Sunday, 28 September 2014

Review: Accession by Terah Edun

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Title: Accession
Author: Terah Edun
Series: Sarath Web, #1
My rating: 1 / 5
Pages: 203

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Sixteen-year-old Katherine Thompson wasn’t trained to rule a coven. That was her sister – perfect, beautiful Rose. But when a mysterious plane crash kills off the heir presumptive of the Sandersville coven she has no choice.

After stepping in to fill her sister’s shoes, Katherine realizes she didn’t have a clue – faery wars, depressed trolls and angry unicorns are just the beginning.

For centuries, her family has served the high Queens on both sides of the Atlantic but it is a well-known rule that mid-level witches stay away from high-level Queens.

But when Katherine’s youngest cousin vanishes without a trace in the Atlanta court and no one wants to investigate, Katherine decides to step into the darkness on her own. She will soon discover that nothing, in a queen's court, is as it seems.

-- As seen on Goodreads

Friday, 26 September 2014

Review: Until I Die by Amy Plum

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Title: Until I Die
Author: Amy Plum
Series: Revenants, #2
Format: Paperback, owned
My rating: 4 / 5
Setting: Paris, France
Pages: 353

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My life had always been blissfully, wonderfully normal. But it only took one moment to change everything.

Kate has chosen to leave the comfort and safety of her human life in order to join Vincent in the dangerous supernatural world he inhabits. For his part, he has sworn to go against his very nature and resist the repeat deaths that are his fate as a revenant - even though it will bring him immeasurable suffering.

Desperate to help him, Kate's search for answers takes her from the glamourous streets of Paris to the city's squalid underbelly. But when she stumbles across a secret that could help to overthrow their enemies for ever, Kate unwittingly puts everyone she loves at risk. And puts herself in the midst of an ancient and deadly war, not as a bystander... but as a target.

-- As per synopsis on my paperback

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Review: The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa

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Title: The Iron Daughter
Author: Julie Kagawa
Series: The Iron Fey, #2
Format: Paperback, owned
My rating: 2.5 / 5
Pages: 406

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Half Summer faery princess, half human, Meghan has never fit in anywhere. Deserted by the Winter prince she thought loved her, she is prisoner to the Winter faery queen. As war looms between Summer and Winter, Meghan knows that the real danger comes from the Iron fey—ironbound faeries that only she and her absent prince have seen. But no one believes her.

Worse, Meghan's own fey powers have been cut off. She's stuck in Faery with only her wits for help. Trusting anyone would be foolish. Trusting a seeming traitor could be deadly. But even as she grows a backbone of iron, Meghan can't help but hear the whispers of longing in her all-too-human heart.

-- As seen on Goodreads

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

10 Books On My Autumn 2014 Bookish Shopping List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme run by The Broke and the Bookish.

I got a pleasant surprise when I went back and had a look at my Summer 2014 TBR list. I read 7 out of the 10 books I listed! This is a huge improvement over my Spring TBR, where I only managed 4… oops? The actual topic this week is “Ten Books On My Fall 2014 TBR List,” but I’m doing a little spin on it. I don’t own any of these books, but I plan on reading these as soon as I can get my grabby hands on them. (Yes, I’m looking at ye, Crown of Midnight, Unhinged and Boundless!)

Monday, 22 September 2014

Back Next Week

I'm taking a few days off...

I mentioned this in my Sunday Post yesterday, but just in case anyone missed it – I won’t be around for the next week. I haven’t taken more than a couple of days off here or there since I started the blog, and I feel like I need to recharge those batteries, have some time away and do other things.

I have a few posts scheduled over the coming days – let me know if you stop by so I can visit when I come back to the land of blogging on Monday! It will be strange not logging in, writing a post or two, replying to comments and visiting everyone’s blogs!

