I didn’t fully realise how much i had read in October until i sat down to write my wrap up. I can hardly believe there are two months left of 2020, and not long left to continue with my reading goals for the year!Continue reading “October 2020 Wrap-Up”
Hello hello! I haven’t posted much recently and haven’t been on Twitter and Instagram as much as I would like but I am back with a post for our Crime Readathon which is still going on until this Sunday. There’s still chance for you to join in, so pick up a crime book and join us! Read on to find out what I’ve read so far and what I plan on getting finished by Sunday.Continue reading “Crime Readathon Update”
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book by the publisher.
This is one of the middle-grade books i’ve had my eye on for quite some time. I remember back in Feburary almost picking this up in a train station book shop (remember those things?!) and then immediately regretting not doing. It slipped out from my mind for a while until we announced our Crime readthon, hosted with Lois, and the lovely Charlie at Little Tiger offered to send us a copy to review.Continue reading “Agent Zaiba Investigates The Missing Diamonds by Annabelle Sami”
I’m not much of a TBR maker, however when it comes to a Readathon i have to have something set in place for what i might read, and i generally stick to it. Incase you didn’t know, ourselves and Lois at Lois Reads Books are hosting a Crime Readathon for two weeks, starting on Sunday the 25th of October!Continue reading “Sarah’s Crime Readathon TBR”
Once i read Laura Wood’s YA debut, i knew she’d be an auto buy author and someone that i absolutely adored. This was only solidified once i interviewed Laura a couple of years back, and lets just say our interview over-ran by 45 minutes.Continue reading “A Snowfall Of Silver by Laura Wood”
Ourselves and the lovely Lois of LoisReadsBooks announced a readathon we set up which begins this month, from the 25th October until 8th November 2020. It’s a Crime Readathon as we want to expand our reading of the crime genre and it’s various subgenres. We have created a little spreadsheet of some recommendations and suggestions where you could find some books for your readathon TBR!Continue reading “Crime Readathon Book Recs”
Septemeber has seemed like a hectic month! I feel as though i’ve barely gotten any reading done, and what i have read hasn’t been top tier incredible for me. But i managed to get my hands on some exciting review books in September, and our readathon has been announced for October, so i’m sure i’ll get plenty of reading done in October.