So, today I'm unboxing the July Book Box Club and this months theme is I Love UK YA. This is my second month and I'm super excited to get stuck in! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jUDfL9CiEk I Love Books Flag by Jay and Boo Declare your status as a bona fide book-lover by flying this felt flag high on… Continue reading || July Unboxing | Book Box Club | I Love UK YA ||
So, it's Friday and I'm not sure if you have noticed but every other Friday I try to post the next instalment of my ABC Book Challenge. As usual I'm just too nice to you guys and the titles are linked to their Goodreads page for you to find out more and maybe add them… Continue reading ABC Book Challenge | F |
Beautiful Bad by Annie WardYou Have A Very Soft Voice, Susan by Susan FenstenStalker by Lars KeplerDarke Blood by Lee Hall Alabaster Alibi by S.D. BrownThe Boy In Headlights by Samuel Bjork Nordic NoirWhat's on my NetGalley Shelf?WWW Wednesday #1ABC Book Challenge 'A'The Sunday PostStalker - Lars Kepler ReviewDown The TBR Hole #1You Have A… Continue reading Wrapping Up March
So, as you can probably tell this post is a little different than usual, I moved to Liverpool to study criminal justice at uni about 5/6 years ago now and decided that I wanted to make it my home. So this weekend we went back to my mums for the the night and I left… Continue reading Beautiful Reader’s Digest Editions
So today, as you can tell from the title, I am reviewing my first ever cozy mystery. "Dear Allie, If you're reading this letter, it means I'm dead and that Alex has finally found you"
So as my addiction to buying books seems to increase I have become even more obsessed with getting bargains! I like getting as many books as possible for very little money. Take this picture of ten books, guess how much the bundle of them cost... £2 yes that's right these 10 amazing books for just… Continue reading Diving into Nordic Noir
Happy New Year Readers. I am dreaming of this Toffee Nut Latte from Starbucks again! So, anyway. I have just finished The Child by Fiona Barton and I have had to pick my jaw up from the floor. What a twist! Normally from halfway through books I usually have an idea of what I believe… Continue reading The Child