Book Tag: 3 Bookish Things

I found this Book Tag through Millay’s Musings post. 1. How many books are too many books in a series? I don’t think there is a set number to be honest. The most important thing is that the books continue to be good and different. There is nothing worse than a series continuing but justContinue reading “Book Tag: 3 Bookish Things”

Anticipated Reads – April 2021

Just a quick blog to let you know what books I will be reading this month. These are reviews that have been requested by the Author’s plus books I have on my bookshelf too. I might not be able to read all of them this month as I’ve got work, uni and other things goingContinue reading “Anticipated Reads – April 2021”

Book Tag: 3 Bookish Things

I found this Book Tag through Millay’s Musings post. The Rules: The post doesn’t seem to have any rules, but I’m going to tag as many of my fellow book bloggers as possible 🙂 I won’t be offended if you don’t answer the questions yourself and if you don’t want to be tagged in futureContinue reading “Book Tag: 3 Bookish Things”

Interview with an Author: Charis Bell

I’m here today with the absolutely wonderful and talented Charis Bell. Charis is the author of two amazing , romantic novels; The Peasant’s Choice and Ridiculously Proud: Diary of a Diva. Thank you so much for joining me today Charis. After reading your novels I am extremely excited for more. Though I loved The Peasant’sContinue reading “Interview with an Author: Charis Bell”

Book Tag: Meet The Book Blogger

I found this Book Tag through Frappes and Fiction‘s post. The Rules: You can nominate 10 other bloggers & should keep the same questions The Questions: 1) Who is your all-time favorite book character? I love so many book characters, but my favorite would have to be Lucius Septimus from the Afterlife Saga and Transfusion Saga.Continue reading “Book Tag: Meet The Book Blogger”

The Peasant’s Choice by Charis Bell: A Book Review

Blurb: One small choice can forever change a life. Wilber is a quiet but loyal orphan with physical and emotional scars. He has chosen to be silent. Frederick is a naïve but kind prince. He has chosen never to wear his crown. One shared, tragic past explains both their choices. Caught in the middle ofContinue reading “The Peasant’s Choice by Charis Bell: A Book Review”

Watchers in the Night by Jenna Black: A Book Review

#1 of The Guardians of the Night Series Blurb: They hunt in every major city, hidden by the crows, shielded by disbelief. They are Killers, and their prey is human. But not all vampires are Killers. The Guardians of the Night sacrifice the superior physical and psychic strength that comes with feeding on humans toContinue reading “Watchers in the Night by Jenna Black: A Book Review”

TBR Pile A – Z Part 4

I have over 600 books on my TBR pile! Here is one book per letter of the alphabet (by author surname). U – Louise Ure – The Fault Tree Blurb: Arizona auto mechanic Cadence Moran is no stranger to darkness. She was blinded in a horrific car accident eight years ago that also took theContinue reading “TBR Pile A – Z Part 4”

TBR Pile A – Z Part 3

I have over 600 books on my TBR pile! Here is one book per letter of the alphabet (by author surname). O – Brian O’Hare – Fallen Men Blurb: A young priest’s life spirals out of control when long-submerged memories of childhood abuse begin to surface. He seeks solace in a friendship with a beautifulContinue reading “TBR Pile A – Z Part 3”

TBR Pile A – Z Part 2

I have over 600 books on my TBR pile! Here is one book per letter of the alphabet (by author surname). H – Stacey Hall – The Familiars Blurb: Young Fleetwood Shuttleworth, a noblewoman, is with child again. None of her previous pregnancies have borne fruit, and her husband, Richard, is anxious for an heir.Continue reading “TBR Pile A – Z Part 2”

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