Last year I decided to have a look at my overflowing bookshelves and pick out some books that had been there for ages that I was going to finally make the effort to read. My thought process was that if I wrote and published a post then I would be far more likely to pick them… Continue reading The books I plan on reading this year (2020)
Way back in August 2019, (I say way back because doesn't the summer seem a million years ago now?!) I shared with you my top entertainment picks from the first half of 2019 and in the interest of continuity I thought it only right that as 2019 has now ended I share my favourites from… Continue reading My top entertainment picks from the second half of 2019
I think it's fair to say that we all have somebody that we would class as the reason why we love reading. I know I do anyway. For me that person is my mum. Now, don't get me wrong, both my parents read to me and with me as I was growing up but it's… Continue reading Discovering my mother’s favourite books
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?