Monthly Wrap up – March 2022

Another month is done and a quarter of the way through the year already! So, what did I read this month? Let's have a look back and see, shall we? The Grownup - Gillian Flynn ★★★ From the same author as Gone Girl, this was a quick read grabbed from the library. It was a... Continue Reading →

3W Wednesday – 29th March

What are you reading? Sword of Destiny - Andrezej Sapkowski Picking up this book as a part of a buddy read with Dave and Mark - been meaning to read more of The Witcher series so it was a pretty good excuse to get started again. I've only just finished my previous read and am... Continue Reading →

Monthly Wrap Up – Feb 2022

It feels like the months are flying by and I'm falling behind more and more. I didn't even think about this post until I realized it was Pancake Day! As with last month, I am behind with reviews and have a few outstanding, but at least I have been reading... a bit. Snapshot - Josie... Continue Reading →

3W Wednesday – 15th Dec

I went out on my works Christmas do last night and was given some really nice things in my Secret Santa - I've eaten the chocolates already. One of them was a pocket diary/organizer and I am going to use it in regards to NetGalley and book releases so that I feel a bit more... Continue Reading →

3W Wednesday – 7th Dec 2021

I missed doing this section of the blog last week, mostly due to feeling unwell. Fingers crossed I'm feeling better now and feeling more up for doing the whole blogging thing! I have a couple of outstanding reviews to write, so will get right on them after writing this post. What are you reading? Illborn... Continue Reading →

Monthly Wrap Up – Nov 2021

Killer Chef - James Patterson ★★★★ Killer Chef is an entertaining enough read, light-hearted enough to be enjoyable, with a more serious undertone of a classic whodunit. As the book reached its conclusion the misdirections added another element of tension adds to the already fast-paced short story. A good little ‘filler’ book to get the book... Continue Reading →

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