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

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Disliked But Am Really Glad I Read

May 15: Top Ten Books I Disliked But Am Really Glad I Read I don’t think that there’s a single book that I’ve not been glad to have read, or have got some positive reading experience out of. I genuinely believe that every book contains within its pages interesting or informative concepts, and as a … More Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Disliked But Am Really Glad I Read

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On The Cover

May 8: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On The Cover This week’s theme offered with it some room for personal interpretation, and as a result, instead of revisiting books that I’ve read and listed scores of times, I decided to make this a TBR themed post. In terms of colour, I don’t really … More Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On The Cover

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’d Slay A (Metaphorical) Lion To Get Early

May 1: Top Ten Books I’d Slay A (Metaphorical) Lion To Get Early Anticipated releases are something that excite me greatly. There is no better feeling than getting your hands on a book that you have been waiting for for weeks, months, or years, and finally being able to dive into the world. This week’s … More Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’d Slay A (Metaphorical) Lion To Get Early

Book Haul: April 2018

Following the blip that was my March 2018 Book Haul, I appear to be back on track with my bookish resolution of buying fewer books. Only three novels came into my possession this month, two of them signed, and one to add to my ever-expanding Jack Reacher collection. To be honest, I’d call that a resounding … More Book Haul: April 2018