So audiobook reviews and blog tours are now a thing and I am SO here for it. I’m a huge audiobook reader (practically a 50/50 split) so I’m so excited to bring you an audiobook review today (with more coming soon!) Thank you to the publisher and Compulsive Readers for my review copy! “Some people deserve…… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Never Look Back by A.L Gaylin – Spoiler Free Review!
Today for Simply Shakespeare, I am talking about some Shakes books that have been on my TBR for far too long… Shakespeare On Toast by Ben Crystal Published: 2016 by Icon Books Genre: Non-Fiction Retelling/Focus On: N/A (Non-Fiction) I have wanted to read this since I went to the Shakespeare Conference at the uni of York. As fun as…… Continue reading Simply Shakespeare #50 – Shakes Books I Am Desperate To Read In 2020!
Here comes my first 2019 wrap up post, only a month late (!). Let’s get the most disappointing reads out the way first, shall we? There’s aren’t necessarily bad book, I just didn’t enjoy them. These are in no particular order. Nothing But The Truth by Dick Lehr Rating: DNF This was just too hard…… Continue reading 10 Most Disappointing Reads Of 2019
Six For Sunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph and this week we’re talking about our fav bookish influencers, and I’m going to do booktubers! In 2017, I listed my Top 10 Booktubers, find that here. I won’t be repeating any from this list, though some I still absolutely love. The list below is in…… Continue reading #SixForSunday – Fav Booktubers!
I’m playing catch up with book hauls lalalalallalalaaaaa. The Pearl In The Ice by Cathryn Constable (2019) – Finished copy gifted from publisher (Chicken House Books): I’m currently reading this and I am loving it! The Devils Of Loudun by Aldous Huxley (1952) – Bought In an Indie Shop: I bought this when me and mum were in London. It sounds…intriguing!…… Continue reading October, November & December 2019 Book Haul!
2020 WILL be the year I read all of Shakespeare’s work. Last year, I set myself the challenge to read all Shakespeare’s plays in one year. And I failed. Spectacularly. Because: I wasn’t in the right headspace for such disciplined reading. I didn’t start all the way back in January. I didn’t know how to…… Continue reading Simply Shakespeare #49 – The Shakespeare 2020 Project
So, if you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know that during the tail end of last year, I got a new job. This means that I’ve fallen behind quite a lot with blogging! I was really busy at the end of last year and wanted to take proper time off at Christmas. I will still…… Continue reading November & December 2019 Reading Wrap Up!
Six For Sunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph and this week we’re talking about our Bookish Habits! 1. Always carrying a book with me: I commute to work an hour either way, on Northern Rail so to not carry a book is to shoot oneself in the foot. 2. Always got an audiobook on the…… Continue reading #SixForSunday – Bookish Habits!
I was sent a free copy of this lovely little book in exchange for an honest review. I am very happy to be on the blog tour for the book EVERYONE has on their most anticipated for 2020! And here’s why, check out this blurb. Meet Pepper, swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist.…… Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Tweet Cute by Emma Lord – Excerpt!
Here’s a fun and festive tag! I found it here. 1. An author you’d like to read (that you’ve never read before) I’ve never read Maggie O’Farrel before, she’s got a Shakes book coming out next year and I am EXCITED. 2. A book you’d like to read There are so many, but my MOST…… Continue reading The New Year Resolutions Book Tag