Some could say that I’ve completely lost the plot and have gone mad buying great quantities of books. I’m not sure I would disagree. I have another MASSIVE haul to share with you today and I’m really excited about all these books! Continue reading
One can never have enough books, so let’s look at all the new goodies we can buy THIS month. We’ve had a fantastic run of amazing releases latetly, and January certainly isn’t letting us down. There are a SLEW of great reads coming our way – so ready your purses: it’s time to shop. Continue reading
2018 is done! Which means you have the delightful chance to see what I got up to in the final month of that year and I’ll soon be coming out with my wrap-up for the whole year itself. I can’t wait!
Given that I was perfectly on time last month with getting this post to you, obviously that meant this month I would leave it until a good way into December. But that’s okay, because you know what? I’m still very excited about all the books we’re getting in December and I want to make sure YOU also have all of these on your wishlist! Continue reading
intro by Sarah from Siege Media
When was the last time you checked a book out of the library?
If it’s difficult for you to recall the last time you even stepped foot inside of a library, you’re not alone. With ebooks and book delivery services widely available, it’s easy to forget that the library is still a great resource for finding the perfect read. And let’s not forget, it’s free!
Centuries ago, libraries were one of the only places with collections of documents free to peruse. It was a place that molded some of the greatest minds. Oldest recently published a visual that breaks down some of the most invaluable libraries in the world, dating back to the 6th century.
Which library is on your bucket list? Continue reading
intro by Emma @ invaluable.com
With Halloween just gone and NaNoWriMo upon us, there’s no better time than the present to explore the genre of Gothic literature. It’s truly one of the eeriest, darkest forms of literature. The term first appeared in Horace Walpole’s 1764 book, The Castle of Otranto, and since, notable authors like Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, Ann Radcliffe, and many others have been gracing us with mystifying stories. While each takes on its own style, Gothic novels incorporate certain, specific elements to ensure the plot is truly captivating. Continue reading
I was almost hesitant to write this post because of how many books I ended up buying / requesting last month when I did this – * uneasy laughter in the distance*. So I’m hoping that as I write this post today I show some self-control and say, you know what, I think I have enough books (unlikely). Continue reading