Bibliophile
blogging, Books, stationery

The perks of being a book blogger

[Ad - review/previous collaboration. I was sent the pictured products for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains affiliate links] I've been blogging about books for nearly seven years now and I bleddy love it. As a lifelong bookworm, it's such a fun platform to share what I love with… Continue reading The perks of being a book blogger

Empowering books for young readers
Books, feminism

Empowering books for young readers

[Ad - review. This post features books sent for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also features affiliate links] Abrams + Chronicle are without a doubt my favourite publisher when it comes to beautiful books. My shelves are packed with stunning coffee table books and inspiring children's books - they really… Continue reading Empowering books for young readers

A few of my favourite things
Books, Lifestyle

A few of my favourite things #80

And so begins another instalment of 'look at all the books I accumulated last week even though I'm on a book buying ban and trying to curb my library reservations until I tackle my TBR'. Plus some cute Jenson stories. Charity shop book haul I can't help but window shop on the way home from… Continue reading A few of my favourite things #80

There Are Girls Like Lions - poetry book review
Books, feminism

International Women’s Day 2019

[Ad - review/giveaway. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and an additional copy to give away. All thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Happy International Women's Day! One of my goals this year is to read more poetry. I wasn't a fan throughout my years… Continue reading International Women’s Day 2019

The Bell Jar gift box from Literary Emporium - review and giveaway
Books

World Book Day 2019

[Ad - review/giveaway. I was sent a gift set for review purposes and an additional box to give away. All thoughts are my own.] Happy World Book Day! I got to thinking recently about favourite books and how so many bookworms struggle to pick one single title. It's easy (ish) to pick a favourite genre… Continue reading World Book Day 2019

All Hail the Queen: Twenty Women Who Rules by Jennofer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha - book review
Books, feminism

Book review: All Hail the Queen by Jennifer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Have I mentioned lately how much I'm loving this boom of inspiring feminist non-fiction? I spent nearly thirty years primarily reading and learning about male leaders, rulers and… Continue reading Book review: All Hail the Queen by Jennifer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha

What I've been reading lately
Books

What I’ve been reading lately #15

I'm trying to get in the habit of not reading consecutive books from the same genre and, so far, I'm pleased with how diverse my reading has been this year. The last three books I've read were all written by women; one is an autobiography, one is a narrative based on actual events and one… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #15

To be read: A booklover's notebook
Books, stationery

Bookworm essentials | To Be Read: A Booklover’s Notebook

[Ad - review. I was sent this notebook for review purposes and all thoughts are my own] If you're anything like me, you always have a book with you, you're forever scrolling through Bookstagram and reading blog posts, and you're signed up to various publishers' newsletters. So what do you do when you read a… Continue reading Bookworm essentials | To Be Read: A Booklover’s Notebook

The Writers Game (Classic Authors) by Alex Johnson and Lesley Buckingham
Books

Games night for bookworms

[Ad review. I was sent a pack of cards for review purposes but all thoughts are my own. This post also contains affiliate links] One of my favourite games growing up was Top Trumps. My brother was in and out of hospital a lot growing up and we always bought him a pack to help… Continue reading Games night for bookworms