Isolation Book Club: June

This is more likely than not the last instalment of Isolation Book Club. I hope other bookworms out there took advantage of the free time we ended up with our hands. At the time of writing, I have read 24 books, 17 of which during the lockdown. As I mentioned before, books have been a... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet

Page Turner now has a new look! Big thanks to Aka for the adorable commission, you did a wonderful job. I'm looking forward to using this more often. Once again, I am kicking myself for not reading this sooner. The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers is a Scifi Space Opera... Continue Reading →

Isolation Book Club: April

Stealing the title from the Reading Glasses podcast, you guys should check them out, they are brilliant. One of the few perks of this quarantine is us bookworms finally have time to crack on with that seemingly infinite to be read list. So if I thought a book wasn't really worth its own Page Turner... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Watership Down

I don't know about you, but I was not planning on spending my Easter Holiday in quarantine. But here we are. Regardless, I hope you are having a lovely Easter Sunday. Watership Down, the film that scarred a thousand childhoods. If you haven't seen it before, or haven't in a while, you should it watch... Continue Reading →

YA or Nay?

When I was trying to get back into reading more often one piece of advice kept popping up, read YA fiction. I read my fair share of young adult fiction when I was a teen like Hunger Games, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and Paper Towns to name some of my favourites from back... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Hobbit

At this rate, being locked in my own home will give me enough time to read all the Lord of the Ring books. Time will tell, and with the official UK Lockdown that started on Monday, looks like I have a nothing but time on my hands. While this was my first time reading the... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Reading

Today is World Book Day! As a bookworm myself I wanted to celebrate the day by writing about the brilliance of books and try to encourage others to read more. So, here we are. Now I know that with a title like The Importance of Reading you expect that I would be preaching about literacy... Continue Reading →

Spring Reading List

Nearing the end of the month, Spring will start. Normally most of the time I use the jar technique to pick a book but I still use my list sometimes. Watership Down I grew up with the animated film and rewatch it around Easter time. So this year, I am finally going to read the... Continue Reading →

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