Thursday nights used to be my student nights. I was never a huge party-goer but I enjoyed meeting friends at the pub and walking back to the apartment because we'd missed the last tramway. Now, some of my Thursdays are my lifeline, an evening dedicated to crime, cocktails (apple juice does count as a cocktail,… Continue reading Take a Walk on the Noir Side: Noir at the Bar, Edinburgh Edition May 7th 2020 @NoirBarEdin @CollinsJacky @LoveBooksGroup
I never thought I'd make it. I read around 150 books this year, which made coming up with a list of my favourite books an impossible task. Almost impossible! Because I'm awesome and I did it! 😂 Now, I must warn you that I have loved many of the books I have read in 2019,… Continue reading 2019 in Books, My Top of the Year
December is here! To celebrate, let's venture into something different this morning! Elianor Paine is a Magistrate of the Peace in the Kingdom of Trist and a republican secret agent. She has 6 days to subvert her investigation, supplant war-hero Lord Vile, then coerce his adult children to start a revolution, before her masters discover… Continue reading Let’s Get to Know: Vile by Keith Crawford @keithcrawford77 @LoveBooksTours
The day has come! Happy book birth day, Snakes and Ladders!!! Psycho meets Silence of the Lambs One killer on the loose. Another setting the rules. A profiler caught in the middle. A serial killer is terrorising London, removing a body part from each victim and leaving in its place a single pink rose. Dr… Continue reading HAPPY PUBLICATION DAY @VictoriaSelman & #SnakesandLadders @AliceLutyens @CurtisBrown @AmazonPub
Happy hump day, everyone! I have a special request today... A last-minute, impossible mission that only book bloggers can make happen. You might already know it, but on Thursday 21st November 2019, Victoria Selman's latest novel is getting released! 🥳🥳 I was lucky to meet Victoria during Capital Crime, and I am guilty of having… Continue reading Are You Ready to PARTY? #TwitterParty #SnakesandLadders by Victoria Selman
2017... 17 books... Get it? Okay, the truth is I couldn't boil down the list to less than seventeen books so I used the first excuse I found! Which means next year I'll have even more room for book love! 2017 was filled with books, more than I have ever read. You could say it's… Continue reading My totally-not-original TOP 17 books of the year featuring so many @Bookouture & @OrendaBooks !
A few days ago, I was sitting in Communication class, listening to my favorite teacher talking about how we use or are used by the media, and the discussion moved to communities, and bloggers, and the things we have in common that the Internet allows us to blabber about and be happy together. It made… Continue reading 5 Things Not to Say to a Book Lover If You Want To Make It to the Second Date!
Two weeks of classes and a very big step! Beware, this post contains both French and English elements! It all happened yesterday but I can't stop thinking about it and every time it gets me stronger and happier so I had to share with you one of the best days of my life. A one-day… Continue reading Once Upon a Time, a Ginger Fairy Got her 1st Book-Related Job: The Polar en Cabanes Event
One thing is not missing, it's today's post as a part of the blog tour for Sarah Wray's Reported Missing book by Bookouture! Thank you to the publisher for offering me to be a part of this tour! Title: Reported Missing Author: Sarah Wray Publisher: Bookouture Date of publication: July 14th 2017 Format: Digital Review Copy Source: NetGalley Number of… Continue reading Gone Without a Trace: Reported Missing by Sarah Wray @bookouture @Sarah_Wray #BlogTour
An innocent question we are often asked. Well, the layman version is “What kind of books do you read” and I have to answer that at every family gathering. There is no right or wrong answer. We're allowed to enjoy several genres, even ALL genres if we want to! Why not? No one will smack… Continue reading The Pub Corner: You Don’t Put Meggy in a Box