Happy Christmas readers! Last year I did a unsponsored post showcasing different Christmas gifts to give your bookish friend or family member (or.. you know... yourself ;)). This year I undergo the same online shopping cart journey. So here are the Top 10 Bookish Gifts for Xmas 2020! These suggestions are in no particular order … Continue reading Top 10 Bookish Gifts for Xmas 2020
Hello all readers! I saw this tag on Evie Jayne's magnificent website. It's a book tag inspired by our 2020 situation.... Covid-19. If you went into quarantine or lockdown you will understand these prompts and if you are currently in quarantine or lockdown you may be experiencing these prompts. Rules1. Tag the original tag creator … Continue reading Book Tag: Stay At Home
Hi readers! It's now the end of September and this is part two of my coffee readathon reads. Thanks to Haley and Jayati for organizing this and putting it together, you guys are great! Here's my finished and filled rewards card. Woop woop! The Prompts - The Books Crazy Rich Asians Stars: ⭐️⭐️2/5Days Taken To … Continue reading The Coffee Readathon: Part 2 ft. a full rewards card!
Thanks to Haley and Jayati for putting on this coffee themed readathon! Here I will be adding a brief review of each book and a star rating! Stay tuned for more updates. I will be reviewing all fully at a later stage. Check out my earlier coffee posts here and here. The Coffee-inspired Prompts & … Continue reading The Coffee Readathon: Part 1
Hi all! The Coffee Readathon, hosted by Jayati and Haley is starting soon (1 September) so it's time to disclose my intentions for reads. Note that these are tentative intentions and may change (especially if I can't get a hold of the book). Pin This! I own some of these but others I will have … Continue reading The Coffee Readathon: My TBRs
Hi everyone! Guess what... I'm participating in my first ever readathon. It's The Coffee Readthon hosted by Haley @ The Caffeinated Reader and Jayati @ The Coffee Addicted Bibliophile. I was inspired to try this readathon as the prompts would encourage me to read books I wouldn't usually read. The funny thing is though.... I … Continue reading The Coffee Readathon
5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ❤️ Epic featuring wardrobes, lampposts and lions. The Blurb Journeys to the end of the world, fantastic creatures, and epic battles between good and evil—what more could any reader ask for in one book? The book that has it all is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, written in 1949 by Clive … Continue reading Book Review: The Chronicles of Narnia ft. a full book-by-book scrutiny
I have always been fascinated in history and when I saw this tag on Kristin Kraves Books I knew I just had to do it. It was originally created by Books Michelle. The Stone Age: one of the first books you remember reading I loved Geronimo Stilton books when I was young. I'd say they … Continue reading Book Tag: Ancient History
Welcome to another exciting book tag that I saw on Kristin Kraves Books. This is one all about making a prediction as to your next few reads. I generally don't think ahead too much when it comes to reading so this might be a bit of a challenge for me. Rules Pingback to the creator … Continue reading Book Tag: Prediction Book Tag
3/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Cold FBI thriller with tech twist. The Blurb Alexandra has just taken charge of her new team, a motley crew of screw-ups at the Arizona Field Office, the latest in a series of forgettable assignments. With a history of rebelling against authority and blunt speaking, she vows to change her ways and make … Continue reading Book Review: The Tech by Mark Ravine
I found this tag on kristin Kraves Books. I love the idea of second-best as we hear a lot about what is on the top of our lists - but what about our seconds! On with the tag! ***UPDATE: This tag was meant to be posted a few weeks ago so is a little out … Continue reading Book Tag: Two Books, One stone
5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️❤️ Adopted girl. Extensive vocabulary. Auburn hair. The Blurb: The Cuthberts are in for a shock. They are expecting an orphan boy to help with the work at Green Gables – but a skinny red-haired girl turns up instead. Highly spirited Anne Shirley charms her way into the Cuthberts' affection with her vivid imagination … Continue reading Book Review: Anne of Green Gables ft. a calming read in an otherwise distressing time
I saw this tag on Kristen Kraves Books, thank you Kristen, and knew I just had to do it. I love recommending books and want to help spread this tag. Although some of the books are my 'anti-recommendations' ie. books I actually didn't enjoy that much but have included in this tag. (anti-recommendations is not … Continue reading Book Tag: The Ultimate Recommendations
Thanks to the lovely people who actually voted (you know who you are) in my poll last week about changing my book review titles! And guess what! It's my one-year blog anniversary today! So much has happened in one year its shocking. But this blog has grown in content and readers so thank you for … Continue reading Update: Book Review Title Poll Results
Hi again Readers! The topic for today’s Let’s Talk Bookish, a weekly meme hosted by Eternity Books is… March 13: What's Your Favorite Way of Reading a Book? Well to start I am going to make a bit of a categorical list because this means I can fully explore all aspects of this question. And … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: What’s Your Favorite Way of Reading a Book?
Hi readers! I will be posting again later in the week but I just wanted your opinion on something... Let's hope this works this time!! A quick poll: Book Review Titles Many book bloggers have changed the titles of their posts from the standard, 'Book Review: Book A' to 'Book Review: Book A ft. me … Continue reading Update: A quick poll
Hi again Readers! The topic for today's Let's Talk Bookish, a weekly meme hosted by Eternity Books is... February 28th Topic: What are your thoughts regarding reading challenges? I have taken part in the Goodreads Reading Challenge where you choose a goal of the number of books you would like to read this year and … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: Reading Challenges
Thanks so much Eternity Books! I am quite chuffed at my little site My Addiction To Fiction. I reckon it's pretty neat and I do my best to keep it organized and interesting. Rules: Display the Award Logo.Thank the blogger who nominated you and post a link to their blog.Answer the questions of the one … Continue reading Book Tag: The Real Neat Blog Award
Hello, today is my very first Let's Talk Bookish post hosted by Eternity Books. February 7th Topic: How many POVs is too many? Firstly for clarity's sake POVs = Point of Views. To be quite honest I don't mind a book with multiple Point of Views, one POV (a book written in first person) or … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: How many POVs is too many?
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ❤️ 5/5 Book club member sends letter. Awe-inspiring! The Blurb: I wonder how the book got to Guernsey? Perhaps there is some sort of secret homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers." January 1946: London is emerging from the shadow of the Second World War, and writer Juliet Ashton is … Continue reading Book Review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society