Books I Want to Read But Don’t Want to Read Yet…

Books I Want to Read But Don’t Want to Read Yet… Hello everybody and Happy Thursday! Today, I’m going to be doing the Books I Want to Read tag, which I found on Amy’s blog. @GoldenBooksGirl. When I first saw this title I simply thought, “What? Don’t you mean every book that has been written,…

March Round-Up

March Round-Up March was a very quiet month for me on the blog because I wasn’t here at all! Having moved into our house at the end of February and going back to work too soon before I had fully recovered, most days were spent sleeping after getting in from work. Here’s hoping that April…

February Round-Up

February Round-Up Yes, I know that this is very very late (it’s April!) but I still wanted to highlight some amazing books I read during this month, even if it was rather a quiet month on the blogging front due to me having surgery and moving house. See my January Round-Up See my round-up for…

How to pick yourself back up after a fall

How to pick yourself back up after a fall Happy Monday everyone! This is my first post in a while and it has been a tough month. How did March treat you? I posted at the end of February about my reasons for taking a break, but I am excited to now be dipping my…

Mini Blogging Break

Mini Blogging Break You may or may not have noticed that I’ve not been around much this week.Life is busy and blogging is something that often has to fit around that busy life. I think that bloggers often worry about taking blogging breaks because it can feel like you’re losing your audience, or you’re letting…

The Funny Thing about Funny Books

Originally posted on Library Girl and Book Boy:
Those of you who follow my blog or engage with me on Twitter will know that I am passionate about children’s books, all children’s books, and the power they have to transform a child’s life.  There are few more powerful things parents can do for their children…

Review: The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford

Originally posted on Book Murmuration:
Review: The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford ? Extract: So that was it. Damage done. I had started the end of the world. Obviously, I didn’t know it at the time. I’ve kept the secret until now: how I handled the tennis ball that was infected with…

January Round-Up

January Round-Up The first month of the New year has swooped past! How has your January been? Are you still keeping up your resolutions or do you need a reset? See my round-up for 2018, 2018 Blogging Stats or 2019 Goals. Books read Total: 35 Picture books: 17 Graphic novels: 0 Middle Grade: 6 Young…

Six for Sunday: Bookish Hates

Six for Sunday: Bookish Hates Welcome back to another week of #SixForSunday (The books in the image above contain characters I dislike, but I actually love all of the books! I hope nobody thinks that they are my bookish hates…) The theme for his week is Bookish Hates. As I love books I found this…

Author Interview: Akemi Dawn Bowman

Read this fantastic interview and then go and read Akemi’s books! I loved Starfish and cannot wait to read Summer Bird Blue and Harley in the Sky! It’s the beginning of 2019 and I’m proud to bring to you my very first author interview! I’ve been so excited to share this with all of you….

Six for Sunday: Bookish Loves

Six for Sunday: Bookish Loves Welcome back to another week of #SixForSunday This week the theme is ‘bookish loves‘ so I’m going to talk about a few things which I adore in books, both in their content and their presentation. Some of these are weirdly specific, but I imagine that we all have our favourite…

Year of the Asian Reading Challenge

Year of the Asian Reading Challenge Why am I attempting to do this reading challenge? I am terrible at completing reading challenges because I am a complete mood reader and therefore struggle to read books as soon as I have told myself that I should read them! However, I am going to make a special…