‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

I’ve just finished my second read in as many days; clearly the sunshine in France is doing wonders for my aptitude to devour books. Today’s offering, medical memoir Flight Risk by Dr. Stephanie Green, was quite different to the crime/thriller novel I reviewed yesterday, Nomad by James Swallow, but it was no less enthralling. Title: … More ‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Decided To DNF/Put Down Recently

June 5: Top Ten Books I Decided To DNF/Put Down Recently I’m not one to say I’ll never read a book, but lately I have been feeling disconnected with reading in general and have cast away many books. I’ve been flitting in and out of upwards of twenty books for years, and it’s definitely hampered … More Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Decided To DNF/Put Down Recently

Book Haul: May 2018

To put it simply, my resolution of buying fewer books failed abysmally in May, but I have no regrets, just look at that beautiful collection of new books (I’d insert the hearts eyes emoji here if I could!) Even more excitingly, seven of this month’s haul are signed first editions, and you all know how much … More Book Haul: May 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Bookish Worlds I’d Never Want To Live In

May 29: Top Ten Bookish Worlds I’d Never Want To Live In This week’s topic is interesting. We, as bookworms, always consider the fictional worlds we would like to live in (Hogwarts, Narnia etc.), but typically dismiss their horrific and dystopian counterparts. 1. Westeros (A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin) Knowing my luck, … More Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Bookish Worlds I’d Never Want To Live In