March has been an up and down month for me, and one that seems to have flown by! Let’s find out how my reading went:
Just a quick post from me today, because I actually only really have one book to talk about here… but I’m still counting this challenge as a success!
The 100th instalment in the British Library’s Crime Classics series is a fantastically fun bookish romp of a mystery!
This fantasy romance is full of cheese and decent people, which just makes it a wonderfully cosy read!
The first book in a new middle grade time travel series, The Ship of Doom has a fun story, but also has some problems with its attempts to be inclusive…
A sapphic, witchy book with the vibes of The Great Gatsby, this is definitely going to be a hit with a lot of readers… but not so much for me!Continue reading “Review: Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May”
It’s tentatively starting to look like spring here and I’m so happy to see some sunshine! Today I’ve got a selection of board books that felt really spring-like to me, full of baby animals and outdoor activities. All of these books were sent to me free of charge by the publishers, but all opinions are my own. Let’s get to it!
This month I’m challenging myself to finish up at least three trilogies that have been lurking on my TBR… Here’s my original list if you missed it – now let’s see how I’ve got on in the first half of March!
I’ve been on a real historical romance kick recently, so I thought I’d round up some quickfire thoughts on a few of my recent reads, both good and bad! I read all of these as ARCs, which were provided free of charge either through NetGalley or through the author’s own ARC team.Continue reading “Historical Romance Mini-Reviews”
I have a real soft spot for chapter books – they have a mix of sweetness and exuberance that I find very endearing. These three books don’t have much in common beyond their genre – two are aimed at the younger end of the bracket and one a little older; one is fantastical, one contemporary, and one a whimsical mix of the two – but all three have that particular loveliness that makes them perfect for newly confident readers.