October has been awesome. I have managed to read loads as well as introduce a new festive feature to my blog. Go team me.

The books that I have read are as follows:

The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani

1,411 QI Facts to Knock You Sideways by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin

The Snow Globe by Kristen Harmel

A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond

A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale

Confessions of a City Girl: Los Angeles (A Confessions Novella) by Juliette Sobanet

Fat Chance by Nick Spalding

Us by David Nicholls

Zenith Hotel by Oscar Coop-Phane

Snow Angels, Secrets and Christmas Cake by Sue Watson

From Notting Hill with Love…Actually by Ali McNamara

The Wives of Beverly Row 1: Lust Has a New Address by Abby Weeks

Arms Wide Open: A Novella by Juli Caldwell

From Notting Hill to New York…Actually by Ali McNamara

Belzhar by Meg Woitzer

How to Lose a Girl in 10 Ways: Words from a Wonderfully Woeful Womaniser by Sean Smithson

The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alexandra Brown

If I Knew You Were Going to be this Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let you Go by Judi Chicurel

So 18 books is pretty good going I think. I’m going to give myself a hearty well done and a high five for that impressive list.

November is seeming like another busy month. Here are the books due for review:

High Notes: A Rock Memoir by Richard Loren

The Bullet Catch by John Gaspard

The Glass Magician by Charlie N Holmberg

Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

Hello from the Gillespies by Monica McInerney

It’s Not Me, It’s You by Mhairi McFarlane

Thinking About It Will Only Make It Worse by David Mitchell

Melt by Selene Castrovilla

Until You Find Me by Amber Hart

The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

Neil Gaiman’s The Last Temptation 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Neil Gaiman

Elvis Presley by Joel Williamsoon

Sound Man by Glyn Johns

What if He’s The One? by Kathy Jay

The Second Time I Saw You by Pippa Croft

Waiting for Doggo by Mark Mills

There are so many books that I am due to read. Fortunately, December seems relatively quiet so I should be able to catch up.

So that is it folks. The round up for October. Yeehaw!

Hope your week has been brilliant.

L x

October has been awesome. I have managed to read loads as well as introduce a new festive feature to my blog. Go team me.

The books that I have read are as follows:

The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani

1,411 QI Facts to Knock You Sideways by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin

The Snow Globe by Kristen Harmel

A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond

A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale

Confessions of a City Girl: Los Angeles (A Confessions Novella) by Juliette Sobanet

Fat Chance by Nick Spalding

Us by David Nicholls

Zenith Hotel by Oscar Coop-Phane

Snow Angels, Secrets and Christmas Cake by Sue Watson

From Notting Hill with Love…Actually by Ali McNamara

The Wives of Beverly Row 1: Lust Has a New Address by Abby Weeks

Arms Wide Open: A Novella by Juli Caldwell

From Notting Hill to New York…Actually by Ali McNamara

Belzhar by Meg Woitzer

How to Lose a Girl in 10 Ways: Words from a Wonderfully Woeful Womaniser by Sean Smithson

The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alexandra Brown

If I Knew You Were Going to be this Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let you Go by Judi Chicurel

So 18 books is pretty good going I think. I’m going to give myself a hearty well done and a high five for that impressive list.

November is seeming like another busy month. Here are the books due for review:

High Notes: A Rock Memoir by Richard Loren

The Bullet Catch by John Gaspard

The Glass Magician by Charlie N Holmberg

Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

Hello from the Gillespies by Monica McInerney

It’s Not Me, It’s You by Mhairi McFarlane

Thinking About It Will Only Make It Worse by David Mitchell

Melt by Selene Castrovilla

Until You Find Me by Amber Hart

The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

Neil Gaiman’s The Last Temptation 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Neil Gaiman

Elvis Presley by Joel Williamsoon

Sound Man by Glyn Johns

What if He’s The One? by Kathy Jay

The Second Time I Saw You by Pippa Croft

Waiting for Doggo by Mark Mills

There are so many books that I am due to read. Fortunately, December seems relatively quiet so I should be able to catch up.

