It has taken me forever to read this book, but I think I did actually end up reading it at just the right time…Continue reading “Review: The Once and Future Witches by Alix E Harrow”
Februwitchy Final Check-In
It’s the end of February already! Here’s a quick round up of the few Februwitchy books I did manage to get to. If you need a reminder of what was on my original TBR, that’s here, and my halfway check-in is here.Continue reading “Februwitchy Final Check-In”
Review: Diary of An Accidental Witch – Flying High by Perdita and Honor Cargill
Bea Black returns for more funny, sweet witch school adventures!
My #Februwitchy TBR
February is here and with it comes the start of #Februwitchy! This is my second year running this very casual witchy readathon, and I’m really excited to show you my TBR – if you need more details about the readathon itself, you can find the introductory post here.
I’ve picked out thirteen books that meet the witchy requirements – this is a dual-purpose TBR that works for both #Februwitchy and my general monthly TBR challenge, so let’s see what’s on the cards this month!Continue reading “My #Februwitchy TBR”
The Return of #Februwitchy!
Way back in February 2020, I ran a month-long readathon called #Februwitchy, focusing on witchy books and fun. I always intended this to be a yearly event, but the start of 2021 was not a great time for me (or for most people), so running a long event was the last thing on my mind. But this year, I’m delighted to say, the witches are back!
The aim of this readathon is really simple:
Read witchy books!
That’s it, just read books about witches in February. We’ll start on the 1st and finish on the 28th, and just make our way through as many witchy books as we can!
I’ve made a few changes this time around to make things even more flexible. Here’s what will count for the readathon:
- A book with ‘witch’, ‘spell’, or ‘potion’ in the title
- A fictional book with a witch as one of the main characters
- A non-fiction book about witchcraft or the history of witches
The other big change this year is that there’s no sign up, Twitter sprints, or tracking – if you’d like to take part, please just join in at your own pace! There’s a graphic below for you to use to select your TBR, if you’d like to, and I’d love to see what you’re planning to read.
Please do tag me on Twitter or leave me a link in the comments here if you post about #Februwitchy – I’m looking forward to reading your posts! My TBR will be up at the start of February, and I have some great things on it!
Review: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling
This fun, frothy contemporary fantasy romcom is perfect if you’re looking for a lighthearted, cozy autumn read!
Review: Diary of an Accidental Witch
You know by now that if there’s a new witchy middle grade out there, I’m all over it!
Review: Spellbound by Ophelia Silk
This cosy, cottagecore f/f fantasy romance is going to tick a lot of boxes for a lot of people – I loved it!
Review: Morgana Mage in the Robotic Age
You’ve heard of this book before: I was one of the stops on its blog tour back in January, where I interviewed author Amy Bond. You can check that out here, but today I wanted to actually review the book!
Review: Picklewitch and Jack and the Sea Wizard’s Secret
I’ll tell you what’s not a secret: my absolute adoration of Picklewitch and Jack. I loved the first two books in this fun chapter book series (reviews here and here), and their third adventure more than lives up to the hype!