I MOVED. Okay so I mentioned that briefly in the last post but it's been a wild ride. We left the UK behind on the 21st of August and the last three weeks have been BUSY. So much paperwork and hoops to jump through to try to get everything sorted. We are only about half … Continue reading Memo Pad: August Wrap up
I moved home! I'm going to talk about it more in my actual wrap up but suffice to say everything is going to be late because I've only just got Internet back. But here is my mini review post for this month! Featuring two novels, one novella and a short story from a mix of … Continue reading Mini Reviews: August
I think I should just start pretending I mean to post my monthly wrap ups in the next month rather than keep saying it's late. What do you think? Anyway. What happened in July? I'm asking myself that question because at this point I can't remember! Writing wise, I managed to get the first two … Continue reading Memo Pad: July Wrap Up
My reading has been a bit all over the place, but I've finally reviewed the last book I read last month, along with a couple novellas, a short story and also two books for this post! And as usual for these mini review posts I'm going to dive right in. Waking up the Sun by … Continue reading Mini Reviews July: Novellas, Superheroes, & Autistic Rebels
June left. A while ago. Life has been super hectic (I was going to say here but I don't really have a here right now!) we packed up and moved out of the house I've lived in my whole life. (Bye London!). Moved in temporally with my aunt. Visited the place we are going to … Continue reading Memo Pad: June Wrap Up
AKA a mash up of the Mid Year Book freak out tag and a rundown of the best 5* reads of 2019 because what are rules? I've had an amazing year of reading this year so far. The most books I have ever read in a year was 68 but I have already managed to … Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out!
My reading has taken a hit this month with everything that’s been going on. My high reading count has finally caught up with me! So this is just a short post and I'm jumping straight in. David Mogo, Godhunter by Suyi Davies Okungbowa ***** (Review Copy) I loved the setting and story. David Mogo is a demigod … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Nigerian Godpunk, Queer Witches & Twisty YA