6 Mystery Novels You Should Read

I never consider myself much of a mystery reader, but some of my favourite books fall under that category! So I thought it was worthwhile today to reflect on some of my favourites that range from thoroughly flummoxing me to having me in stitches with a sassy narrator. Have you read any of them? Everyone … Continue reading 6 Mystery Novels You Should Read

A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas | Book Review

【 A COURT OF SILVER FLAMES】 Book #4 in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series ★★ This was a hot, steaming pile of a mess. Genre: Fantasy, EroticaAuthor: Sarah J. MaasPublished: February 2021Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 768 (paperback) deep, tired sigh I have many thoughts about this book, but I think I'll start by saying … Continue reading A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas | Book Review

Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf | Book Review

【 BRING ME THEIR HEARTS 】 ★★★★★ Amazing. The feisty enemies to lovers you need in your life. Genre: Fantasy, Young AdultAuthor: Sara WolfPublished: June 2018Publisher: Entangled TeenPages: 400 (paperback) I had been recommended this book a lot before picking it up – and rightly so. This was so good! I'm obsessed. I really am … Continue reading Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf | Book Review

4 Underrated Fantasy Books

There's so much fantasy out there that gets lost in the endless volumes of its peers, so I thought it would be fun today to look at 4 fantasy books that I personally think are underrated. And all of which you'd thoroughly enjoy reading, of course. Grave Mercy I'm opening up with the most popular … Continue reading 4 Underrated Fantasy Books

13 Sequels I Can’t Wait to Read

Each year, I add sequels to books I've read to a shelf I've created on Goodreads called 'sequels to buy'. Then, as a fun Christmas treat, I do one big, exciting haul at the end of the year and order in all the sequels I've flagged to buy. Cannot recommend this enough as an exciting … Continue reading 13 Sequels I Can’t Wait to Read

Top 7 Reads of 2022 So Far

Can you believe we're halfway through 2022? It's crazy! This year has been a great year of reading for me, it's looking possible that I might hit 100 books in this year – which has been a dream of mine for YEARS! It would be so exciting to read that much. So I wanted to … Continue reading Top 7 Reads of 2022 So Far

Egyptian Mythology in Reignited | Book Review

【 REIGNITED 】 ★★★★ This was quite the exciting romp through some Egyptian mythology. Genre: Mythology, Young Adult, FantasyAuthor: Colleen HouckPublished: February 2017Publisher: CreatespacePages: 224 (paperback) Being one of my favourite authors, I was so excited to pick up this novella in Houck's Reawakened series, but quickly found that I couldn't remember much from the … Continue reading Egyptian Mythology in Reignited | Book Review

5 Books to Get You Through a Break-Up

Break-ups are the worst, and several years ago I experience one myself and it sucked. But thankfully books made it less sucky. Today I want to share with you a list of books that dulled the pain of it for me, in case they help you! Now I am by no means a professional in … Continue reading 5 Books to Get You Through a Break-Up

6 Queer Books on My TBR I Can’t WAIT to Read

If there's something I love more than romance in fiction, it's queer romance. Many of my favourite couples fall into the queer category so there's got to be something to that! And I'm forever excited about eventually getting around to these books on my TBR, so I thought we could take a look at six … Continue reading 6 Queer Books on My TBR I Can’t WAIT to Read

Whodunnit in Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone | Book Review

【 EVERYONE IN MY FAMILY HAS KILLED SOMEONE 】 ★★★★★ Agatha Christie has taken a bow, and Benjamin Stevenson has stepped on stage. Genre: MysteryAuthor: Benjamin StevensonPublished: March 2022Publisher: Penguin Random HousePages: 384 (paperback) Massive thank you to Penguin for a copy for review Sign me up for every book that Stevenson writes from this … Continue reading Whodunnit in Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone | Book Review