Bookshelf

“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”
– Stephen King

How My Book Reviews Have Changed In 6 Years

I was tidying up a few old posts recently, and uncovered dozens of book reviews from as early as 2015, when this blog was born! It’s funny how much my book reviews have changed over the years. When I first started this blog, I was studying for an English degree. …

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A Mid-Year Reading Round-Up

A Mid-Year Reading Round-Up

I’d be the first to admit that I’m the slowest reader on the planet, but I’m happy to say that I’… View Post
Book Review: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

Book Review: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

You know the saying, ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’?  I mean it when I say that the very worst thing you … View Post
Book Review: Not the Type by Camilla Thurlow

Book Review: Not the Type by Camilla Thurlow

I was drawn to this book because of the interesting contrast of the cover – the girlie pink background with the serious military-style clothes on … View Post
Book Review: The Cat and the City

Book Review: The Cat and the City

This book is truly a one of a kind. Dozens of short chapters are woven together to create a picture of Tokyo on the … View Post
The Reading RPG 2021: Collecting Ingredients

The Reading RPG 2021: Collecting Ingredients

After all that reading in 2020, we had a choice between 22 spells for defeating the evil that is stirring in the Heartlands. It was Harry … View Post
Review & Giveaway: Everyday A**holes by Dean Blake

Review & Giveaway: Everyday A**holes by Dean Blake

I was recently sent a copy* of Everyday A**holes by Dean Blake, a series of sketches showcasing moments of everyday folk behaving like … View Post