Summer Reading is my pleasure, whether on holiday or in the garden, there is nothing better than a cool drink and a book to read. Here are a selection of great reads for this summer I hope you enjoy. I am an affiliate of Waterstones so links on this page may earn me some money… Continue reading Summer Reading, a great selection from Waterstones
I wanted to read Lying in Wait after reading Sarah's review over on Mum of Three World. It's not a new book but it appealed to me a little more than Liz Nugent's new book, Our Little Cruelties, which I will definitely be reading soon. AuthorLiz NugentNarratorCaoilfhionn Dunne, David McFetridge, Lesley McGuireWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date29 December… Continue reading Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent a book review
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly April. Here in the UK we were treated to a couple of days of sunshine before it went cold again. But it is officially Spring now so hopefully we'll be able to get in the garden with our books. Then share your bookish posts with me here. Reading is… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly April, Spring is in the Air
I was intrigued about the Twyford Code by Janice Hallett after reading Sarah's Review on Mum of Three World. I decided to use my Audible Credit on the book. Publisher : Viper; Main edition (13 Jan. 2022)Language : EnglishHardcover : 384 pagesISBN-10 : 1788165314ISBN-13 : 978-1788165310Dimensions : 14.2 x… Continue reading The Twyford Code, Can You Solve it?
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly March. When the world around you seems like a crazy place books can be your escape. Turn off the news and read instead. And share your bookish posts with me. Reading is my passion and I love to write about what I’ve read. I’m a real book worm and… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly March, An Escape From Reality
I chose to read Shuggie Bain after so many people said it was their book of the year last year. I decided to buy it with my Audible Credit. I may contain affiliate links in my post which will earn me a little money if you click through and purchase something, but it won't cost… Continue reading Shuggie Bain, a Book Review
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly February. January passed us by in a blur of Covid and sickness but we are all feeling better now. Reading is my passion and I love to write about what I’ve read. I’m a real book worm and I have been since the day I could read. I decided… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly February, what are you reading?
I recently watched Stay Close on Netflix which was based on a book by Harlan Coben. I enjoyed it so much I thought I would give one of his books a read. The book I chose was The Stranger, which can also be found as an adaptation on Netflix. This post contains affiliate links By: Harlan… Continue reading The Stranger by Harlan Coben, book review
I'm a big fan of Terry Pratchett and have been so for 30 years. So yes, I've read the Hogfather, I've also seen the film. But this was the first time I have listened to the Audiobook and I chose it for my Christmas read. This post contains affiliate links, thanks for your support of… Continue reading The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett, My Christmas read
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly January and a very Happy New Year to all! Reading is my passion and I love to write about what I’ve read. I’m a real book worm and I have been since the day I could read. I decided to start this linky so that other book worms could… Continue reading Book worms Monthly January. Happy New Year