The Lowdown On: Judging a Book by its Cover

Whether you like to admit to this one or not, it feels like we've all done this one at least once. It's actually difficult to avoid if you're in a physical or even digital book store given that the cover is almost always front and center. It's by design and it's slowly become one of... Continue Reading →

Goodreads Challenge 2020

We've closed out 2019 successfully and are now off to a new year! So what does that mean for me in Goodreads world? Hopefully achieving another year of good reading! Given how busy last year was and the big things coming this year I'm thinking a soft number of 50 books would be a good... Continue Reading →

Top 5 2019 Releases

Somehow I've done really well this year with my reading challenge, letting me read a lot of great books! While 2019 may not have had any big new Cassandra Clare or Sarah J Maas books in store for me, it didn't mean there weren't some amazing reads, so this list as always was pretty tough.... Continue Reading →

Books Read in November

Its been a lighter month of reading but still really good, getting three books read and 55 books overall now for the reading challenge! House of Salt & Sorrows by Erin A Craig Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black   How did you do this month? How... Continue Reading →

Great Stand Alones

I might be doing this list again next year since I'm getting the feeling I've found even more awesome stand alones that could make the list. Once of the toughest type of books to find in the Fantasy & Sci Fi genre is a good stand alone, which isn't necessarily bad, but hard when you... Continue Reading →

Trilogies Worth Binge Reading

Hello, and welcome to another new series on the blog!  It isn't necessarily the first recommendation post I've ever done, in fact I've done a Trilogies list before, but that was years ago, and with so many books read since then it was definitely worth revisiting.  The only unfortunate thing is that there are a... Continue Reading →

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