January 2023 Wrap-Up and Haul

2023 started off well for me, as I finished my TBR and read 22 books in total. I think a lot of this came from The Story Graph’s January Pages challenge, which inspired me to read at least a page every day. It allowed me to make time for myself and reading again. Also, I got a mega haul of some amazing books - thank you so much to the publishers for sending me these!

Recent Reads #85

Today, I'm sharing a long recap of my Recent Reads, many of which will have longer reviews in the future. This time, my standouts were Lady MacBethad by Isabelle Schuler, You Think You Know Me by Ayaan Mohamud, Atalanta by Jennifer Saint and One for All by Lillie Lainoff.

Mini Review Monday #94

I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was last week. Today, I'm reviewing Clara + Olivia by Lucy Ashe, You Think You Know Me by Ayaan Mohamud and A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon.

Mini Review Monday #93

I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was last week. Today, I'm delving into The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice Hallett, The Pledge by Cale Dietrich and The Shadow of Perseus by Claire Heywood.

Mini Review Monday #92

I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was last week. Today, I'm delving into Every Gift a Curse by Caroline O’Donoghue, Friday, I'm in Love by Camryn Garrett and The Last Tale of the Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi.

This Book Kills: Review and Interview

I am delighted to be sharing my stop on the blog tour for the brilliant This Book Kills by Ravena Guron. Thank you so much to Nina Douglas, Jess Feichtlbauer and Usborne for inviting me to participate in this tour and sending me a perfect proof package. This Book Kills is actually published today and is one of, if not the, YA mystery you should pick up this year.

2022 Wrap Up

Wow, what a year it’s been! This post is a celebration of the year and a record of all my wrap-ups, tying them together in one big post. I’ve also gone through and picked out twelve of my favourite posts, be that a book I loved or a review I’m really proud of.