Since my last 'reading booktubes favourite books' post I’ve made my way through another list and this one is from Alexandra Roselyn! Lexi is truly a joy to watch. She makes incredibly cosy vlogs and really well edited and super helpful recommendation and wrap up videos that cover everything from middle grade to adult books.…
More short book recommendations
Following my last short book recommendations post I have gathered another five brilliant books that I think you’ll love. We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson (146 pages) Perfect for this time of year, We Have Always Lived in the Castle is a sharp little knife of a book that is shrouded…
Autumn graphic novel recommendations
I love graphic novels and have a few spooky season recommendations. Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell In this aesthetic af graphic novel we follow Deja and Josiah on their last night working together at a pumpkin patch theme park - which also happens to be Halloween night! It becomes a night of exploration and adventure as…
Autumn book recommendations
Autumn (or as some say - ‘fall’) is my favourite season. To celebrate the fact that we’re getting closer and closer to September I’m going to do a short series of cozy autumn/fall book recommendations to get you in the spirit of the season. Today we’re starting with my top adult book recommendations. The Haunting…
Reading five Tor.com novellas
As I was scrolling through Goodreads I realised that I’ve read, and want to read, quite a few Tor.com novellas. For those of you who don’t know, Tor.com is the science fiction and fantasy publishing imprint of the Macmillan publishing house. They publish both emerging and well-established authors in both novella and novel format. As…
June wrap-up part two
Following my first June wrap-up, I’m bringing you my least favorite books that I read in the month of June. GIRLS MADE OF SNOW AND GLASS BY MELISSA BASHARDOUST ☆ ☆ This was one of my most highly anticipated releases of 2019 and I was seriously disappointed. Girls Made of Snow and Glass promised to…
Biannual Bibliothon TBR
My reading list for the Winter 2019 Biannual Bibliothon.
Lit chat #5
What is your dream book-to-screen adaptation?
The Night Circus book review
One of my first re-reads of the year!
The Obelisk Gate book review
Warning, this review contains spoilers for The Broken Earth trilogy.