Last year, I challenged myself tp read more books. This is how I did it, and how you can do it too...
After thoroughly enjoying ‘The Flatshare’ last year, I was excited to listen to another of Beth O’Leary’s novels - and what a lovely listen this was! ‘The Switch’ is about a grandmother and granddaughter who decide to switch lifestyles for two months. This sounds like a somewhat unlikely premise, but like in her previous novel, … Continue reading Audiobook Review: ‘The Switch’ by Beth O’Leary
I've been looking forward to reading in July for months now. My school broke up for summer on the 3rd and I had some great reads lined up and ready to go. 'Invisible Girl' by Lisa Jewell I'm lucky enough to be member of NetGalley, an online community which connects publishers and authors with reviewers, … Continue reading What I’ve been reading… July 2020
Too many books and not enough time this month! ‘The Lingering’ by S. J. I. Holliday This is the second of two books that I won in a competition earlier this year, and it was another goody. The Lingering has elements of the paranormal, medical and psychological about it. I normally avoid anything with ghosts … Continue reading What I’ve been reading… June 2020
With the country still in lockdown (level 4, they’ve now labelled it),May turned out to be pretty much April round 2. The big drop in my reading time this month had two culprits: I was teaching from home for most of the month, and we had loads of sunshine and so I spent a lot … Continue reading What I’ve been reading… May 2020