Currently Reading :: 28 April

I’m not usually one to have more than just one book on the go, but this week I found myself partway through Jennifer Saint’s Ariadne (which was kindly sent to me by the team at Hachette) AND I wanted to reread The Raven Boys over the weekend, since the first scene is sent on St […]

Read More

Currently Reading :: The Rose Daughter :: Maria Lewis

I thought I’d pop in today to share a little update on my current read, The Rose Daughter by Maria Lewis.I was soooo excited when this one arrived in the mail from Hachette! I absolutely adored the other book I have read from Lewis’ Supernatural Sisters series (you can see my review of The Wailing […]

Read More

Currently Reading :: Lonely in Longreach :: Eva Scott

Here’s a bookish confession – sometimes if publishers send me books unsolicited I just can’t get around to reading them. In fact, almost all of the books I read and share here are titles I have specifically requested on account of being pretty sure I’ll like them. Lonely in Longreach by Eva Scott was one […]

Read More

Mantel in March :: Wolf Hall :: Hilary Mantel

If you’ve been in a bookshop in the past few weeks you’ve probably seen that The Mirror and the Light – the third book in Hilary Mantel‘s historical fiction series about Thomas Cromwell – is out now. This would have to be one of the most anticipated books of 2020 – the previous two books […]

Read More

October :: Currently Reading

Hello! I always think October feels so much later in the year than September, and here we are already! September was a pretty slow reading (and blogging!) month for me – I finished two books in the first half of the month, and didn’t pick up much else. This is mostly because I’ve been busy […]

Read More

TBR :: long weekend mini readathon

I spend so much of my reading time on new release books that the things I’ve had on my TBR shelf for a bit longer often get neglected. This week we have a long weekend in Canberra, and I thought it might be fun to dedicate my reading on these three days to some of […]

Read More