Biblioshelf Musings – Good Omens

Yoohoo Bibliofriends,After reading Atomic Habits by James Clear [review here] and deciding that I needed to try and listen to Audiobooks more, part of my new, determined habit-goals-self decided to listen to them each morning as I was getting ready to go to work. One of the first ones I started with was Good Omens... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings – Esme’s Wish

Hi Bibliofriends,One of my bookish blogging goals this year was to try and get started on taking author/publisher requests and also start investing some time into improving my NetGalley feedback score. It was such a thrill when Elizabeth Foster contacted me after reading one of my reviews for Odyssey Books and asked me if I... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Biblioshelf Musings: The Rain Heron

Hey Bibliofriends! Happy 1st July! This week's Musings come from a wonderful book I recently acquired through NetGalley called The Rain Heron. Although it contains a serious message, a little magic and mythology are interwoven through its narrative and I absolutely adored it! Book: The Rain Heron by Robbie Arnott Genre: Literary Fiction Publication Date:... Continue Reading →

Biblioshelf Musings – A Touch Of Death

Good morning Bibliofriends, I was overjoyed and thrilled when Rebecca approached me to read and review the first book in her Outlands Pentalogy. A Touch of Death follows the story of Nate and Catherine as they embark on a journey as wanted criminals through the Kingdom of Cutta. After running into a spot of trouble... Continue Reading →

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