Now February is a busy month for me, so not so much reading takes place. I've also been in a bit of a book slump...typical eh, you decide to start a blog with the subject being books and you just can't finish a single one… but despite that, I've not done too badly this month … Continue reading 📚 Wrap-Up: February 2019
Jack kicked out at the bush by his front gate as he had done every day since he was eight. It was a habit he had indulged in for the last nine years. He had no idea what the variety of bush or tree it was - he simply called it his "kicking tree"- Trevor … Continue reading 📚 REVIEW | The Kicking Tree – Trevor Stubbs
I woke when the mighty oak screamed -Wray Delaney, The Beauty of the Wolf This book was such an easy read and at times felt like it had a kind of rhythm to it for me. In an Elizabethan England setting, we primarily follow the stories of The Sorceress, Beau a great beauty, and Randa … Continue reading 📚 ARC REVIEW | The Beauty of the Wolf – Wray Delaney
“Fred!" the nurse said, though they had never met. "How are we today?" Reading the nurse's name tag, Mr. Bennet replied with fake enthusiasm, "Bernard! We're mourning the death of manners and the rise of overly familiar discourse. How are you?”- Curtis Sittenfeld, Eligible Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld is the fourth book published as part … Continue reading 📚 REVIEW | Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld
I've wanted to read these for a while now after hearing many good things and so much love for them. I have seen the show on Netflix, and although it's watchable, I didn't find it amazing and have far from fan-girled over it. But from observing all you lovely people out there about your thoughts … Continue reading Book Haul 📚 Cassandra Clare
...even if it's got a spelling error... 🤦
Finally, after many years of saying "I'd like to give cross-stitch a go", I've completed a (tiny) cross-stitch! I've been spurred on to start from seeing the nerdy and bookish ones people have been producing on Reddit - a particular favourite was one themed on The Sims (I just love that game for some reason, … Continue reading Hobby attempt: Cross-stitching
Located on Mardol Street, Shrewsbury, this restaurant serving Smokehouse/American style food is right up my street! Great food, cosy atmosphere, and lovely big tables!
Bar Incognito Bars that give you menus in books are the best, am I right??
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