4 Star, Historical, Literature, Nonfiction, October '20, Reviews

Death by Shakespeare Review

★★★★ Hello bookbees! It’s been a while, I know. Life has been very crazy for me recently (as I’m sure it has for lots of people) and I have got dreadfully behind on both reading and reviewing books. I might do a separate life update post, just because I don’t want to overwhelm this review… Continue reading Death by Shakespeare Review

Contemporary, Fantasy, Fiction, Humour, June '20, LGBTQ+, Middle grade, Nonfiction, Poetry, Roundups, Sciencefiction

June 2020 Roundup

Here we are again, another monthly roundup! I have literally just written the May 2020 Roundup, so it feels a little strange to be writing June's directly after. However, I'm on a blog post writing roll and have a scheduled post for the first time in a couple of months so I'm just going for… Continue reading June 2020 Roundup

Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, Mental Health, Nonfiction, Poetry, Roundups, Sciencefiction

April 2020 Round-Up

Hello and welcome to my April 2020 round-up! I honestly cannot believe it’s the end of April already and we are all stuck inside watching the weather through our windows. This is not how I thought 2020 was going to go, but I’m trying to make the best of the situation. I’ve been writing daily… Continue reading April 2020 Round-Up

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

Contemporary, Crime, Fantasy, Fiction, LGBTQ+, Mental Health, Mystery, Nonfiction, Poetry, Romance, Roundups, Short Stories, Thriller, Young Adult

February 2020 Round-Up

So here we are again. The end of a month, where I round up my favourite books of the month/ scream into the void hoping it will choose the books for me. Since it is a leap year so February has an extra day, and also because I can do whatever I like on my… Continue reading February 2020 Round-Up