The things book worms want you to know, except they started reading and forgot. … More 10 Book Nerd Confessions
I don’t subscribe to the idea that audio books somehow ‘don’t count’ as reading, or that using them as a way to enjoy literature somehow makes you lesser. I am an avid reader and I will never stop recommending books and reading as a form of entertainment, … More Audio books- do or don’t? Non-reader’s edition
Here’s the part I think you can relate too if you’re reading this. I write because it is a compulsion, there’s something in me that likes to tell stories and always has. … More Why you should be a writer.
I like to read and I have read a lot of books over the years, so what are the five scenes from books I’ve read over the last few years that stick in my head? … More Top 5 book scenes that stayed with me
If you’ve wandered onto TikTok lately, specifically, #booktok, there’s been a lot of posts discussing their favourite cheesy book tropes. So, I thought I’d have a little fun and share some of mine … More Top 5 book tropes that never get old
So for the last two years I’ve tried to complete the 100 books in a year reading challenge and I have epically failed each time! … More 2021 Reading Goals
Number 27 of 100 books in year (i.e. the 100% not going to happen again this year challenge) was The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins. … More What I’m Reading- The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
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
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?