‘More Than We Can Tell’: Book Review

It was like… a less depressing All The Bright Places Name: More Than We Can Tell Author: Brigid Kemmerer Published: 2018 Every day, Rev Fletcher struggles with the memories and demons of the time before he was adopted. He’s always managed just fine, until a letter from his birth father brings the hellfire, fear andContinue reading “‘More Than We Can Tell’: Book Review”

#TTT 12/1: Top Ten Albums

Hey everyone! As always, this great tag was originally created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted over at That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s prompt was ‘resolutions for 2021’, but since I’ve already done that, I thought I’d try something a bit different. (find my top 20 books for 2020 and New Years Resolutions hereContinue reading “#TTT 12/1: Top Ten Albums”

💀 Gideon the Ninth Cross-stitch 💀

I’m back with more cross-stitch! In case you missed my earlier posts, I got into cross stitching in Lockdown, and have been at stitching some of my favourite characters and quotes. Honestly, I can’t draw haha so I guess this is my way of doing fan art. Or fan sewing. I’ve wanted to do HarrowContinue reading “💀 Gideon the Ninth Cross-stitch 💀”

Most Powerful Quotes From ‘Pet’ by Awaeke Emezi

This is a book that needs to be heard. Name: Pet Author: Awaeke Emezi Published: 2019 Pet is here to hunt a monster.Are you brave enough to look? There are no more monsters anymore, or so the children in the city of Lucille are taught. With doting parents and a best friend named Redemption, JamContinue reading “Most Powerful Quotes From ‘Pet’ by Awaeke Emezi”

New Years Reading Challenge

Hey there! Today’s post is ‘The New Year’s Reading Challange’ – a big thanks to Sabrina from Notes From A Paper Plane Nomad for tagging me.5 I think its a great way to make sure I actually keep to my New Years reading resolutions for once… Rules: Link back to the original creator (The Corner of Laura) and linkContinue reading “New Years Reading Challenge”

Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review

Some of the stories were dark Name: The Language Of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic Author: Leigh Bardugo Illustrator: Sara Kipin Published: 2017 Love speaks in flowers. Truth requires thorns. A collection of six lavishly illustrated stories filled with betrayals, romance and revenge. Travel to a world of dark bargains struck by moonlight, ofContinue reading “Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review”

2020 Was Terrible But The Books Weren’t

We’ve nearly done it! 2020 is nearly over… and I’m as excited as Kermit there. Not to get too deep, but it’s been a difficult year for lots of people in lots of ways and hopefully 2021 can be a year of new beginnings. I was going to do a post talking about how myContinue reading “2020 Was Terrible But The Books Weren’t”

The 2020 Book Tag

I thought this was a great tag to celebrate the near death of 2020! I was tagged by the lovely Riddhi B. over at Whispering Stories (I’ve linked the site, check it out! Their book reviews are brilliant 🙂 ). Rules: Link back to the original creator, Phoenix @Books With Wings Thank the person who taggedContinue reading “The 2020 Book Tag”

Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Age Rating: Silver On The Tree Review

Name: Silver On The Tree (Book Five Of TheDark Is Rising Sequence) Author: Susan Cooper Published: 1977 The six servants of the Light – the Drew children, Will, Bran and the mysterious Merriman – have reached their last, desperate fight against the forces of the Dark. They face one final, daunting task: to find theContinue reading “Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Age Rating: Silver On The Tree Review”