This year’s gift guide is much shorter than last year’s since I’m not doing Blogmas this year. So it’s just a small list of gifts for stationery and book lovers. If you want more ideas, you might want to check out last year’s Blogmas overview, or the gift guide from two years ago. For the
Someone on Twitter asked me for my favourite books and I, like most other readers, was left speechless. Which ones were my favourite books? I had to check my Goodreads ‘Favourite’ shelf as a reminder. I noticed that not every book I love love loved has five stars. Why is that? Can you absolutely love
After last month’s book tour of Shadows, I was curious about the follow up. The author was kind enough to share Mermaids and Dragons. I finished Mermaids already, but you can expect a review for Dragons soon. Sapphire follows her friend Ben and his sister to a new world, one were magic exists. She meets
The Diviners by Libba Bray Book The Diviners is a great occult thriller set in the roaring twenties of the previous century. It’s the time of flappers, beaded dresses, and secret speakeasies. Evie, the main character, has a gift and uses it to help her uncle solve a series of brutal crimes. I expected it
October, the month of spooky reads. I don’t do well with horror and only read it when a book really interests me. But I have to be in the mood. So instead of talking about super scary reads, I want to highlight my favourite witchy books. All of the include witches, but none of them
This might be the only post I’ll do on a book I didn’t finish, but I want to talk about why I stopped reading. Bright Hair About The Bone by Barbara Cleverly is the second book in a series and falls in the historical mystery genre. Not a genre I’ll pick up often, but I’ve
It’s finally here, the release day of my debut novel, Devil’s Deal. I don’t know what else to say except thank you. The book exists because of your support, even if you’re just lurking and reading a post every now and then. Knowing there are people who want to read what I write is a
Dave from The Write Reads is running a huge book tour for A Different Time by Michael K. Hill. When I first read the blurb it reminded me of The Lakehouse. I loved that hoped and I hoped I’d love this book just as much. The raving reviews only heightened my expectations, which isn’t always
Three comfort reads for the bad days. Easy to read, lovely stories, and enchanting worlds by authors Cate Tiernan, Erin Morgenstern and Clive Barker.
Here’s the cover for Devil’s Deal, Tessa Hastjarjanto’s latest book. It’s a paranormal romance with a biracial main character, set in the Netherlands.