• Netgalley check in #2

    Netgalley check in #2

    Last month wwas my first Netgalley check in as inspirder by Danni over on For Books Sake. So how am I doing… Current feedback ratio: 39% Dropped by 1% since last time! I have read and given feedback on something but then I got approved for 3 more things… I need to stop requesting clearly. […]

  • Book Tour: The Digital Adventures of Ava and Chip – Self Driving Car

    Book Tour: The Digital Adventures of Ava and Chip – Self Driving Car

    Thank you to Hygge Book Tours and Beverly Clarke for the opportunity to read and review. About The Digital Adventures of Ava and Chip – Smart City Genre: Children’s Science and Fiction Length: 28 pages Age: 3-11 years Illustrator: Terry Cooper Ava and Chip are back in their second adventure learning about technology as they […]

  • Book Tour: The Beast Hunters – Dark Sovereign

    Book Tour: The Beast Hunters – Dark Sovereign

    Thank you to the author, Christer Lende, for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. About The Beast Hunters – Dark Sovereign Genre: Fantasy, YA Length: 263 Format: Paperback Number in series: 2 A mysterious corpse, beastly assassins, and a basement full of cadavers dissolving in acid, lead the […]

  • Review: Life Ceremony

    Review: Life Ceremony

    Thank you to. Netgalley and Granta Publications for the digital review copy. About Life Ceremony Genre: Horror, humour, literary fiction Length: 272 Format: Digital From the author of international bestseller Convenience Store Woman comes a collection of short fiction: weird, out of this world and like nothing you’ve read before. An engaged couple falls out over the […]

  • Netgalley check in #1

    Netgalley check in #1

    I need to be held accountable for my NetGalley backlog and what better way to do it than to share where I’m at with you all! This idea is by no means original and I was inspired to start doing this by Danni over on For Books Sake. Current feedback ratio: 40% Not great, they […]

  • 2023 reading goals

    Happy New Year everyone! I haven’t done a reading wrap-up of 2022 as I was desperately reading my last book of the year up until the last day of December (what is it with GoodReads and Spotify doing wrap-ups when there’s still a whole month of the year left?). I went into 2022 trying not […]

  • Review: The Shadow of the Mole

    Review: The Shadow of the Mole

    A fascinating deeply immersive look at early 20th-century psychology, the impacts of war, and what it means to be human.

  • Review: The Society for Soulless Girls

    Review: The Society for Soulless Girls

    Thank you to Netgalley and HarperCollins UK Audio for letting me listen to this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. About the Society for Soulless Girls Genre: YA thriller Length: 9 hours and 52 minutes Format: Audiobook read by Beth Easdown and Farrah Cave A dark and funny YA thriller with a supernatural twist. […]

  • Review: The Bone Flower

    Review: The Bone Flower

    Thank you to Isabelle at Gallic Books for sending me a copy of this book. About The Bone Flower Genre: Gothic Romance / Horror Length: 253 Format: Paperback On a November evening in Victorian London, the moneyed but listless Edward Monteith stokes the fire at his local gentlemen’s club, listening to stories of supernatural experiences […]

  • Review: How to Kill Men and Get Away With It

    If Rhiannon from CJ Skuse’s Sweetpea series had been born into the world of Made in Chelsea you’d have Kitty Collins instead.