Book Review: Maggie’s Going Nowhere by Rose Hartley

Maggie’s Going Nowhere… About the Book: Maggie’s Going Nowhere is a fierce and funny debut introducing a thoroughly relatable and offbeat heroine. If you enjoy Fleabag, you'll adore Maggie! 'A compulsive and hilarious read. In Maggie, Hartley has created one of those indelible characters of whom we must thoroughly disapprove and yet cannot help but … Continue reading Book Review: Maggie’s Going Nowhere by Rose Hartley

Book Review: The Storm Beyond the Tides by Jonathan Cullen

The Storm Beyond the Tides... About the Book: July 1939. War is on the horizon but on Monk Island, Maine life goes on as usual. As the daughter of a lobsterman, Ellie Ames’ future seems limited until a mysterious German couple comes off the ferry with their nineteen-year-old son. From the moment she meets Karl … Continue reading Book Review: The Storm Beyond the Tides by Jonathan Cullen

#6degrees of separation: From Daisy Jones and The Six to Commonwealth…

It’s the first Saturday of the month so that means it’s #6degrees of separation time! This month’s starting book is Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. You can find the details and rules of the #6degrees meme at booksaremyfavouriteandbest, but in a nutshell, on the first Saturday of every month, everyone has … Continue reading #6degrees of separation: From Daisy Jones and The Six to Commonwealth…

Ready, Set, Go! Reading Challenges for 2020

For 2020, I'm planning on four challenges and one regular meme. I'm continuing with my personal creation, #TheClassicsEight, in which I aim to read eight classics from my own shelves over the course of the year. #AWW2020 is a given. For those who aren't aware, I coordinate the challenge and editorial team, while also functioning … Continue reading Ready, Set, Go! Reading Challenges for 2020