAKEN TO THE NETGALLEY PAGE} Title: What Blooms from Dust Author: James … Continue reading Netgalley picks of the week | 8th – 15th January

Hardback vs Paperback book covers, take 3

I love comparing book covers and so I thought I would do this blog post again with some new books. If you missed my first one, you can find it here and if you missed my second one, it's here! I wish covers didn't have to change all the time! Most of the time they're always … Continue reading Hardback vs Paperback book covers, take 3

Review: The Travelling Bag and Other Ghostly Stories by Susan Hill

⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis From the foggy streets of Victorian London to the eerie perfection of 1950s suburbia, the everyday is invaded by the evil otherworldly in this unforgettable collection of new ghost stories from the author of The Woman in Black. In the title story, on a murky evening in a warmly lit club off St … Continue reading Review: The Travelling Bag and Other Ghostly Stories by Susan Hill

I’ve created a TBR pile… will I stick to it?

So, if you follow me on Instagram you would have seen that I created myself a little TBR pile last night. This TBR is a general one, for all my reading, not just for the month. For a while now I've felt like I needed a structure to my reading - I have so many purchased books … Continue reading I’ve created a TBR pile… will I stick to it?