A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas was my top read of 2016 and I read it earlier this year in preparation of A Court of Wings and Ruin which was released in May. I meant to write down these 5 thoughts a while ago, but alas, university study and work has gotten… Continue reading 5 Thoughts on “A Court of Mist and Fury”
With the imminent arrival of in two weeks time I thought it would be good to discuss a few thoughts I have while reading A Court of Thorns and Roses on my annual re-read. I absolutely adore this series, mostly because of A Court of Mist and Fury but also because I think it is… Continue reading 5 Thoughts on “A Court of Thorns and Roses”
I thought to mix up my blog between the book reviews and Friday 5 (if I ever get to those!) that it would be a good idea for books that I re-read this year to write why I love them and think them worth re-reading. I love to re-read books, especially favourite series or books… Continue reading 5 Reasons why I like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Ah yes. The title grabs your eye, doesn’t it? Isn’t that the dream, to be asked out by someone in your favourite place at a perfect time, surrounded by books and the sense of adventure? Let me tell you a story, one that I wish I could deny as mine but also feel the need… Continue reading That time I got asked out in a Bookstore . . . And what happened next.
What a year of reading! I tried to make this the top 10 but I could not cut some of my favourites! These are my favourite reads of 2016. They aren’t necessarily books that have been released this year, just ones I have read and loved! Each comes with some reasons for why I loved… Continue reading Maddy’s Top 12 Reads of 2016
I read 87 books this year and loved the majority of them! I’ll be posting a few highlights of 2016 over the next few days as well as some book reviews. I’ve fallen behind and want to try write reviews for the majority of books I read during 2017. How many books did you read… Continue reading Books Read in 2016
Would you Rather only ever be able to re-read books you’ve read before? Or only be able to read new books? I challenged my family with this question not long ago and it has caused me a lot of thought. Who loves ‘Would you rather…” questions? I think they are so much fun. I love… Continue reading Would you Rather only ever be able to re-read books you’ve read before? Or only be able to read new books?