Book Review – Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz

Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz I first heard about this book at the beginning of the 2022 and I was absolutely sold on the blurb. The idea of a romance with a gothicky, medical twist, all set in 1817 Edinburgh was all I needed to know. So, when I saw there was oneContinue reading “Book Review – Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz”

Book Review – Another Beast’s Skin by Jessika Grewe Glover

It’s time for another book Review and I can’t believe I haven’t already reviewed this book. I was first introduced to this author when we interviewed her on Speaking LITerally podcast a while ago. I was intrigued by her book, especially as part of it is set in England. So back in March I finallyContinue reading “Book Review – Another Beast’s Skin by Jessika Grewe Glover”

Book Review – Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson

Thanks to Netgalley and Melissa Ferguson for gifting me a copy in exchange for an honest review. This book has already been released and is available in many bookshops. Would you rather work in a publishing or be a writer? In this book the main character, Savannah does both. Publishing assistant by day for aContinue reading “Book Review – Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson”

Book Review – The War of Two Queens by Jennifer L Armentrout

This is a series I only discovered late 2021 but instantly became obsessed with. I finished a Crown of Gilded bones in February and so was very excited to start the next in the series which I did a buddy read of with my favourite American and cohost of Speaking LITerally podcast, Holly. I readContinue reading “Book Review – The War of Two Queens by Jennifer L Armentrout”

Book Review – Minor Detail by Adania Shibli

This year I am trying to broaden my horizons when it comes to reading and try novels outside of my comfort zone. I found that last year with lockdowns and a lot of other things going on I often reverted to my chosen genres such as rom-coms, thrillers and fantasy. But this year I amContinue reading “Book Review – Minor Detail by Adania Shibli”

Book Review- Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika

What do you get if you combine a less futuristic version of Ready Player One with a romantic comedy? Well, the answer is you get something similar to Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika. As some of you may know by the now, as well as being a complete book worm I am also aContinue reading “Book Review- Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika”

Book Review – 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard

These last few months I have dlipped behind a bit with my reviews so I thought I would try and have a more productive month of reviews starting with this one, which I did a buddy read of with a good friend of mine from Bookstagram. This is the first book I have read whichContinue reading “Book Review – 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard”

Book Review – Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

Thanks to Hodder books for gifting me this wonderful copy in exchange for an honest review. I read the Blurb for this book and it instantly struck me as an intriguing, thrilling read and I couldn’t wait to dive in and let me tell you, it will pull you under, take your breath away andContinue reading “Book Review – Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt”

Book Review – Little Wing By Freya North

As a teenager I loved reading the McCabe Sisters series, I read them all. So when I heard that Freya North was bringing out another novel in 2022 I had to get a copy. Thanks to Welbeck publishing for gifting me a copy in exchange for an honest review. Blurb In the 1960s, Florence, aContinue reading “Book Review – Little Wing By Freya North”

Book Review- Sekhmet and The Curse by CT Ortega- 2nd in the Warfare of the Gods Series

What do you get when you combine a norse god, a Greek god and an Egyptian god of war and send them on a long journey together? No it’s the not the start of a bad joke, this is what you get in the 2nd Warfare of the Gods series by CT Ortega. One epicContinue reading “Book Review- Sekhmet and The Curse by CT Ortega- 2nd in the Warfare of the Gods Series”