Have an amazing week, take care and see you soon! xx

Saturday, 20 September 2014

The Sunday Post -- September 1 - 20

The Sunday Post at Journey Through Fiction blog

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It's a chance to share news, recap what has happened on the blog, what is upcoming and anything everything in between.

Re-Cap: September 1 - 20

No Book Buying In September

Back in the middle of August, I was looking at all the books I have in the house to read and I made one of those silly little resolutions that I thought would be really easy to keep - I wouldn’t spend any money on books in September. For thirty days, my wallet will get a breather where books are concerned.

I don’t really like the term “book buying ban” – that will definitely get the opposite reaction from me, and I’d end up getting ALL the books… A book buying hiatus sound a little better to me!

Well - this has been the hardest promise I have ever made! And it’s not even a promise I made to someone else – just to me!

Friday, 19 September 2014

Ten Book Challenge Tag

I was tagged by the Fangirling Misses to do the Ten Book Challenge - Thank You! The rules are simple, list the first ten books that come to mind that have left a lasting impression on you. Here are the 'official' rules:

“List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. Do not take more than a few minutes and do not think too hard. They do not have to be the “right” books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way. Paste these instructions and tag 10 friends, including me, so I can see your list.”

I’m going to leave this an open tag, so if you’d like to take part, go for it! It’s actually quite interesting to see which ten books come to mind without thinking too hard about it!

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Review: Raising Demons (Demonglass) by Rachel Hawkins

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Title: Raising Demons
(US title: Demonglass)
Author: Rachel Hawkins
Series: Hex Hall, #2
Format: Paperback, owned
My rating: 3.5 / 5
Pages: 359

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Sophie Mercer's first term at Hex Hall turned out to be quite eventful. First the ghost of her evil grandmother haunted her every move, then her best friend was accused of murder and of course there was the discovery that Archer Cross, aka the boy of her dreams, was actually an undercover demon hunter - which would probably be something she could have worked on, if she hadn't also discovered that she was actually the demon Archer was hunting…

So, despite their issues, Sophie is actually relieved to be spending the summer in London with her father. But when your father is Head of The Council of Prodigium and your summer is being spent at the headquarters of everything magical, then a quiet holiday isn't really that likely. And, as Sophie struggles to come to terms with her new found demon powers, she finds herself thrust once again into a world of dark magic and conspiracies. The only thing that could possibly make things more complicated would be for Archer Cross to show up again, which of course he wouldn't, would he?

-- As seen on Goodreads

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

WoW #27 - Shadow Study by Maria V. Snyder

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Shadow Study by Maria V. Snyder

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Ten Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From, But NEED To Read More

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme run by The Broke and the Bookish.

I’m kind of glad this list is based on authors I’ve already read. If it was authors I want to read, I’d have been in serious trouble! I think I’d need a five-part series of blog posts to cover them all! All but two of the books I listed here are the first books in a series. I’m pretty good at continuing a series when I love the first book – it might take a few years, but it’ll happen!

Monday, 15 September 2014

Review: Splintered by A.G. Howard

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Title: Splintered
Author: A.G. Howard
Series: Splintered, #1
Format: Paperback, owned
My rating: 4.5 / 5
Pages: 377

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Alyssa Gardner hears the whispers of bugs and flowers—precisely the affliction that landed her mother in a mental hospital years before. This family curse stretches back to her ancestor Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Alyssa might be crazy, but she manages to keep it together. For now.

When her mother’s mental health takes a turn for the worse, Alyssa learns that what she thought was fiction is based in terrifying reality. The real Wonderland is a place far darker and more twisted than Lewis Carroll ever let on. There, Alyssa must pass a series of tests, including draining an ocean of Alice’s tears, waking the slumbering tea party, and subduing a vicious bandersnatch, to fix Alice’s mistakes and save her family.

She must also decide whom to trust: Jeb, her gorgeous best friend and secret crush, or the sexy but suspicious Morpheus, her guide through Wonderland, who may have dark motives of his own.

