At the moment my posting on the blog seems to be a mix between feast and famine. I have 3 books I have read and am waiting to review on here. And I have holiday reading lined up. Yes, you heard that right Holiday reading!
Happy St David's Day to all. It seems a particularly appropriate day to say this as we have the most spring-like weather and currently have a plethora of daffodils in the garden.
You may remember me telling you all about the wonderful present I received from my Strictly ladies. It was a year in books. In a large bag, 12 individually wrapped books with a month of the year on it
When I scoured the list I couldn't find sight nor sound of The Railway Children by E. Nesbit! I was mistaken, and so my excellent first line of this post is lost forever.
January turned out to be rather a fabulous month. Despite January being roughly 636 days long, I enjoyed celebrating a milestone birthday at the end of the month
I'm typing up a bit of a more personal post for you today, but one which which does include a rather brilliant gift for any friends who enjoy books. Last week I celebrated a milestone birthday.
Long term readers of the blog will know how much I enjoy the wonderful Shipyard Girls series of books by Nancy Revell. This set of books set in Sunderland during the Second World War has a special place in my heart,
Good morning everyone! It is nearly the weekend. Today's post is my New Year To Be Read Pile Edition. I tend to do 2 of these posts in a year, one at the start of the year, and one in Autumn.
It's achingly beautiful, and quiet. Like snow. And was the perfect read to curl up with during Twixmas. It is a 5 star read,