Today is a day for celebration because I have received my first EVER arc from Goodreads! I didn’t get the email telling me that I had won it, so when it came in the mail I was flabbergasted. I have never won a giveaway from Goodreads let alone an ARC! Anyways, I was so excited to get this that I read it the day that I got it – even though I’m posting this review a month afterwards. Enough about me though. Here’s the review: Read More »
This is a post in which we take a look at some of my brilliant (I’m exaggerating here) goodreads reviews that you might have missed, and see whether I would recommend the books that I’ve read. Featured in this issue are High Rise and the Chaos of Longing. Read More »
Perhaps you’ve clicked on this to point out that the book in the cover picture isn’t Anna and the French Kiss. Don’t worry! I have realised. However, this is also a post is about why I’m not going to read it and so it kind of makes sense that I don’t have the book on hand. After all, why would I spend money on something that I have no intention of reading? If you haven’t clicked because of that, then I apologise. I just needed something to start my post off. I’m quite frankly horrible at introductions.
My first ever wrap up! I know not a lot of people read these (or at least that’s what I’ve garnered from the reactions of other blogs), so thank you for even reading this much of it so far. I’ve tried to make it as repeat as little as possible with the rest of my blog. So, here we go. Read More »
Being a great lover of ice-cream does not excuse us from the undeniable fatigue that one gets after consuming one too many spoonfuls. I apologise if you’re lactose intolerant and have never tasted ice-cream. I would make a joke, but I fear that it would be in poor taste – you never know with the internet these days. However, the point that I am trying to make is that too much of a good thing can become boring. Sickly even. To the point where you no longer want anything to do with what was once your favourite carton on the shelf. That was how I felt with this book. Read More »