Now I don't know about you all, but I love myself a bit of positive thinking. While awful things happen all too often in this world and they deserve to be acknowledged I think it is important to still keep a positive mindset as much as possible. Don't let the bad moments/thoughts keep you down! … Continue reading Positive Thinking.
It has been my aim to read more classics this year and I'm ashamed to admit this is only my second so far. Picnic At Hanging Rock was a great second choice being a fairly short read full of mystery and intrigue. For those of you who don't know Picnic At Hanging Rock is a … Continue reading Picnic At Hanging Rock – Joan Lindsay
How to Dance It Out, Stand In The Sun and Be Your Own Person. Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes has been on my to read list since I heard about it. I loved Grey's Anatomy, I say I loved it because I could just never continue after she killed off Lexi and McSteamy. In fact … Continue reading Year of Yes – Shonda Rhimes
I was very lucky recently, I won a Facebook competition hosted by Allen & Unwin for a book lucky dip. To my excitement I came home from work and found a parcel on my doorstep containing my prize. Well prizes, I received two! I love the concept of a lucky dip and also the "blind … Continue reading Book Mail Surprise
This book for me was a reread. I first read The Girl On The Train last August after hearing it compared to Gone Girl. Now I loved Gone Girl, that book hooked me in and had me on the edge of my seat the whole novel. This lead me going into this book with high … Continue reading The Girl On The Train – Paula Hawkins
Considering I have read these three books in quick succession, I decided I may as well review them together also rather than spam you all with three fairly similar posts in a row. Each of the books in the Throne of Glass series has been a unique book, each playing it's role in the story … Continue reading Crown of Midnight, Heir of Fire and Queen of Shadows
Does anyone else have an out of control TBR pile? I'm going to assume yes, of course you do. There are too many great books out there that sound so interesting you just NEED to read and I'm sure, just like me, you find it impossible to walk into a bookstore and not purchase a … Continue reading Managing the never-ending pile