So that is it folks. The round up for October. Yeehaw!

Hope your week has been brilliant.

L x

October has been awesome. I have managed to read loads as well as introduce a new festive feature to my blog. Go team me.

The books that I have read are as follows:

The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani

1,411 QI Facts to Knock You Sideways by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin

The Snow Globe by Kristen Harmel

A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond

A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale

Confessions of a City Girl: Los Angeles (A Confessions Novella) by Juliette Sobanet

Fat Chance by Nick Spalding

Us by David Nicholls

Zenith Hotel by Oscar Coop-Phane

Snow Angels, Secrets and Christmas Cake by Sue Watson

From Notting Hill with Love…Actually by Ali McNamara

The Wives of Beverly Row 1: Lust Has a New Address by Abby Weeks

Arms Wide Open: A Novella by Juli Caldwell

From Notting Hill to New York…Actually by Ali McNamara

Belzhar by Meg Woitzer

How to Lose a Girl in 10 Ways: Words from a Wonderfully Woeful Womaniser by Sean Smithson

The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alexandra Brown

If I Knew You Were Going to be this Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let you Go by Judi Chicurel

So 18 books is pretty good going I think. I’m going to give myself a hearty well done and a high five for that impressive list.

November is seeming like another busy month. Here are the books due for review:

High Notes: A Rock Memoir by Richard Loren

The Bullet Catch by John Gaspard

The Glass Magician by Charlie N Holmberg

Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

Hello from the Gillespies by Monica McInerney

It’s Not Me, It’s You by Mhairi McFarlane

Thinking About It Will Only Make It Worse by David Mitchell

Melt by Selene Castrovilla

Until You Find Me by Amber Hart

The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

Neil Gaiman’s The Last Temptation 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Neil Gaiman

Elvis Presley by Joel Williamsoon

Sound Man by Glyn Johns

What if He’s The One? by Kathy Jay

The Second Time I Saw You by Pippa Croft

Waiting for Doggo by Mark Mills

There are so many books that I am due to read. Fortunately, December seems relatively quiet so I should be able to catch up.

So that is it folks. The round up for October. Yeehaw!

Hope your week has been brilliant.

L x

How quick did September go? There is now less than three months until Christmas people!

I did think I would struggle with finding the time to read this month, what with going back to work and my granddaddy coming to visit. However, I did manage to get through more than I thought would. Go team me!

The ones that I read this month are:

Boy21 by Matthew Quick

Chelsea Bird by Virginia Ironside

The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs by Marcus Greil

These Days Are Ours by Michelle Haimoff

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

The Wedding Speech by Isabelle Broom

Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel

Playing With Matches by Suri Rosen

My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Losing and Leaving Friends by Jessica Smock, Stephanie Sprenger, and Galit Breen

Poppy Does Paris by Nicola Doherty

Twitter Girl by Nic Tatano

Who is Tom Ditto? by Danny Wallace

Michael Jackson’s Dangerous by Susan Fast

Lily Does LA by Nichola Doherty

Whilst I got through quite a few of my September NetGalley review books there thirteen books that have now been added to my back log….frick!

I did manage to introduce a new feature this month. September saw the debut of Short Story Saturday. This has allowed me to clear a few short stories from my Kindle, free up some much needed space on it and also to have a quick read of something when I don’t have much time. Triple Win!

Now, if we thought last month’s review list was epic then wait until you see all the books due for review in October. It is overwhelming. Alas, I clicked on NetGalley therefore I must pay the price. Books cost, and right here is where I start paying in sweat…from my fingers…with all the review typing – you know, to paraphrase a line from 80s movie musical Fame!