-- As seen on Goodreads

Saturday, 13 September 2014

The To Be Read Tag

Thanks Val @ The Innocent Smiley for tagging me to take part in the To Be Read Tag! Ahh our lovely TBR lists! This tag is designed for us to have a little chat about our TBR’s, and answer some questions about them. (Oh, and to scare us with the total number of books we plan on reading.) I have a love/hate relationship with mine most days. I love keeping track of all the books I want to read, and seeing all the pretty covers of upcoming books. But there is a flip side: it never shrinks. Also, it’s a lovely reminder of all the books I’ll probably never get the chance to read!

How do you keep track of your TBR pile?

Goodreads! It’s a little scary how much I depend on those lists. If the site went “poof” tomorrow, I’d be in serious trouble!

Is your TBR mostly print or ebook?

Print. I own more ebooks, but the vast majority of the books I really want to read I have in print. Physical books are my preferred method of reading, but ebook sales and freebies are extremely appealing, too!

How do you determine which book from your TBR to read next?

I’m quite a moody reader, but at the beginning of each month I usually choose eight or ten books I’m in the mood to read, and then I’ll choose one randomly from that stack. When I can’t decide between two books, I have been known to use the highly scientific method of flipping a coin and calling heads-or-tails…

A book that’s been in your TBR the longest?

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead. I… don’t have any excuses why I haven’t read this series yet. I always end up overlooking it when I’m searching for new books. One day, I will get around to reading it!

A book you recently added to your TBR

The Darkness of Light by Tammy Farrell

A book in your TBR strictly because of its beautiful cover

Crewel by Gennifer Albin -- I did intend to read Crewel when I added it to my TBR. I’m not as interested in it anymore though, but the cover is so pretty!

A book in your TBR that you never plan on reading

Allegiant. I added both Insurgent and Allegiant after I finished reading Divergent, when I was coming off a good book high. I didn’t enjoy Insurgent, and then after Allegiant was released, I was told a huge spoiler for the ending. I don’t really see any point in reading it at this stage.

An unpublished book in your TBR that you’re excited for

Just look at that cover... I read Splintered recently, and even though I haven’t read Unhinged yet, it has to be Ensnared!

A book in your TBR that everyone recommends to you

The entire Harry Potter series! Yeah, I’m one of the very rare people that hasn’t read the Harry Potter series yet. I did take the plunge this year, and bought all seven books. I have read the first book, so it will happen! I will read the rest of the series! Sooooon.

Number of books in my TBR

A lot! But in seriousness: I have 956 books in my TBR list right now. This scares me so much!

And now for the tags!

No pressure on these lovely bloggers, but if they’d like to do this, I’ll tag:

Kristalyn @ The Sarcastic Palmtree
Monique @ Mo_Books
Trish @ Between My Lines
Sharon @ Sharon’s Book Nook
Eileen @ BookCatPin
Isabel @ Liberamans

Also, I’m going to leave this as an open tag, so… YOU! If you want to do the tag, give it a go!

Friday, 12 September 2014

Pre-Blogging Book Hunts -- F&F #12

Feature and Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read.

The goal is to increase blog followers and to make new friends. If you want to take part, answer the question posted and add your post to the linky, follow the hosts and the featured blogs, and hop from blog to blog leaving a comment to say hello, and follow to your hearts content. It's the you-follow-me, I-follow-back and vice-versa method.

This Weeks Question:

Before blogging (dark times people!) how would you find out about new books, or did you?

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Review: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo book cover

Title: Shadow and Bone
Author: Leigh Bardugo
Series: The Grisha, #1
Format: Kindle
My rating: 3 / 5
Pages: 320

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The Shadow Fold, a swathe of impenetrable darkness, crawling with monsters that feast on human flesh, is slowly destroying the once-great nation of Ravka.

