Book review for Unaccustomed to Grace by Lesley Bannatyne as part of the book tour organised by Random Things Tours!
A Taste for Killing by Sarah Hawkswood came out on the 12th of May, and is book 10 in the Bradecote & Catchpoll series!
Giveaway and book review for Flame & Crystal Thorns by Kay L. Moody!
I absolutely loved this omnibus! I’m so glad I’ve been able to get this instead of needing to wait for each issue to come out. The art is stunning, the writing perfect, and each character is beautifully drawn out.
The Carnival of Ash by Tom Beckerlegge is an adult literary alternative history novel. I can also see that the reviews on Goodreads put it at around 3.18 stars. Ignore those reviews. They know nothing. This book is magnificent.
Eid Mubarak everyone! I’d love to see your Eid Book Stack, or hear about what you’re doing, eating or wearing today!
This is so pretty and creepy I love it! I loved all the illustrations and stories about the fairies! My only complaint is that it’s too small; it should be at least 100 pages longer!
I’m really trying to improve my NetGalley stats okay! This month, I’m aiming to get all the low hanging fruit out of the way! By that I mean I’m just going to be focused on reading poetry and graphic novels! I love reading bad poetry, which made this seem like the perfect thing! In orderContinue reading “Last Week in NetGalley”
I don’t normally read 500+ page books I think the last one I read was empire of the vampire. If it’s over 500 pages, I’m incredibly critical; why did you need this many pages to tell a story and can you really hold my attention for that long? Well, if you’re Jackie French you can!Continue reading “Book Review: Miss Lily’s Lovely Ladies by Jackie French |Book Tour”
What are you up to today? So I’m placing last minute orders for Valentine’s Day, which is more for me than for boi. I wanted one of those heart shaped cakes you can use a hammer with (smash cakes?) and now I’ll get to do that and be an awesome girlfriend. I also tried toContinue reading “Sunday’s with Seher: On Reading Jackie French & Being Ghosted by a Ten Year Old”