Page Turner: Hex

If I had a nickel for every time I read a book titled Hex and was disappointed with it, I'd have two nickels. Which isn't a lot, but it's weird that it happened twice. Not only that, but this is the second time I was under the impression said book was one way but turned out another.... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Maidens

I'm a simple woman, I find a book about murder with ties to Greek Mythology, I'm happy. Also, the second I heard it compared to one of my favourite books, The Secret History, I just knew I had to read it. The Maidens by Alex Michaelides is a Mystery Thriller following group therapist Mariana Andros. A widow... Continue Reading →

The Book Tree

As part of the Reading Glasses Challenge, one of our tasks is to review a bookstore on social media. Simple enough. However, there is a certain bookshop in my hometown that doesn't get enough love, so I am using this as an excuse to rant and rave about this hidden gem. The Book Tree. The... Continue Reading →

My Reading Wheelhouse

As part of the Reading Glasses Challange, I had to figure out my reading wheelhouse. I'm not sure if this is a term used a lot, since I first heard it on the Reading Glasses Podcast. According to the Hosts Brea Grant and Mallory O’Meara, your reading wheelhouse is the collection of elements you look... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Book Recommendations

With many of us still recovering from 2020, we could all use some inspiration right about now.  For me, I find a lot of inspiration from books. From tales of overcoming great struggles to powerful quotes, they can provide some motivation. So here are a few books that have inspired me. Hopefully, they can do... 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 →

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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