Alina, a pale, lonely orphan, discovers a unique power that thrusts her into the lavish world of the kingdom’s magical elite—the Grisha. Could she be the key to unravelling the dark fabric of the Shadow Fold and setting Ravka free?

The Darkling, a creature of seductive charm and terrifying power, leader of the Grisha. If Alina is to fulfil her destiny, she must discover how to unlock her gift and face up to her dangerous attraction to him.

But what of Mal, Alina’s childhood best friend? As Alina contemplates her dazzling new future, why can’t she ever quite forget him?

Glorious. Epic. Irresistible. Romance.

-- As seen on Goodreads

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

City of Savages by Lee Kelly -- WoW #26

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

City of Savages by Lee Kelly

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Teaser Tuesday: Accession by Terah Edun

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teaser: Accession by Terah Edun

Standing on shaky legs, Katherine looked into the dark clouds rolling through the sky with ominous potency. She could see five ghostly riders. Five harbingers of death.

-- Accession, Kindle Locations 556-557 -- 20%

Accession by Terah Edun  book cover

Title: Accession by Terah Edun
Series: The Sarath Web, #1

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Sixteen-year-old Katherine Thompson wasn’t trained to rule a coven. That was her sister – perfect, beautiful Rose. But when a mysterious plane crash kills off the heir presumptive of the Sandersville coven she has no choice.

After stepping in to fill her sister’s shoes, Katherine realizes she didn’t have a clue – faery wars, depressed trolls and angry unicorns are just the beginning.

For centuries, her family has served the high Queens on both sides of the Atlantic but it is a well-known rule that mid-level witches stay away from high-level Queens.

But when Katherine’s youngest cousin vanishes without a trace in the Atlanta court and no one wants to investigate, Katherine decides to step into the darkness on her own. She will soon discover that nothing, in a queen's court, is as it seems.

-- As seen on Goodreads

What do you think? What books are you reading this week? Feel free to leave a link to your teaser post so I can stop by!

Monday, 8 September 2014

Early Review: Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

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Title: Rock Addiction by
Author: Nalini Singh
Series: Rock Kiss, #1
Format: eARC, kindly provided by
TKA Distribution via NetGalley
My rating: 1.5 / 5
Publication Date: September 9th, 2014
Pages: 312

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A bad boy wrapped in a sexy, muscled, grown-up package might be worth a little risk…

Molly Webster has always followed the rules. After an ugly scandal tore apart her childhood and made her the focus of the media’s harsh spotlight, she vowed to live an ordinary life. No fame. No impropriety. No pain. Then she meets Zachary Fox, a tattooed bad boy rocker with a voice like whiskey and sin, and a touch that could become an addiction.

A one-night stand with the hottest rock star on the planet, that’s all it was meant to be…

Fox promises scorching heat and dangerous pleasure, coaxing Molly to extend their one-night stand into a one-month fling. After that, he’ll be gone forever, his life never again intersecting with her own. Sex and sin and sensual indulgence, all with an expiration date. No ties, no regrets. Too late, Molly realizes it isn’t only her body that’s become addicted to Fox, but her heart…

-- As seen on Goodreads

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Review: Deadly Curiosities by Gail Z. Martin

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Title: Deadly Curiosities
Author: Gail Z. Martin
Series: Deadly Curiosities, #1
Format: eARC, kindly provided by
publishers via NetGalley
My rating: 2.5 / 5

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Cassidy Kincaide owns Trifles & Folly, an antique/curio store and high-end pawn shop in Charleston, South Carolina that is more than what it seems. Dangerous magical and supernatural items sometimes find their way into mortal hands or onto the market, and Cassidy is part of a shadowy Alliance of mortals and mages whose job it is to take those deadly curiosities out of circulation.

