... if you could jump into the pages of one of your favourite books? Would you be flying high with dragons? Casting spells with ease? Drinking tea and dancing in Regency England? Scurrying down blacked out streets during The Blitz of WWII? Questing with confidants to save the world? Or peering through a magnifying glass … Continue reading Where would you go…
Goodreads Synopsis: In the borderlands of the village Les Échelles, giants sleep and werewolves howl. Travelers must cross deep gorges to pay visit. The only strangers are treasure-hunters seeking the riches of Zahara, a drowned Crusader bride. She planted the nearby woods with rich botanicals, now the healing herbs of Irène Guéri, apothecary in these … Continue reading The Peddler of Wisdom – Review
An excellent question Dear Readers, One I am asking on your behalf (haha) in the wake of not having posted in quite some time. Let's catch up on what we have and have not been doing as of late. I have not been writing... anything. (Not even a couple of sentences in a writing prompt!) … Continue reading Where have I gone?
*Before I even start can we just note how amazing this cover art is! I am a sucker for a great book cover and this one captures the feel of this novel completely!* Goodreads Synopsis: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to share your home with an unearthly spirit who can’t find … Continue reading Reviewing Maggie by Mya O’Malley
Synopsis: Dreams Are Not Dreamed by Menachem Esse follows three years in the life of teenage Bryce and his aspirations to be a professional snowboarder in the face of snowboarding being forbidden due to a significant injury and the subsequent divorce of his parents. Favourite Quotes: “His heart was hurting now, as though someone were … Continue reading Dreams Are Not Dreamed – Review
I do not know where to even start regarding reading My Mostly Happy Life: Autobiography of a Climbing Tree by . Let us start with a synopsis as I try to organize my thoughts. Goodreads Synopsis: Once upon a time, Samuel Swerling, a World War II veteran and inventor, decided to build a park. It … Continue reading Definitely a first for me!
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to visit/live in New York City. It sprang more from the era of Breakfast at Tiffany's than Sex and the City, but my desire to be there has always remained constant. I have yet to make it there, but I know one day I … Continue reading Emma in NYC!
Hello again dear readers, I wanted to discuss the ever important bookworm’s favourite pastime: buying books! Specifically BOOK HAULS! (**This post is not sponsored in any way, I just love deals and want to share them with my fellow book lovers!) I have recently come across two great sites for all your book … Continue reading Load ’em up!
... for book club. Dear readers, hold on to your pages because here we go! I had discussed in a post in December (So I joined a book club…) how I had done just that. I told you I would update you on the results. Well I did not end up going, as the meeting … Continue reading The things we do…