Topic: Favourite SFF Cover Art This one should be fun! Who doesn’t love browsing beautiful covers! Update: I was halfway through writing this post and I got a call with some sad news about a family member so at the moment this isn’t complete. I’m sorry I will try to complete it by the end of… Continue reading #T5W – 3rd May
GENERAL UPDATE ON MONTH INCLUDING PERSONAL. HAVE I WORKED TOWARD ANY YEARLY GOALS ETC? Read this Month: Little Women – Louuisa May Alcott 3 Word Review: Charming. Warm. Surprising Full Review Circus Mirandus – Cassie Beasley 3 Word Review: Magical, heart-warming & intriguing. Full Review: Link or when it’s scheduled Love, & You – Gretchen Gomez 3 Word Review:… Continue reading April 2017 – Wrap Up!
22nd February to 5th April ~ Physical ~ Link to Goodreads Synopsis: Do you believe in magic? Micah Tuttle does. Even though his awful Great-Aunt Gertrudis doesn’t approve, Micah believes in the stories his dying Grandpa Ephraim tells him of the magical Circus Mirandus: the invisible tiger guarding the gates, the beautiful flying birdwoman, and the… Continue reading Circus Mirandus – Cassie Beasley
Topic: Authors You Want to Read More From This one should be a pretty easy one for me to do! I’m sure I have a list as long as my arm of authors I want to read more of! Click the Author Name to be linked through to their Goodreads profile. 1. Charlotte Bronte Charlotte Bronte… Continue reading #T5W – 26th April
Cosy Reading Night is a 3hour read-a-thon of sorts hosted/created by booktuber Lauren from Lauren and the books. I haven’t taken part in the previous two just because I wasn’t aware they were happening but I was determined to take part in this one! I love the Idea of this so much because there is… Continue reading Cosy Reading Night – Wrap Up
14th March to 3rd April ~ Audio ~ Link to Goodreads Synopsis: Little Women is the heartwarming story of the March family that has thrilled generations of readers. It is the story of four sisters–Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth– and of the courage, humor and ingenuity they display to survive poverty and the absence of… Continue reading Little Women – Louisa May Alcott
Topic: Books That Would Make Good Video Games This was such a tricky topic! I grew up with two massive gamer brothers (one even studied Games Design at Uni) but not even that could really prepare me for the trickiness of this weeks topic 🙂 I only managed 4 but I didn’t want to just… Continue reading #T5W – 12th April 2017