Tag Archive: More books

Angela Carter

“Reading a book is like re-writing it for yourself. You bring to a novel anything you read, all your experience of the world. You bring your history and you read it in your… Continue reading

Review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society- Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

What an absolute gem of a book. I didn’t think it was my sort of thing after looking at the cover (yes yes I’m a book lover and you shouldn’t judge a book by… Continue reading

Print v.s. Kindle

There’s very few things as satisfying as a book. No seriously. I’m not just talking about a cosy night in with a bar of chocolate, a bottle  glass of red and your favourite… Continue reading

Review: Mad About the Boy- Helen Fielding

    She taught us that sliding down a fire station pole in a skirt is never a good thing, vodka and Chaka Khan is the way forward in times of crisis and… Continue reading

She reads books..

An extremely true quote from Anne Dillard

We like big books!

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them -Lemony Snicket

I Love Literary Gifts!

  Any bookworm loves a good old literary gift, and I have received a few literary lovelies in the past week that I thought I’d share on here. (Ok ok, I may have… Continue reading

Review: Girl Reading- Katie Ward

Girl Reading by Katie Ward is one of those novels that you either like or you don’t. After reading a lot of mixed reviews I was intrigued and bought it immediately, and while… Continue reading

Review: The House on Mango Street- Sandra Cisneros

Told in a wonderful series of simple but very moving vignettes, The House on Mango Street is about a young Chicana girl named Esperanza Cordero, who lives in the Hispanic section of Chicago.… Continue reading