HAPPY VIPERTHON MONTH EVERYONE!! Tis the holy month of Vulture release by the ever wonderful Bex Hogan, and to celebrate this glorious occasion, I am involved in hosting a readathon inspired by the world itself. If you want to know more information, you can check out my blog post all about it here: Viper-thon Announcement. … Continue reading My Viper-thon TBR
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE ON THE VIPER-THON? So what is the Viper-thon? To celebrate the release of Vulture, the third book in the Isles of Storms and Sorrow series by Bex Hogan, I have the utter joy of hosting a readathon for the month of April all based on Bex's amazing world! The aim: … Continue reading Viper-thon announcement!
During Easter weekend, the brilliant Kate (of Reading Through Infinity fame) was hosting the #EasterReadathon. I don't know if I ever officially signed up... I didn't have a TBR. I'm very much a mood reader. However... I had a VERY productive #EasterReadathon, so I thought I would share the books I read with their synopsis and … Continue reading #EasterReadathon round up
Wonder Woman: Warbringer - adventure filled, witty and fast paced "She will become a legend but first she is Diana, Princess of the Amazons. And her fight is just beginning... Diana is desperate to prove herself to her warrior sisters. But when the opportunity comes, she throws away her chance at glory and breaks Amazon law … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Leigh Bardugo
So... it's back to school day today! I thought I would keep the cheer up by sharing the amazing books that I read over the Summer holidays! I got to read some absolute corkers - both YA and MG books! Highlights: One of Us Is Lying - I absolutely loved this! It was fast paced … Continue reading Summer holiday wrap up!
Bank Holiday Monday is a perfect time to start a readathon! Luckily the wonderful Rachel (the #SundayYA boss lady) has started a brilliant Sunday YA readathon and I am excited about it! She created this incredible bingo board style mission! I'm going across the middle! There's so many ways I could've gone! I have about … Continue reading #SundayYAthon TBR
It's that time again, April has come and gone! This year is flying by! We're in the final term... (as a teacher, I count my life in terms ha! This means I have only 1 term until I start training... this makes me wanna vomit. We will get to that in a future blog post!) … Continue reading April Books
This Easter weekend was my 2nd (maybe 3rd?) time of joining in a SundayYAthon and I loved it! For those of you who don't know, #SundayYA is a chat that happens every Sunday between 6 and 7pm and I love it. We've had all sorts of chats over the past few weeks and it's ran … Continue reading SundayYAthon at Easter!
Winterkill: seductive, nervy and enthralling. Friday saw the start of the #SundayYAthon... where we have to read as many books as we can in a weekend! I was travelling to London to meet a pocket friend of mine (see: amazing online friend) and was reading Orangeboy on the way down (as book 1 of #SundayYAthon) … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: KATE A BOORMAN
I'll Be Home For Christmas: honest, frank and emotive. This collection of poems and stories by some of the leading UK YA authors is a brilliant book and it's for a BRILLIANT cause - with each book that's bought a donation is given to Crisis. Lovely idea. Well done Stripes publishing! This collection is all … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Tom Becker