Charity Shop & Heffers Book Haul!

Every time I'm back from university me and my mum always go to Emmaus, that are a charity with a room full of books, all at 75p each. We usually come out with a massive bag of books between us, and I'm managed to get some amazing books there. So here's my haul from my … Continue reading Charity Shop & Heffers Book Haul!

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Looking back on March!

I started this blog this month, so it's been a really great experience getting stuck in, writing reviews and getting some wonderful followers both here and on Twitter. As for Twitter, I started tweeting in late Feb and I now have over 120 followers already! It's also been a continuation of my NetGalley introduction, and … Continue reading Looking back on March!

REVIEW: The Medusa Chronicles by Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds

Thank you to NetGalley and Orion Publishing Group for accepting me for this ARC! I came at this novel at a bit of a disadvantage. I haven't read Meetings with Medusa or any of Arthur C. Clarke's work (it's something I'm hoping to remedy soon). However, although it was a bit of an overload of information … Continue reading REVIEW: The Medusa Chronicles by Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds

COVER REVEAL: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

I've had the pleasure of being contacted by Hodder & Stoughton about Laini Taylor's new book, Strange the Dreamer. For people not so familiar with Taylor's work, she wrote the bestselling series Daughter of Smoke and Bone! So with great excitement, the cover and prologue are being revealed today! Personally, I'm really looking forward to … Continue reading COVER REVEAL: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

REVIEW: You can’t bury them all by Patrick Woodcock

Thank you so much to NetGalley and ECW Press for giving me access to this book early! I don't usually read this type of poetry. I favor spoken word, and that may be why certain aspects of this collection didn't really grip me. First off, however, Patrick Woodcock's style of writing is wonderful. It's deep … Continue reading REVIEW: You can’t bury them all by Patrick Woodcock