Review | Mr Blue Sky by John Darke

Well... this one has taken me a long time to read. Through no fault of its own. I have very vivid dreams so I could only read little parts of it at certain times of the day. One thing Darke is excellent at is creating tension. There were so many times that I knew something… Continue reading Review | Mr Blue Sky by John Darke


Festive Christmas Book Tag

It's been a while since I've done a book tag so I thought I'd do a festive one to get us all I The Christmassy mood. I actually got this from Briony Marshall Unraveled, so be sure to check her out. I also don't know if you've noticed the blog's Christmassy Makeover! The whole design… Continue reading Festive Christmas Book Tag

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Review | Blog Tour – The Haunting of Mount Cod

So today we're taking part in a book tour! I love book tours, especially when there are books like this touring! So we have The Haunting of Mount Cod and I'll share with you in the important information. Title: The Haunting of Mount Cod Author: Nicky Stratton Release Date: 28th June 2018 Genre: Cozy Mystery Publisher: Clink Street Publishing Format: Paperback… Continue reading Review | Blog Tour – The Haunting of Mount Cod

Review, The Monster Goddess Book Club

TMBC | March and April

Hello there, sorry I haven't been here for a while.  March was a very busy time for me with two assignments due within a week of each other and unfortunately, blogging had to be pushed to the back burner. Before I get into the review, I will get to the admin. This month the theme… Continue reading TMBC | March and April


Review | The Letter by Kathryn Hughes

I'm guilty of buying books and then buying more books until I've forgotten about the books I have bought and then rediscover them months, or sometimes even years later. Which is exactly what happened with this one I'm afraid. A few years ago I downloaded the Audiobook of the Secret and I enjoyed it so… Continue reading Review | The Letter by Kathryn Hughes

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Review | The Choice by Edith Eger

I was given an Advanced Reading Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. There are few books that stick with you long after you close the last page and this one is definitely one of those few. There have been a few books published recently about this subject but this is the… Continue reading Review | The Choice by Edith Eger


Top Ten | Bookish Resolutions

According to recent studies, starting a New Years Resolution on NYD is setting yourself up to fail. Apparently you are supposed to wait until you get back into your routine before you change it. I read somewhere that the best time to start a NYR is at the end of January, which is why I'm sharing it today.

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Review | The Christmas Promise by Sue Moorcroft

Who says its too late for Christmas books? Personally, I love Christmas books and I love to read them at any time of the year because they make you feel really cozy and lovely. The Christmas Promise was great as really the main story could have taken place anywhere, it just happened to take place… Continue reading Review | The Christmas Promise by Sue Moorcroft

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Top Ten | The Twelve Books of Christmas

Hello everyone As it's Christmas Eve Eve today, I thought I would dust off an old favourite of mine with the Christmas Top Ten. Although with it being Christmas Themed, I've added two making it a Christmas Top Twelve. Most of them are only short books, so you could start them tomorrow and have the… Continue reading Top Ten | The Twelve Books of Christmas