Lit Chat review

Lit Chat #3

Welcome to part three of my Lit Chat series (check out part one and two). This the series where I select a few of my Lit Chat cards* and discuss reading habits and book-related memories, amongst other bookish things, and invite you to join in. Do leave me a comment at the end or link… Continue reading Lit Chat #3

A post-Christmas book haul

A post-Christmas book haul

You can never have too many books, although I do need to spend some time reorganising my bookshelves before I go back to work next week. Y'see, I had some pennies and vouchers left under my Christmas tree and so it would have been rude not to buy seven new books, right? Feast your eyes… Continue reading A post-Christmas book haul

my enid blyton books

The Britney Spears book tag

Yes, really. The Britney Spears book tag. I saw it on Anastasia's blog, thought it looked awesome and wanted to give it a go. She featured some great titles so hopefully it'll inspire others to pick up something different. Here goes! Mickey Mouse Club A book you read as a child that sparked your love… Continue reading The Britney Spears book tag

Books, Lifestyle

Book Tag: My Life in Books

I'm quite partial to a blog tag. As a reader it gives me a chance to find out more about my favourite bloggers and as a writer it's another opportunity to talk about more of my favourite things. Today I'm sharing my life in books, which I first read on Water Painted Dreams. Image via… Continue reading Book Tag: My Life in Books

book addiction
Books, Lifestyle

The Book Buying Tag

I'm jumping on this book tag bandwagon after coming across it over on Best Endeavour. I'm still finalising my review of the last #lbloggers chat so, while I'm working on that, check out some of my book buying habits - and please share your own! Where do you buy your books from? I don't like… Continue reading The Book Buying Tag

Books, feminism, Lifestyle

World Book Day: Women in Literature

In honour of World Book Day, and looking ahead to International Women's Day on Saturday, I thought I'd share some of my favourite women in literature with you. Enid Blyton This woman is the reason I became a book worm at such a young age. At the age of seven, I was reading well above… Continue reading World Book Day: Women in Literature