An American Duchess by Sharon Page (382 pages)

Mademoiselle by Rhonda K Garelick (608 pages)

The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott (304 pages)

A Pretty Mess: An Astonville Novel by Carla Caruso (260 pages)

How to Climb the Eiffel Tower by Elizabeth Hein (328 pages)

A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond (293 pages)

1,411 QI Facts by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harin (400 pages)

Ayoade on Ayoade by Richard Ayoade (400 pages)

Alice + Freda Forever by Alexis Coe (208 pages)

Fat Chance by Nick Spalding (289 pages)

Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander (352 pages)

Seven Letters from Paris by Samantha Verant (288 pages)

Rocks by Joe Perry (432 pages)

Reunion by Hannah Pittard (288 pages)

Althea and Oliver by Christina Moracho (384 pages)

A Week in Paris by Rachel Hore (464 pages)

A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale (249 pages)

Say it with Sequins by Georgia Hill (256 pages)

This is Your Afterlife by Vanessa Barneveld (194 pages)

From Notting Hill with Four Weddings Actually by Ali McNamara (448 pages)

The Temp Complete Series by Emily Benet (289 pages)

The Hawley Book of the Dead by Chrysler Szarlan (352 pages)

Billy Joel by Fred Schruers (384 pages)

Beau, Lee, The Bomb & Me by Mary McKinley (352 pages)

So that is quite a lot of books to read…double frick! Well, let us give it a go and see what happens.

Thanks for reading,

L x x

How quick did September go? There is now less than three months until Christmas people!

I did think I would struggle with finding the time to read this month, what with going back to work and my granddaddy coming to visit. However, I did manage to get through more than I thought would. Go team me!

The ones that I read this month are:

Boy21 by Matthew Quick

Chelsea Bird by Virginia Ironside

The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs by Marcus Greil

These Days Are Ours by Michelle Haimoff

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

The Wedding Speech by Isabelle Broom

Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel

Playing With Matches by Suri Rosen

My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Losing and Leaving Friends by Jessica Smock, Stephanie Sprenger, and Galit Breen

Poppy Does Paris by Nicola Doherty

Twitter Girl by Nic Tatano

Who is Tom Ditto? by Danny Wallace

Michael Jackson’s Dangerous by Susan Fast

Lily Does LA by Nichola Doherty

Whilst I got through quite a few of my September NetGalley review books there thirteen books that have now been added to my back log….frick!

I did manage to introduce a new feature this month. September saw the debut of Short Story Saturday. This has allowed me to clear a few short stories from my Kindle, free up some much needed space on it and also to have a quick read of something when I don’t have much time. Triple Win!

Now, if we thought last month’s review list was epic then wait until you see all the books due for review in October. It is overwhelming. Alas, I clicked on NetGalley therefore I must pay the price. Books cost, and right here is where I start paying in sweat…from my fingers…with all the review typing – you know, to paraphrase a line from 80s movie musical Fame!

An American Duchess by Sharon Page (382 pages)

Mademoiselle by Rhonda K Garelick (608 pages)

The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott (304 pages)

A Pretty Mess: An Astonville Novel by Carla Caruso (260 pages)

How to Climb the Eiffel Tower by Elizabeth Hein (328 pages)

A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond (293 pages)

1,411 QI Facts by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harin (400 pages)

Ayoade on Ayoade by Richard Ayoade (400 pages)

Alice + Freda Forever by Alexis Coe (208 pages)

Fat Chance by Nick Spalding (289 pages)

Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander (352 pages)

Seven Letters from Paris by Samantha Verant (288 pages)

Rocks by Joe Perry (432 pages)

Reunion by Hannah Pittard (288 pages)

Althea and Oliver by Christina Moracho (384 pages)

A Week in Paris by Rachel Hore (464 pages)

A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale (249 pages)

Say it with Sequins by Georgia Hill (256 pages)

This is Your Afterlife by Vanessa Barneveld (194 pages)

From Notting Hill with Four Weddings Actually by Ali McNamara (448 pages)

The Temp Complete Series by Emily Benet (289 pages)

The Hawley Book of the Dead by Chrysler Szarlan (352 pages)

Billy Joel by Fred Schruers (384 pages)

Beau, Lee, The Bomb & Me by Mary McKinley (352 pages)

So that is quite a lot of books to read…double frick! Well, let us give it a go and see what happens.

Thanks for reading,

L x x