Imagine Me by Tahereh Mafi was book number 26 in this years attempt at the 100 Books in a year challenge (yes, I realise this is doomed) and the final instalment in the Shatter Me Series. … More What I’m Reading- Imagine Me
A rant In defence of being alone in silence. With so much noise in our every day modern lives, is it possible to create our own little oasis of calm? … More The Art of Silence
Number 25 for the year is One of is Lying by Karen M. McManus. This was an impulse amazon purchase after seeing a lot about it online and then having a friend recommended it to me, as it’s not my usual kind of book … More What I’m Reading- One of us is Lying
Recapturing that ‘lost in a book’ feeling as adult is something most book lovers crave but find ourselves experiencing with incredible scarcity. … More Missing that ‘lost in a book’ feeling?
This book, Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare, was number 24 of this years attempt at the 100 books in a year challenge. … More What I’m Reading- Chain of Gold
I have finally finished reading numbers 19-22 of my 100 books in a year challenge with Lady Midnight, Lord of Shadows & Queen of Air and Darkness. … More What I’m Reading- The Dark Artifices
a little free verse poem, by me because it’s been a while since I’ve shared my mediocre poetry! … More Take a deep breath
Yes, that’s right, it’s another book by Cassandra Clare to review! This book was number 18 of the year, very nearly bringing us up to date. … More What I’m Reading- Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy
This gorgeous series by Cassandra Clare were books number 12-17 in the two fold challenge I have set myself of reading 100 books in a year and re- reading all my shadow hunter books. This was meant to be ahead of the release of the latest book Chain of Gold in April but stupid work … More What I’m Reading- The Mortal Instruments
I spend an enormous amount of time scrolling through Pinterest looking at memes about what being a writer means to people, the way other artists view us, the way those less gifted as story tellers view us. The whole thing fascinates me. There are things I do that I never realised were universal to people … More Why do you love writing?