This post contains affiliate links. This has no impact on you, but if you were to purchase an item using the link provided, I may earn a small commission. Another month has flown by and before we know it, we’re already a third of the way through 2019. It’s going so quickly!! April hasn’t been bad when it comes to the number of books I managed to read: 3 novels and a short story. The good news too is that… Keep Reading
How is it already April?? I managed to get through three books since during March since my last post (if you missed it then you can check out what I read back in February here). Although I may not have the reading pace that I enjoyed last year but I am enjoying this slow and steady approach to books much more. So, without further ado, here is what I managed to read last month:
What better day to post this than on World Book Day? I love the fact that we have an entire day dedicated to celebrating all things books and reading. I love to read and I’m really proud that it’s a habit that both my little ones have inherited. It’s been a really slow month for books in February. I started off strong with a book within the first few days, but I lost momentum after that and life got in… Keep Reading
This is a review post. I was provided with a copy of this book in return for my honest review. I was recently invited to take part in a book release blog tour for The God of All Small Boys. Written by Joseph Lamb, who – before turning to children’s literature – wrote historical drama. Therefore, it is of no surprise to me that The God of All Small Boys is packed full of detail and action. As soon as a I read the… Keep Reading
I really enjoyed keeping track of what I read last year so I thought I would bring that forward in to 2019. Rather than having individual book reviews, I thought I would simply look back on what I read in the past month and share my thoughts. Therefore, if you’re looking for some book inspiration, then read on!! This month has definitely been a bit of a mixed selection…..