Hello everyone, I am back with another discussion post and having written last year about the pros and cons of thrillers, I have decided to write something similar about another genre. This time it is historical fiction. Since I first decided to try out historical fiction towards the end of 2018, it has become my … Continue reading Discussion – The Pros and Cons of Historical Fiction
Hello everyone, It is perhaps time for me to put my tin hat on and hide, as today I will be sharing some very popular and much-loved books that I currently have no interest in reading. A couple of them are titles that are talked about really often in the book community, but the main … Continue reading Five Popular Books I’ll Probably Never Read
Hello everyone, It is about time I wrote another discussion post! Today I am looking at how we compare certain books to others and how useful this is for us as readers, as I believe it plays a very subtle yet critical role in shaping our overall opinions and impressions. We all love to compare … Continue reading Discussion – To What Extent Should We Compare Books?
Pages: 451 Published: 31st October 2019 Genre: Historical Fiction Trigger warnings: Injury detail, allusions to rape, child/baby death, grief This was my first buddy read of the year with Kriti, and this book gave us so much to talk about! After my review I shall include a few sections from our discussion (no spoilers), and in my next post … Continue reading Book Review and Discussion – The Lost Ones by Anita Frank
Hello everyone, I hope you are having a nice week so far! Today I am looking back at some of my favourite books containing two separate timelines. The use of dual timelines is a very intriguing narrative technique as it gives the story that little bit more depth and provides the plot with an added … Continue reading My Favourite Books With Dual Timelines
Hello everyone, Today I have a discussion on a topic which has been on my mind quite often of late. As we have just entered a new calendar year, this is a time where many book bloggers have published posts containing a list of their most anticipated 2021 releases - some of them fairly lengthy. … Continue reading Discussion – How Do We Hear About Upcoming Releases?
Hello everyone, Earlier in the year, I wrote a discussion post where I compiled a list of things that book bloggers love to talk about, ranging from bookshelves and lists to diversity, our endless TBR, and the Goodreads Challenge. Out of all my posts, it was one of the most enjoyable to write and so … Continue reading Discussion – Book Bloggers’ Non-Bookish Favourites
Hello everyone, It is four months since I wrote a discussion post, which for me is just way too long! I guess that I have just been really busy lately, but I am excited for this one as I feel like I have plenty to say here. Discussion posts can be long, but they are … Continue reading Discussion – The Pros and Cons of Thrillers
Hello everyone, I hope all of you are well and keeping safe. Today I have a more informal discussion post, which I hope you'll enjoy reading.. Since I began book blogging at the beginning of 2018, I have noticed that there are numerous topics that the community loves to talk about and share on a … Continue reading Discussion – What Book Bloggers Love To Talk About
Hello everyone, I have decided to go slightly off-topic today. It is somewhat ironic that I post this on the day the UK goes into virtual lockdown, but last week (Monday, 16th March) marked five years since I began working for the University of Bristol. It has been an amazing ride, and I have changed … Continue reading Five Years At The Uni