Waiting on Wednesday: A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Waiting on Wednesday: A Curse So Dark and Lonely A Curse so Dark and Lonely Written by Brigid Kemmerer 496 pages Published by Bloomsbury Publication date: 29th January 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Fall in love, break the curse. It once seemed so easy to Prince Rhen, the heir to Emberfall. Cursed by a powerful enchantress…

Multilingual flashcard: Music

Music in 10 languages What is your favourite type of music? Do you listen to music every day? Music has been a part of human culture for at least 40, 000 years, based on archaeological remains of instruments and it still remains an important part of many cultures and lives. Various studies have suggested that…

Book Review: Bestiary

Bestiary Written by Christopher Masters 256 pages Published by Thames & Hudson in collaboration with the British Museum Publication date: 16th October 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): Drawing on the world-leading scholarship and vast collections of the British Museum, Bestiary is a wonderful visual, thematic exploration of animals—real, surreal, and imaginary—as depicted on beautiful ritual objects…

Multilingual flashcard: Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day in 10 languages They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. For the Fallen, by Robert Laurence Binyon Today we celebrate 100 years since the…

Six for Sunday: Author Collaborations I would love to see

Six for Sunday: Author Collaborations I would love to see This is a tricky one again this week… I know that Alwyn Hamilton’s new book is set at a similar time period to Melinda Salisbury’s State of Sorrow, though in a different part of the world. They briefly toyed with the idea of a crossover…

Two books about World War One

Originally posted on Book Murmuration:
Reviews: Short titles about World War One.  White Feather by Catherine And David MacPhail The Great War is over but the grief has just begun. Tony’s brother Charlie did not return from the front. Instead of dying a hero’s death, Charlie was shot as a traitor for deserting his post.…

Bare Your Bookshelf

Bare Your Bookshelf I spotted this over on Kacey’s blog @ Tales of a Bibliophile and thought it looked like fun! Feel free to have a go if you like! This tag was originally posted by Cait at PaperFury. BOOK YOU OWN BUT HAVEN’T READ YET Um, you’re not actually asking for a list, are…

Author Interview: S.A Patrick

Originally posted on Golden Books Girl:
Hello everybody! Today, I’m really excited to welcome S.A Patrick, author of the fanatstic A Darkness of Dragons, for an interview! Onto the post! 1. First, can you please describe what A Darkness of Dragons is about in 5 words or less? Pied Piper: The True Story 2. The…

Waiting on Wednesday: Once Upon A River

Waiting on Wednesday: Once Upon A River Once Upon a River Written by Diane Setterfield 480 pages Published by Doubleday Publication date: 17th January 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): A dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the Thames. The regulars are entertaining themselves by telling stories when the door bursts open on an injured…

Cover Reveal: Zero Repeat Forever (+Giveaway!)

Zero Repeat Forever Cover Reveal Today I am delighted to be joining with Gabrielle Prendergast and Rockstar Book Tours to reveal the cover for Zero Repeat Forever, Gabrielle’s new Sci-Fi book, which releases Summer 2019! Check out the awesome cover and summary in this post. On to the reveal! About The Book: Title: ZERO REPEAT FOREVER…

Book Review: Where the What If Roams

Where the What If Roams and the Moon is Louise Armstrong Written by Esther Krivda 668 pages Publication date: 27th January 2017 Published by Wobble Hill Press Summary (from Goodreads): Sophia Oomla leaves the talking world. When her teacher calls on her. When her classmates speak to her. But at midnight, when no one can…

Six for Sunday: Dream Bookish Events

Six for Sunday: Dream Bookish Events Welcome back for another week of #SixforSunday! This week the prompt is Dream Bookish Events. It seems like it will be a tough one! I have only recently started attending bookish events and am still too nervous a lot of the time to go up and introduce myself to…