Have I ever mentioned how much I love books?
Every Day by David Levithan “Every day I am someone else. I am myself – I know I am myself – but I am also someone else. It has always been like this. Every morning, A wakes up in a different body. There’s never any warning about who it will be, but A is used… Continue reading What I Read This Month: April 2018
Last year I decided that I owned WAY too many books and needed to do something about that. At first I tried to sell them, but that took too long and not many people wanted to buy books for a reasonable price, taking them all down to a charity shop was almost impossible to do without transport so I came up with the idea to offer a free bundle of books to any of my fellow Spoonies who requested one.
I’ve previously attempted to do a monthly reads series on my blog, but after posting a few times I started to feel silly and like they sounded stupid so I deleted them and stopped bothering. But since books are my life and reading is one of my biggest joys, I have decided that I’m going… Continue reading What I Read This Month: March 2018
I’d seen a lot of people raving about One of Us is Lying prior to purchasing it so after weeks of having it in my Wish-List I finally decided to buy a copy and see for myself just how good it really is. The story centres around a group of teenagers Bronwyn the “geek” ,Nate… Continue reading One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M.McManus Review
It’s me again! Yikes time has well and truly flown by since my last post. And for once that’s because I’ve been a busy bee! Busy doing what you may ask? Weeeelll back in June/July I enrolled on an Open University course! That happens to be a massive deal for me, my education had to… Continue reading My Little Project & University?!
One of my favourite things to do is read, I’ve been a massive bibliophile for as long as I can remember,but reading is more of a comfort nowadays than it was when I was a child. When I’m reading I can block out the world for a little while,leave myself behind and become whichever character… Continue reading It’s my safety blanket