Autumn Beauty, Books and Big Screen Gems

Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year. I know lots of people aren’t a fan of the cooler weather and early dark nights, but I love hunkering down under a cosy blanket with a mug of hot…

South Korean books and Japanese novellas: Sept Wrap Up

It’s October already, so here’s a round up of my September reads! As I’ve been doing my Autumn is for Asia challenge, everything I’ve read this month has been set in Asia and written by an Asian author. This month’s…

Autumn Favourites Every Bookworm Will Love

It’s autumn already! I love this time of year. There’s crunchy leaves on the ground, sunshine and cool breezes, woolly layers and spiced drinks everywhere! If you’re feeling sad about the darker evenings and colder weather, don’t be! As well…

Mourning Dove: An Interview with the Author

At the start of 2018, I vowed to expand my reading horizons and try books I wouldn’t have previously considered. As if by fate, I spotted a sign up form for a Book Tour for Mourning Dove by Claire Fullerton,…

June Wrap Up – Books, TV, and things that make me happy!

June’s been another funny old month, going from 0 to 60 seemingly every other day! That said, I did manage to read a fair amount in the days that were closer to 0! One of my favourite new discoveries (other…

Recipes for the Bookworm in the Kitchen

Have you ever read a book and ended up salivating about the food they’re describing? I have, more times than I can count! Since it’s my birthday today and I’ve been enjoying a gorgeous lemon drizzle letterbox cake from Baker…

May Wrap Up: Books, movies, and TV!

May was a weird month – I went from a reading slump lasting weeks to reading 6 books, which is a lot for me considering I normally do around 4 a month! (Find out how I kicked my slump’s butt!)…

13 Reasons Why “13 Reasons Why” Didn’t Need a Sequel

*Warning: spoilers ahead for 13 Reasons Why seasons 1 and 2!* If you haven’t heard about 13 Reasons Why by now, you must have been living under a rock. Season 1 of the TV adaptation of Jay Asher’s YA novel was talked…

What Are You Reading Wednesday: The Woman in Cabin 10

It’s What Are You Reading Wednesday once again! It’s been a while since I read a thriller like this. I’ve been reading quite an eclectic mix of everything this year, from Always and Forever, Lara Jean to Stephen King’s It. The book I’ve been…

What Are You Reading Wednesday: Bloggers and Bookstagrammers!

This week’s What Are You Reading Wednesday is brought to you by my fellow bloggers and bookstagrammers! The best thing about finding out what everyone else is reading is that I can add loads of books to my “to be…

Check out what we're all reading this week!

How to Beat a Reading Slump

According to the dictionary, the definition of irony is “a state of affairs that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often wryly amusing as a result.” If you look it up, you’ll find a picture of a…


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