Welcome to my stop on the #damppebblesblogtours for Poppy Flowers At The Front by Jon Wilkins! I'm excited to be taking part in this blog tour as the author is from Leicestershire, where I live, and a fellow teacher! It's great to be able to support a local author. Without further ado, here's my review. … Continue reading Blog Tour: Poppy Flowers At The Front by Jon Wilkins
I absolutely adore doing book tags with a theme as it makes me think of lots of different types of books to talk about! I got the idea of this tag as many people are thinking up New Years' Resolutions and setting their reading goals for the year. Mine is always "drink more water" and … Continue reading Resolutions Book Tag!
Happy New Year! I really excited to see what this year has in store for my reading. Last year I read 115 books, which is more than I've ever read before! I'm setting my goal this year at 52, which amounts to one book a week. As I listen to quite a few audiobooks, I … Continue reading 21 Books I Want To Read in 2021
Hello and welcome to a my second instalment of Audiobook Spotlight. My aim is to share my love of audiobooks give them a review! I genuinely believe audiobooks are a legitimate form of reading and are really accessible to lots of people. Buying an audiobook is really expensive; however, many libraries now have digital catalogues … Continue reading Audiobook Spotlight #2
Hello and welcome to a new edition to my blog - Audiobook Spotlight! A large amount of what I've read this year has been in audiobook form. I love listening to audiobooks and have done since a child and I definitely think it counts as reading. As a result, I've been inspired to add a … Continue reading Audiobook Spotlight #1
It's that time of the week again - WWW Wednesday! In the last week there was been a little bit of progress in my reading. I've managed to tick a few things off my list, but like most readers, my TBR never seems to go down! Should I go on a book buying ban in … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 9th December
When I was little, after my mum stopped reading me bedtime stories, I found solace in audiobooks. My favourites that I would just listen to again and again were Harry Potter (read by Stephen Fry), the dramatisation of The Twins at St Clare's by Enid Blyton and Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver (read by the … Continue reading Yes, Audiobooks DO Count!
Hello and welcome to my stop on the #damppebblesblogtours for The Heat by Sean O'Leary! Synopsis Jake is a loner who works nights in a Darwin motel and lives at the YMCA. He’s in love with Angel, a Thai prostitute who works out of the low-rent Shark Motel. A vicious murder turns Jake’s life into … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Heat by Sean O’Leary
Hello and welcome to my stop on the #damppebblesbogtours for The Wrong Sort To Die by Paula Harmon! Synopsis June 1910.Fighting her corner in a man’s world, Dr Margaret Demeray works as a pathologist in a London hospital for the poor. Suppressing her worry that she’s breaching confidentiality, Margaret gives a stranger called Fox information … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Wrong Sort To Die by Paula Harmon
I've seen so many WWW Wednesday posts on Twitter and blogs recently that I've been inspired to do my own this week! I'm currently participating in the Clear Ur Shit readthon to get through some of my backlog but I must admit the temptation of library books, ARCs and cheap Kindle books have been leading … Continue reading WWW Wednesday -11th November