March Wrap Up

I can not believe ¼ of 2019 has gone already! I am so pleased that the sun is shining more and we are getting into warmer weather. We have so many blossom trees where we live and it’s beautiful when they all come out. In terms of my Biblioshelf life I am so happy with... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday – Audio Freebie

Happy Tuesday Bibliofriends! This Top Ten Tuesday was so incredibly difficult for me due to the fact that I rarely listen to audiobooks. I also don’t listen to music when I read as I prefer the quiet (even though SOME PEOPLE in my household clearly don’t understand the fact that when undivided attention is on... Continue Reading →

Six for Sunday – Favourite Genre

Happy Sunday bibliofriends! Six for Sunday was quite an open topic this week with it being ‘Favourite Genre’ so I went for six sequels from my favourite genre, YA Fantasy, that I’m really looking forward to reading. Ever since I caught wind of ‘bookstagram’, I kept seeing pictures of absolutely gorgeous books. It was all... Continue Reading →

Friday 56 – A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Happy Friday Bibliofriends! The weekend is finally here and it’s Friday 56 time. After receiving A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer in Fairyloot's February 'Beast and Beauty Box', I aimed to take part in their readalong (you can access their blog here), however as with all good intentions, work seemed to get in the way!... Continue Reading →

TTT – Books on my Spring TBR

Bibliofriends, it’s Tuesday! That means it’s time for one of my favourite lists of the week! Top Ten Tuesday is a book tag hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is ‘Books on my Spring TBR’. Last week I could barely think of ten things to put in my list whereas this week... Continue Reading →

Greek Mythology Tag

To me, myths and legends form the absolute baseline for the tradition which today we call storytelling. I recently listened to Stephen Fry’s Mythos audiobook and it has reignited my love all things mythical. I was so excited when Umairah @Sereadipity tagged me in this Greek Mythology Tag that she found Lau Reads’ blog, that it... Continue Reading →

Standalone books that need a sequel

Happy Tuesday Bibliopiles! I’ve got to admit, I really struggled with this week’s Top Ten Tuesday for ‘standalones that need a sequel’. The books I tend to read are mostly of the YA / Fantasy genre and there seems to be plenty of duologies and trilogies and quadrologies, but not many standalones. So after scouring... Continue Reading →

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