Confessions of a Bookworm Chapter Two

It's been a while since my last confession.  I have to start by saying this, reading has been my best coping mechanism since the pandemic hit. It has been a godsend, a fantastic way to temporarily forget how the world seems to be burning around us lately. At the start of the year, I set... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Stay Sexy And Don’t Get Murdered

Stay Sexy & Don't Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide is a nonfiction book written by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark. The duo is the team behind the popular podcast My Favorite Murder. The book is a hybrid of memoir and advice. Karen and Georgia discuss some of the worst events they went through and advise readers... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Truants

I don't think I have ever felt so conflicted over a book before. The Truants by Kate Weinberg is a contemporary fiction following the story of Jessica Walker, a university student. Jess is studying under a writer she admires and ends up in a small group of charming misfits.  At first, it is a blast but... Continue Reading →

Autumn Reading List 2020

Finally! Autumn is fast approaching and I for one can't wait! It is by far the cosiest season, the prettiest season and all in all my favourite season.  As always, I have already selected a handful of books perfect for the best season.  Not included on the list but worth mentioning in its own right... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Annihilation

As someone who loves Lovecraftian horror, but has already read most of his work, I asked r/suggestmeabook for help. Once again, I was pointed in the right direction and got my hands on a brilliant book. Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer is a Scifi horror novel. The book is an in-world written account of the Biologist of... Continue Reading →

OWLS Book Recommendations

If you follow me on Twitter, chances are you might have spotted my poll I ran in regards to what kind of content folk would like to see here. Thank you to everyone who voted, I appreciate your feedback. What surprised me was the amount of interest in book recommendations. I am not complaining, I... Continue Reading →

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 →

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