I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC copy of Lost Frequencies to review. As with all my book reviews I will begin with general information and a short synopsis before sharing my thoughts. I hope you enjoy! TITLE: Lost Frequencies AUTHOR: Caitlyn Lynagh PUBLISHED: November 19th 2019 PUBLISHER: Outlet Publishing SYNOPSIS Step into the world of Iyeeka,… Continue reading A book review: Lost Frequencies (ARC)
A little while ago I wrote a post titled Are book covers important, or is it only the story that matters? When I finished writing that it made me question how important is the title of a book? Does it directly affect whether people will read it or not? Personally, I think the title of… Continue reading How important is the title of a book?
If you're not new to this blog then you will already be aware of how much I love books and reading. You will also be aware that I gave birth to my first child in May this year. I would love for my daughter to grow up enjoying books as much as I do, and… Continue reading Reading with my daughter
2019 is quickly disappearing, so whilst it's still kind of, (but not quite) at the mid point of the year I thought I would share with you my top entertainment picks for the first half of 2019. Keep reading to find out my favourite books, films, and TV shows that I have watched/read in the… Continue reading My top entertainment picks from the first half of 2019
This is a question that I have been thinking about lately. Not long ago I would have said with absolute certainty that the cover of a book is not at all important and it is only the words inside that matter. But then I created my profile on Instagram and things started to change. I discovered… Continue reading Are book covers important, or is it only the story that matters?
Do you have rituals that you follow when it comes to reading? This is something that I hadn't thought about until recently when I sat down to read a book and had barely got one paragraph in when I realised that something wasn't right. What was it? I hadn't made a drink. Sounds silly I… Continue reading Reading rituals
I like to keep up with what is going on in the world. I read or watch the news daily, and whilst I might not be able to talk in depth about all topics (far from it), I do pride myself on having basic knowledge on the important stuff. It's not just the 'regular' news… Continue reading Guilty pleasure ‘news stories’
Are you familiar with the word? If not, it's a noun, meaning the desire to collect as many books as possible. I was going to ask are you a victim? But the word victim makes it sound bad doesn't it. Is it a bad thing? To collect more and more books? What do you think?… Continue reading Bibliomania
Everybody has books that they remember reading as a child, books that were special then and stay special now. Have you thought about which books they are for you? I was thinking about this recently and it got me all nostalgic, and left me desperate to get some copies of ones that made the list… Continue reading My most memorable childhood stories
The Handmaid's Tale is a book that I received as a gift a long time ago, found a spot on my bookshelf for and then forgot about. That was, until the beginning of this year when I was looking through my books and making a list of the main ones that were on my unread list… Continue reading A book review: The Handmaid’s Tale