Every year I get to December and try to compile a Top 10 Books list. Every year I say to myself I won’t do it again because it’s too hard. I’m doing it again. In 2017 I have read to completion 65 books, given up on 4 others and am currently reading a further 4… Continue reading My Top 10 Books of 2017
June is a month of birthdays and holidays (and a wedding) – but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a tower of books ready to read!
The February 2017 Book Club read was The Grimm Legacy by Polly Schulman, a young teen read that was lots of fun. The Grimm Legacy is the first book in what I believe is a trilogy and was a super easy read. The story follows Elizabeth, a girl who, in true fairy-tale style, lives with… Continue reading Book Club Reads #5 – The Grimm Legacy
“Have they taken anything valuable?” exclaimed Beatrice as we stood staring at the sight of Dr. Drake dismally surveying the wreckage. “Yes,” said Dr. Drake. “I’m afraid to say that they have taken the most valuable thing I owned. My dragon diary is missing!” – Chapter XV The Dragon’s Eye (The Dragonology Chronicles Volume… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – The Dragon’s Eye
It’s almost the end of 2016 and what a year it has been. I’m not going to lie and pretend it has been anything but awful, but that doesn’t mean that there haven’t been good times in between all the rubbish. Quite a lot of the good times for me have been book related –… Continue reading My Top 10 Reads of 2016
Life has been a bit crazy over the last couple of weeks so I sort of missed the end of September and the start of October. Ooops. But I’m here now, so here’s a quick catch up on what I read over September (taking me up to 43/36 for the year): Blame by Simon Mayo… Continue reading My September Reads: 100 word reviews
Hello September! It’s a time for new schools and new teachers, new crazy personal challenges (any sponsorship donations gratefully received!) and a new TBR list for me to end up totally ignoring as usual. There are two books rolling over from August: Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone and Blame by Simon Mayo. Then I… Continue reading My September TBR