Hello lovely blog readers,

So it is another week and another weekly TBR pile blog post only I technically didn’t get through the last list therefore I am continuing to work my way through that. I am currently reading Lillian on Life but I have the following books from that same list left to read. I am going to intersperse the personal books with some review books. My new list goes:

The Dead Wife’s Handbook by Hannah Beckerman (I am determined to read this one, I am being selfish and reading a non review book for a change)

Alice and the Fly by James Rice

The Coldest Girl in Cold Town by Holly Black

McBusted by Jennifer Parker

My Boyfriend Wrote a Book About Me by Hilary Winston

Love Hurts by Malorie Blackman

Standing Room Only by Eva Rice

We Are Pirates by Daniel Handler

The Two of Us by Andy Jones

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (I have to say a big massive thank you to Liam from Bookish Ramblings who sent me this book for entering and winning a competition he hosted.)

February is a rather short month, however, I will have a week off due to half term (score) so I shall get some good bookage down time.

Also, another awesome thing that happened is that mine and Claire from A Book and Tea’s tickets for the UKYA Extravaganza arrived this week. Curiously, they arrived in the post without a stamp on the envelope…curiouser and curiouser.

Anywho, make sure you check out my A to Z of happiness that will be posted on Wednesday.

I hope you all have a great week.

L x

Hello lovely people,

How have you all been? I am good. I know you didn’t ask but I am going to assume that you are all lovely polite people and that you are wondering about my well being.

So I’m not going to talk about the books that I have reviewed this week because all you really need to do is scroll down and you can see them.

I have a list of books that I plan to read and I am not veering from this list. I am sticking to it. Here they are.

Age Sex Location by Melissa Pimentel (Currently reading)

I Was Here by Gayle Forman

Lillian on Life by Alison Jeean Lester

The Dead Wife’s Handbook by Hannah Beckerman

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

My Boyfriend Wrote A Book About Me by Hilary Winston

Love Hurts by Malorie Blackman

So yep, no one is going to veer me from my course.

Wish me luck!

L x

Hey book bloglets,

How are you all doing? I am well, thanks for asking.

Now, I know that we are all waiting eagerly for Father Christmas to deliver us some books for Christmas and that we have a reduced reading week ahead of us but I still wanted to share my TBR Pile with you all.

This last week has been a really big week of reviews for me. The reviews that I have uploaded are as follows:

Hazel by Julie Hearn

Online Girl by Zoe Sugg (also check out the reblog of Clare from A Book and Tea’s review)

This is Your Afterlife by Vanessa Barneveld

Strange Girls and Ordinary Women by Morgan McCarthy

A New York Christmas by Melissa Hill

Maggie Does Meribel by Nicola Doherty

So I have had a fair amount of reviews done.

I have a few set for this week including:

Trouble by Non Pratt

Ticker by Lisa Mantchev

A Christmas Feast and Other Stories by Katie Fforde

Obviously I won’t be posting a review on Christmas Day because I will be too busy fighting over who gets the last chipolata (of course it will be me).

Now that I am off work I plan to read myself silly but I do have a few blogs coming up before the new year so please check back for them…you know if you want to.

Merry Christmas and don’t forget to eat yourselves silly.

L x

Hello lovely character in my book of life,

How art thou? Goodeth I hopeth. Sorry, I have been assisting with the learning of The Bard this week and well who doesn’t love a bit of ye olde English?

Anywho, it has been an ok week of reading. I got through some good books. Here is what I managed to read:

A Place for Us Part Four by Harriet Evans

Not that Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham

Zoey and the Nice Guy by Carter Ashby

In Bloom by Matthew Crow (Review to be posted 25.11.14)

I am currently in the middle of Waiting for Doggo so that should be finished and reviewed for next week. There is only one book that I am due to review this week so any other books that I manage to read and review will be a bonus. The book I have to review is:

The Shape of my Heart by Ann Aguirre

I have been a bit naughty this week when it comes to books. I bought two off Amazon and I did technically buy several from charity shops this week. My argument is that I am technically saving lives….in a roundabout way. I got some fantastic bargains though.

Anyway lovely folks, I hope you enjoy your week.

L x