J.K. Rowling

I couldn’t talk about favourite authors without mentioning J.K. Rowling. It was her books that introduced me to the world of reading and made me want to better my ability to read. Imagine a young six year old girl, who was angry, frustrated and sad, because she couldn’t read to the same level of her…

Favourite Authors

I seem to always be looking for new and interesting segments to add to this blog. Over the course of the last seven months, this blog has gone from being a hobby of mine to being a slight obsession. It has helped me to branch out, to become more confident, to better manage my OCD…

92. Girl, Missing by Sophie McKenzie

I picked this up in Waterstones as an impulse buy back in June. I thought the blurb sounded very interested and I thought that it must be good to warrant a 10th anniversary printing. Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: What if everything you thought you knew about your life was a lie?…

91. The Quiet at the End of the World by Lauren James

I have wanted to read this since I was first introduced to Lauren James’s work with ‘The Loneliest Girl in the Universe.’ This was a wonderful book to read. Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: How far would you go to save those you love? Lowrie and Shen are the youngest people on…

90. The Midnight Gang by David Walliam’s

I have wanted to read this ever since the BBC Christmas adaption of it last year. Despite buying this back in January, I only just got around to reading it! Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: Welcome to the Midnight Gang! Midnight is the time when all children are fast asleep, except of…

Wish List – Book Series

This list is rather long. I like to make sure I’m going to like all the books in a series before I even think of reading the first one. You’ll see quite a few series mentioned here starting with the second book – meaning, I’ve already read the first and am still interested in reading…

July Roundup

Hello everyone! We are definitely in the second part of the year now, no denying it. I did managed to stick to one of the two goals I made for July. I have managed to make a dent in the double lined tbr shelves I have but I didn’t manage to not buy any books….

89. The Bones She Buried (Josie Quinn Book 5) by Lisa Regan

I finished the fourth in the series ‘Her Final Confession’ on Monday 29th July. I began reading this then and finished it on Tuesday 30th July. This series is addictive and the story is well thought out and explosive. Synopsis (as taken from Amazon Kindle Store) is as follows: Josie works until her arms ache,…