First, I’ll start by saying, I HATE spoilers. Particularly for really recent books, so I’m not really going to do that here. I’m not going to give any plot points away that aren’t already on the back cover blurb but I am going to talk about Coriolanus Snow and how the second part of his name fits him so well. No, not Snow. Anus. Welcome to The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes review.Continue reading “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – The Hunger Games Prequel Review”
The Black Witch Review will cover all the major questions you have about the controversy surrounding The Black Witch and whether you should read it.
The Black Witch ReviewContinue reading “The Black Witch Review – Racism & Answering the Major Questions”
This is going to be a short review for a short book. Unfortunately it isn’t short enough. Not my review. The book. I wanted to love this. I didn’t. To start, The Old Man and the Sea is boring!
I’ll start this review by sharing perhaps the best review of a book I’ve ever read.Continue reading “Book Review: The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway”
As you’ve likely noticed it’s been a long time since I wrote here. A really long time. I’ve been thinking a lot about this blog over the holiday period and I’m feeling refreshed now after a new year, a wedding and honeymoon in New Zealand. ?
So unlike my first ever post where I said I would never do reviews, I’ve changed my mind and I’m going to start with the first book I finished this year. So there will be a lot of reviews (though I’ve set my Goodreads challenge at just thirty this year as I’m tackling some longer books like War & Peace which has been on my TBR forever).Continue reading “New Year New Blog”
When do you stop reading a book? As soon as it becomes too boring, when the pace starts to slow, at the first page when you don’t like the opening line or do you dig a little deeper, trying desperately to hold on and finish what you started?
I’ll admit, I’m definitely the latter type. I will try to finish every book I start until that little voice in my head that tells me I’m wasting time on a bad or boring-to-me book when I could be reading something I really love, or at the very least like. I know it’s illogical.
- When I don’t like a television show that’s on, I’ll immediately change the channel
- When I don’t like the song that’s playing, I’ll immediately skip it
Let’s get one thing straight, I’m not talking about made-up relationships here. Not like when people ship Draco and Harry. I’m talking about relationships in movies, tv shows and of course books where there is an actual or implied relationship going on. You probably have a bunch of weirdships as well and I want to know all about them in the comments. Continue reading “I Ship Weird Relationships or Wierdships”
Christmas is fast approaching and if you are or have a book lover in your life then this is the list for you. Christmas shopping gets so hard, that’s why I always aim to be finished in October, of course I never am though. Thankfully most of my Christmas gifting is already complete this year but in the process of finding gifts for my book loving family I have come across some pretty awesome gifts that I couldn’t help but share. Besides, this works for what people should get me too right? Pretty please! Continue reading “25 Last Minute Gifts for Book Lovers”
Welcome to my blog. While this is my very first blog post here, I’m in no way a blogging n00b. In fact, I’m a professional blogger, writer and digital marketer, but I won’t be talking about that here. This blog is going to be all about books. Nope. Not a review blog. I won’t be reviewing any books to share though I’m sure you’ll discover all my favourites in no time. If you want read my reviews, follow me on goodreads. Continue reading “Always Books. Never Boring.”