Welcome to Trifles & Folly, an antique and curio shop with a dark secret. Proprietor Cassidy Kincaide continues a family tradition begun in 1670—acquiring and neutralizing dangerous supernatural items. It’s the perfect job for Cassidy, whose psychic gift lets her touch an object and know its history. Together with her business partner Sorren, a 500 year-old vampire and former jewel thief, Cassidy makes it her business to get infernal objects off the market. When mundane antiques suddenly become magically malicious, it’s time for Cassidy and Sorren to get rid of these Deadly Curiosities before the bodies start piling up.

-- As seen on Goodreads

Friday, 5 September 2014

Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Blogging

I can’t believe I’ve been blogging continuously for almost seven months! Looking back to the start of the year, I realise just how naïve I was. Some things that are obvious to me now, didn’t even cross my mind back then! The biggest lesson I’ve learned in my short time haunting this corner of the internet is that there isn’t any one perfect method of blogging. The only method that matters is the one that works for you personally. It’s taken me quite a while to settle in, and I’m constantly learning new things and new ways to approach blogging. I wanted to write down a few things that I wish I knew eight to ten months ago, when I was considering starting a blog. Heck, I still struggle with quite a few of these points!

It’s Time-Consuming!

This is a fairly obvious point, but I personally didn’t realise just HOW time consuming book blogging can be. I knew I would have to dedicate several hours a day to writing blog posts, visiting other blogs and everything else, but I didn’t fully factor in all the additional things that manage to eat up precious time.

Take one single book review for example. First of all, you have to read the book. I’m not the fastest reader on the planet, and I like taking my time reading and fully enjoying the story. Let’s average out and say a book could take anywhere from 5 – 8+ solid hours of reading. This will vary so much depending on page count, how much I love the book etc. Then you have to write up a review, and this can vary too, depending on how much you have to say about the book. Say, at least another hour for writing and proof-reading, and a little more time to schedule the review, and you could have anywhere from 6 – 9+ hours of your life dedicated to one solitary blog post!

This is making DNFing books look extremely appealing, isn’t it?

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

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Title: Throne of Glass
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Series: Throne of Glass, #1
Format: Paperback, owned
My rating: 5 / 5
Pages: 404

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Meet Celaena Sardothien.
Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for greatness.

In the dark, filthy salt mines of Endovier, an eighteen-year-old girl is serving a life sentence. She is a trained assassin, the best of her kind, but she made a fatal mistake: she got caught.

Young Captain Westfall offers her a deal: her freedom in return for one huge sacrifice. Celaena must represent the prince in a to-the-death tournament—fighting the most gifted thieves and assassins in the land. Live or die, Celaena will be free. Win or lose, she is about to discover her true destiny. But will her assassin’s heart be melted?

-- As seen on Goodreads

My Thoughts

I was a little apprehensive when I started Throne of Glass. I’d seen so much praise and love for both the book and the characters, I was afraid I would be disappointed and my expectations would be too high. Thankfully this wasn’t the case – I absolutely loved Throne of Glass! For me, the characters were the main highlight of the book. I loved the way they interacted with each other, and I really liked that all their relationships were built up over the course of the book, rather than being rushed right at the beginning. To me, this made each relationship and their individual dynamic much more believable.

Celaena Sardothien is an assassin and our heroine in Throne of Glass, and I absolutely loved her! She is such a strong character, with a girly, flirty, manipulative air. It was so nice to see that her femininity wasn’t sacrificed for a more masculine depiction of strength and power. She’s a girly-girl assassin, and it makes such a nice change from the usual cold, aloof “I need to suppress my femininity and all emotion just to be taken seriously as a strong and powerful woman” approach. Celaena wouldn’t think twice about decapitating you or cutting your heart out, but this doesn’t completely define her personality, and she has a softer side that balances her character in a way I found so believable and appealing. Plus, she’s a bookworm and protects animals – lots of brownie points for these traits. Her reaction when she found the castle’s library with a million books was priceless! She has her flaws and being hot-headed is the main one, but for me, this added to how humorous she is in her interactions with the other characters, and I found it so entertaining to read.

