In Which I Actually Read Books Not Just Graphic Novels // Monthly Wrap Up: June (Part 2)

GUYS. I read more books than graphic novels this month. Who am I? In case you missed Part 1 of my June Wrap Up I’ve decided to split these posts in two parts now. One will be my book haul which you can go see here! Then this will focus on books I read and blog posts … More In Which I Actually Read Books Not Just Graphic Novels // Monthly Wrap Up: June (Part 2)

In Which My Book Buying Problem Returns // Monthly Wrap Up: June (Part 1)

Happy July, beautiful people! I’m still trying to find my footing with how I want my wrap up posts formatted. For this post I’m going to be splitting them up because I want to talk more about the books I buy and read instead of just listing them all down. I don’t want to make … More In Which My Book Buying Problem Returns // Monthly Wrap Up: June (Part 1)

Mini Reviews: Zenith by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings and I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid

Title: Zenith (The Androma Saga – Part 1) Authors: Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings Genre: Young Adult, Sci-Fi Date Published: June 21st 2016 Publisher: Mirabel Inc. Pages: 62 Buy: Amazon // Other ebook Retailers Follow Sasha Alsberg on Twitter // Follow Lindsay Cummings on Twitter There is darkness sweeping across the stars. Most know her as the Bloody … More Mini Reviews: Zenith by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings and I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid

My Favourite Australian Books // Souvenirs from Across the World (Part 2)

This post is inspired by the wonderful Marie @ Drizzle & Hurricane‘s current feature called Souvenirs from Across the World which is the chance for us to talk about our hometowns and countries. For more information check out the post here. There’s a link up post which is open until the 26th of June. Marie also speaks about some hidden … More My Favourite Australian Books // Souvenirs from Across the World (Part 2)

Everyone Has A Cordova Story // Review: Night Film by Marisha Pessl

Genre: Adult Fiction, Thriller Date Published: August 29th 2013 Publisher: Random House Pages: 599 Buy: Amazon // Book Depository // Random House Australia: Angus & Robertson // Booktopia // Random House Follow Marisha Pessl on Twitter Cult horror director Stanislas Cordova hasn’t been seen in public since 1977. To his fans he is an enigma. To journalist Scott McGrath … More Everyone Has A Cordova Story // Review: Night Film by Marisha Pessl