Literature, The Ancient World, Thriller, Uncategorized

Books I’ve read for school (and what I think of them)

I am currently in my first year of A-Level English Language and literature. For those of you unfamiliar with the British schooling system, A Levels are two year courses with exams at the end in the last two years of school. You generally turn 17 in the first year (Y12) and 18 in the second… Continue reading Books I’ve read for school (and what I think of them)

Crime, Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, Humour, LGBTQ+, Mystery, Romance, Sciencefiction, Young Adult

A Book For Every Colour of the Rainbow

People all over the country have been putting pictures of rainbows up in their windows and outside their houses in order to cheer everyone up in these not-so-great times, so I thought I'd do my part and try and cheer you all up with a book for every colour of the rainbow! I've done both… Continue reading A Book For Every Colour of the Rainbow

Historical, Nonfiction, Reviews, Uncategorized

The Middle Ages Unlocked Review

The Middle Ages Unlocked by Gillian Polack and Katrin Kania I have a habit of picking up very solid historical information books about the middle ages and reading them from cover to cover. It is a slightly questionable technique, especially since some of them are VERY information dense, but I have great fun doing it.… Continue reading The Middle Ages Unlocked Review

Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, LGBTQ+, Romance, Roundups, Sciencefiction, Young Adult

March 2020 Round-up

Here we are again, the end of another month. And what a month March has been! Coronavirus, social distancing, self-isolating, lockdown and no toilet roll (I'm still confused as to why it was toilet roll that people decided to hoard.) Amongst the chaos I have not done a lot of reading, I actually read double… Continue reading March 2020 Round-up