July 2020 Anticipated Book Releases

Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power Synopsis: For her whole life it’s just been Margot and her mother, but that’s not enough for Margot – she wants family, she wants history – and now she’s found the key to get it: a photography The photograph leads her to a town called Phalene, to what could be home, but when Margot gets there she quickly … Continue reading July 2020 Anticipated Book Releases

Waterstone’s Book of The Month April 2020: Lanny by Max Porter (Audiobook Review)

The story of ‘Lanny’ follows a young boy called Lanny and his childhood life in a small, English village. It follows his relationship with his mother, father and Pete, a man who teaches him art and quickly becomes a family friend. But the story also follows that of the leged of Dead Papa Toothwort, who is said to be as old as the village itself. Continue reading Waterstone’s Book of The Month April 2020: Lanny by Max Porter (Audiobook Review)

Waterstone’s Book of The Month March 2020: Why I won’t be reading The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal + a discussion on trigger warnings/age ratings

However, for me, it raised an important question: should books have trigger warnings or age ratings like film or TV shows do? Or do we as readers believe this is some form of censorship? Continue reading Waterstone’s Book of The Month March 2020: Why I won’t be reading The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal + a discussion on trigger warnings/age ratings

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed But Rarely Talk About

This week I’ve decided to take part in ‘Top Ten Tuesday’ again hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is ‘books I enjoyed but rarely talk about’, because I am so new to bogging there’s quite a few of those I could put on here, and so I’m going to list books I rarely see people talk about at all. Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed But Rarely Talk About