In 2019, I read a total of twenty two books that were either the start, continuation or end of a series. This is quite a lot for me, as usually I prefer standalone novels. I'll let you know in this post whether it was the beginning of a series, the end or a continuation and… Continue reading Series 2019 – Started, Finished or Abandoned?
With my bigger reading goals in recent years, I've been reading less fantasy, which makes me sad, so this TBR serves as a personal reminder that there are still some big fantasy authors that I haven't read yet. Over the course of the year, I hope to tick some of these big names off my… Continue reading Top Five TBR – Anticipated Fantasy Authors
I read eighty four books in 2019, which is a great deal more than I have read in years previous, so I had a lot more contenders for my top ten favourites list. However, I have managed to whittle it down and these are the ones that I still think about now regardless of when… Continue reading 10 Favourite Books of 2019
As promised in the first part of this book haul, I bought more books (and was gifted some). I bought one book for an event, two with a Waterstones gift card and two were gifted to me by my wonderful partner when I was having a horrible day. Let me know what you bought, borrowed,… Continue reading Book Haul – May 2019 Part Two
This month I will be participating in the Simsathon, which is hosted by Bianca Reads. You can find her announcement video here. There are a number of challenges you can complete that are related to the Sims and each of these challenges gives you a certain number of points. The aim is to earn as many points as… Continue reading Simsathon Readathon 2019 TBR
I finally got another job back in April, so I can add books to my collection once again. I'm going to a book event later in May, so I will most likely pick some more books up there, but these are the ones I've bought or that have arrived so far this month. 1.… Continue reading Book Haul – May 2019 Part One
Publisher: NineStar Press Format: E-arc Release Date: 22/04/2019 Rating: 3/5 I received a free e-arc of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Raze has never felt as though he belongs in this world. He is constantly angry without being able to pinpoint why and the only thing he loves… Continue reading ARC Review – Where Song Replaces Silence