This month’s round up features everything mythical retellings, magical worlds and a whole lot of murder.
May was a month with some pretty unique reads- some better than others!
This was a bumper month of reading for me, including some absolute classics I’ve been meaning to read for years.
Essays, short stories, new releases, old favourites – it’s been a busy month!
It’s been a hell of a year to get lost in a good book. Here are my favourites.
New reads from Caitlin Moran, Louisa O’Neill and The Secret Barrister, picking up older books by Kate Atkinson and Nora Ephron and discovering new authors too.
The lockdown reading marathon continues.
One of my favourite things to gift people for Christmas (or any time of the year to be honest) is a book. I spend a lot of time putting thought into which book to get for which person, so in order to save you some time, here is the full list of books I purchasedContinue reading “Books I Gifted This Christmas”
Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing — Harper Lee. Hello all, I’m a voracious reader who recently made a return to the world of fiction after a few years in the academic wilderness. The kind of books I love span genres, languages and millenniaContinue reading “Welcome”