January Wrap Up

I’m astounded by how many books I’ve been able to read during one month! Normally, it would take me months to read just one book because I wouldn’t spare any time to read due to being tired or out with friends and family. Whenever I get a spare moment now, it’s spent by reading.

This month I have read six books (which I shall be reviewing shortly!)

These were:

  • The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
  • Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
  • The New Hunger (prequel to Warm Bodies) by Isaac Marion
  • Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor
  • The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes by Anna McPartlin
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

I was going to pick my favourite book out of the above which I read this month, but there’s more than one book that became my favourite! The Night Circus and The Girl on the Train took me by surprise, they were brilliant reads and I didn’t want the stories to end!

I shall start book reviewing in the next week and work on expanding my blog,

Speak soon,


Ahoy there!

Hello. Hi. Welcome!

This is my first blog post ….ever! I’m very excited to start my year by doing something different for a change. For a long while, I’ve been dreaming about starting a book review blog but never thought that I’d actually get round to doing it!

I’ve loved reading books ever since I was a little girl. When summer holidays came around each year during my primary school days, I’d be excited for the Book Trail event that was held at our local library. The Book Trail is a reading challenge where you pick books out of a selection that the library has to offer. At the end of Summer, the librarian asks you questions about what happened in the book, who the characters were etc. This resulted in children being rewarded with prizes such as badges and stationery. It was great!

Getting back to the blog, I’m looking forward to sharing my book reviews with everyone in the blog community. It’s going to be quite strange at first as I’m the one normally reading everybody else’s reviews, how the roles are going to change!

Here’s to a new year,

Speak soon!