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
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
Have you seen the new series of Enid Blyton spoofs? I've gotta read Five Go Parenting - it looks hilarious and perfect for a bookworm raised on Blyton. It's £5.99 from Waterstones.
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
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
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
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