I found myself craving a comfort read the other week and decided to re-read Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. It came off the back of me realising I haven’t read Deathly Hallows in years, and would really love to go through the whole series once again. So, I started with number 1! Always a… Continue reading 5 Thoughts on Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone
Happy New Year! It’s January 2 which means it’s the perfect time to talk about the books I am most looking forward to this year. This year (like the last) has a lot of great books coming out and I know that I’ll be battling my TBR once again. I’ve set my Goodreads Reading Challenge… Continue reading Most Anticipated 2018 Reads
I can’t believe I’m writing this as it’s the end of the year! 2017 has been one of the biggest years of my life and I’m glad this isn’t a summary of my personal life because it would be long and complicated. I have read 58 books at the time of writing this and am… Continue reading Maddy’s Top 5 Books of 2017
Australian authors are absolutely underrated and not talked about enough, agreed? Today, I have the absolute privilege of sharing with you an interview I got to have with Maria Lewis, an Australian author, journalist and screenwriter. Maria has written three books: Who’s Afraid?, Who’s Afraid Too? and her latest release, It Came from the Deep.… Continue reading Interview with Maria Lewis, author of “Who’s Afraid?” and new release “It Came From the Deep”
This year when I re-read ACOTAR and ACOMAF by Sarah J Maas, instead of writing book reviews I wrote two posts, each sharing five thoughts on the books (you can find them here and here.) Since I’m a stickler for seeing things through, here is the one for ACOWAR. While I have also written a review … Continue reading 5 Thoughts on A Court of Wings and Ruin
I had the great opportunity to go to Lifeline’s Giant Book Fair on Thursday night with a friend (it may have been a date but the jury is still out on that one) and I had a really great time! It was so wonderful to have a room full of books and people all looking… Continue reading Book Fairs: Why they are great and tips for going to one!
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”