Biblioshelf Musings: These Divided Shores

Hello Bibliofriends! This week's Biblioshelf Musing is 'These Divided Shores' by Sara Raasch which is the sequel to 'These Rebel Waves'. I first read TRW when it arrived in the August 2018 Mutinous Pirates Fairyloot box. At first, the series wasn't quite what I was expecting as the pirates were more riverboat looters (Stream Raiders)... Continue Reading →

#SixforSunday – Overdone Tropes

Happy Sunday Bibliofriends, We're continuing the trope theme this month in the #SixforSunday meme. For those who don't already know, Six for Sunday is weekly meme hosted by Steph over at A Little But A Lot.  This week seems a lot similar to last we in that we have gone from hated tropes to overdone tropes. I... Continue Reading →

#Friday56 – Shadow and Flame

Woop Woop - TGI Friday! This week's Friday 56 comes from Shadow and Flame by Mindee Arnett which is the sequel to the fantasy novel Onyx and Ivory. I got this as part of my birthday haul in my bid to try and finish off some of the series I'd already started from way back... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings: Shadow and Flame

Howdy Bibliofriends! This week's Biblioshelf Musing is Shadow and Flame which is the sequel to Onyx and Ivory by Mindee Arnett. If you follow my other posts you'll know that I'm not that great at keeping up with sequels. That being said, in my new little world of trying to maintain good 'atomic habits', the... Continue Reading →

#BookTag – Coffee Book Tag

Hi everyone, It's Tag Tuesday time again. This week I'm hitting up the caffeine shots and doing the Coffee Book Tag which I found on Nen and Jen's Book Blog so huge thanks to them for posting it! I'm not sure on the original tag creator but thank you to whoever you are! 🙂 Coffee is... Continue Reading →

#SixforSunday – Tropes I Hate

Happy Sunday Bibliofriends, We're continuing the trope theme this month in the #SixforSunday meme. I can't decide whether it was easier to think of last week's 'tropes I love' or this week's 'tropes I hate'. I think tropes are tricky territory for authors as some of them are extremely overdone, however get one and do... Continue Reading →

Summer Reading Goals

Happy Saturday Bibliofriends, It has been such a wonderful morning so far. (Non-bookish related) but I have a few shares in some racehorses at a local stable yard and today was the first time since lockdown has been lifted that I've been able to go down to the gallops and spend some proper time with... Continue Reading →

#Friday56 – Atomic Habits

Happy FriYaY Bibliofriends! This week's Friday 56 comes from a motivational non-fiction read called Atomic Habits by James Clear. This is one of the most helpful "self-help" books that I've ever read! As I listened to this as an audiobook, the extract here is from the first chapter which you can download for free at... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings: Atomic Habits

Yoohoo Bibliofriends! This week's Biblioshelf Musing is from a non-fiction self-development style book called Atomic Habits. This is by far one of the most useful books I have ever read (listened to). I originally purchased it as a friend had rated it 5 stars and referred to it on one of those ‘books that saved... Continue Reading →

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