We meet Captain of the Guard Chaol Westfall right at the beginning of the story, with Crown Prince Dorian Havilliard following closely after, and I adored both Chaol and Dorian. I loved seeing how their personalities differed, yet both were depicted in a believable way that left me liking both characters (almost) equally. Chaol is the quiet one out of the two, and he’s used to taking the back seat to Dorian, knowing that the Prince will be preferred over him. He’s cold and very aloof toward Celaena at the beginning, and it was lovely to see him mellow quite a bit over the course of the book as their relationship grew. I loved getting to see the caring and loyal side to his personality, which he kept hidden under all the sarcasm and teasing. I never had a problem with Dorian at any stage. He’s likeable, and much more outgoing than Chaol. He’s the confident one, always cracking a joke and knowing what to say at the right moments. I really liked seeing that he has a depth to his personality, and he wants to make a difference and can see the fault in his father’s ways. There isn’t anything terribly dislikeable about Dorian – I just love Chaol so much more!

Usually when there is a lot of POV switching, I find myself disconnected from the characters and the storyline, but thankfully, that never occurred here at any stage. For me, seeing things from other characters perspectives really helped to round out the story and give a clearer picture of each of their personalities. The third person narrative is another thing that I sometimes find difficult to fully connect with. I was so happy that I connected with all the characters just as well as I would have done with a first person narrative – so this is a huge plus for me!

I would have loved to learn more about Erilea, and how all the places on the map at the beginning of the book relate to each other. This reminds me a little of my feelings after reading Cinder: everything that was in the story was great, but I want to know more! We get to see a certain amount of the continents history and the world building in general, but I just feel like if a bit more information was given, it would have added so much to the overall impression I’m left with. For the greater portion of the book, it is set in Rifthold Castle and I would have liked to know more a bit more about the ins and outs of castle life. I feel like I’m familiar with the structure, but I don’t know any of the finer details about the place.

I loved the writing style, and I found it so easy to get lost in the story and not want to put the book down. I will warn that the blurb is slightly misleading in regard to the “to-the-death” tournament part. As this dominated the blurb, I thought it would dominate most of the story as well, and I was left wondering when the to-the-death tournament would begin. (Good Lord, that sounds so bloodthirsty… but you know what I mean!) I feel the mystery surrounding the other champions, along with the main characters themselves overshadowed this element of the book more than I was expecting. If I’m honest, none of this really affected my overall opinion of the book: I loved Throne of Glass. It captured my interest right from the start and refused to let go. I loved all the characters, and I only wish I had a copy of Crown of Midnight so I could continue on with the series straight away!

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

WoW #25 - Very Bad Things by Susan McBride

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

 Very Bad Things by Susan McBride book cover

Very Bad Things by Susan McBride

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Ten Book Characters I Would Have Liked At My Lunch Table

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme run by The Broke and the Bookish.

I’m pretty sure we have a completely different school and lunch system over here in Ireland, compared to the States. When I was in school, I never had a lunch table as such – I was ushered into the cafeteria the first day, and never returned for the rest of my school career! Plus, it was ridiculously small, and the entire school population wouldn’t have fit at the tables. This forced us to have only two options: go outside if the weather was nice, or take over a classroom!

My list will be for either the lunch-table option, or as I did when I was in school: I could definitely see myself eating lunch with these characters in our own private classroom ;-)

Monday, 1 September 2014

The Reading List That Never Shrinks

I wrote a post at the end of July saying I wanted to start chipping away at books that have been sitting on my to-read shelf for a long time, and my plans were to try and fit a few of them in my each month. When I wrote up the post, I overlooked that August happened to bring three new books I wanted to read – Resistance, Opposition and Dust to Dust – right to my post box and Kindle App.

Oh, and a mini-avalanche of new books, NetGalley approvals and review requests.

Good to see my book buying addiction and my inability to overlook the new, shiny books on my shelf is as strong as ever!


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