If you follow me on Twitter or YouTube, you might have already seen this announcement but I wanted to jump across here and share it with those of you who don’t. My lovely friends, Lana, Mel and I are starting a new book club called the Last To Read Book Club. I’ll leave video-me to … More A New Book Club Announcement!
Today we’ve got a very exciting post—I’ll be sharing with you some more amazing Indie books that I’ve found for the Indie Accords readathon. If you’re interested in seeing my original TBR and all the information for the readathon, you can click through here to see that post. Just a disclaimer that as far as … More More Indie Reads I Found For #IndieAccords
It’s time for another cross-posting of another TBR for another readathon! The other day I shared my Book Snooker TBR, which has now come to an end, so I’m here to share my TBR for the Indie Accords Readathon. This one is hosted by Lana from Lore & Lullabies—she’s has a blog and channel so … More My Indie Accords TBR
Today’s post is just a quick little cross-posting of my TBR for Book Snooker. This reaction is hosted by Helen @ Helen’s Book Haven from the 21st to 26th of June. I’ll link Helen’s TBR here as well if you want to learn more about it! I’d love to hear if you’re joining in as … More My #BookSnooker TBR
I don’t usually join in with that many year-long reading challenges created by other people. I have a terrible memory and I can barely remember to do my own challenges. But then this year, Annemieke from A Dance With Books created (/continued to host) two amazing challenges—you might have seen my sign-up for Turtle Recall … More Let Us Read Middle Grade | Sign Up
Today is my sign-up post for Turtle Recall this year! This challenge focuses on reading the Discworld books from Terry Pratchett. You can read at your own speed, or follow along with the Goodreads group, if that’s more your style. To sign-up yourself, head over to the original sign-up page here! This whole thing (including … More I’m Joining Turtle Recall in 2021!
For my last post for the Rebecca read-a-long, I thought it might be fun to look back at the review I wrote back in August of 2013 when I very first read the book. First though, some disclaimers. I have edited this review, but only in terms of grammar and the two or three mixed … More Revisiting My Old Review of Rebecca | #RebeccaReadalong
It’s time for my next post for the Rebecca Read-a-long today! So here are ten facts about Daphne du Maurier. 1. Manderley was based on du Maurier’s own home in Cornwall, Menabilly. When she moved in 1943, the house was in serious disrepair. She restored it, and lived there with her husband and children until … More 10 Facts About Daphne du Maurier | #RebeccaReadalong
Welcome back to another Monday of Rebecca-related posts! If you haven’t seen already, I’m hosting a Rebecca readalong from the 21st of September to the 21st of October to celebrate the upcoming Netflix adaptation. Last week I spoke about some movies that had been recommended to me, and this week I’m sharing some bookish recommendations … More Recommendations For If You Liked Rebecca | #RebeccaReadalong
A couple months back I asked on Twitter if anyone was interested in doing a readalong of Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier before the new Netflix adaptation dropped. We were finally given the release date of October 21st, so I’m here to announce the readalong! The most important thing is that I’ll be running it … More Rebecca Readalong Announcement