98. The Monster Who Wasn’t by T C Shelley

Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: It is a well-known fact that fairies are born from a baby’s first laugh. What is not as well documented is how monsters come into being. This is the story of a creature who is both strange and unique. When he hatches down in the vast underground…

97. The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope

Synopsis (as taken from the Amazon Kindle Store) is as follows: She becomes aware of the silence at the other end of the line. A prickling sensation crawls up her arms. Her heart speeds up. ‘Found who?’ she asks slowly, carefully, deliberately. ‘They found Daniel.’ Six years ago. Megan waits at the school gates for…

96. Harley Merlin and the Secret Coven by Bella Forrest

Synopsis (as taken from the Amazon Kindle Store) is as follows: Being an empath has its advantages. Harley Merlin can sense people’s emotions, among other things. It’s how she snagged her first job pinpointing cheaters at a casino. But she has no clue where she got these freakish powers because she spent her childhood jumping…

95. Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: Imagination, discovery and friendship await Morrigan Crow when she escapes her deadly curse and joins the Wundrous Society. It promises her protection and belonging for life – but then Morrigan doesn’t receive the welcome she hoped for… Morrigan is a much-feared Wundersmith. So, instead of the Society…

94. Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Synopsis (as taken from Amazon) is as follows: Morrigan Crow is cursed, destined to die on her eleventh birthday. But, as the clock strikes midnight, she’s whisked away by a remarkable man called Jupiter North and taken to the secret city of Nevermoor. There she’s invited to join the Wundrous Society. Mystery, magic and protection…

50 Followers Celebration

When I started this blog back in January, it was to help me to better manage my time with book reading and to manage my OCD. I never thought I’d get any followers beyond my own parents but I continued to blog as it had become a relaxing experience for me. I wanted to create…

93. The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza

The cover drew me to this book…well the cover and the fact that Amazon kept recommending it to me. I have fallen into a book slump this month, where I actually haven’t wanted to read. And so, on Thursday 15th August, this has become my first read of the month and I totally picked a…

Wish List – Stand Alone Books

There are only twelve books in this list which makes it my shortest one. These are books that aren’t part of a series and don’t have a designated spot in any of my other lists. They’re all books that I’ve added this year and when going through the titles, I only got rid of 3…

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…