Mini Review – Caraval- Stephanie Garber

Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems . . .

Page Count 416/ POV First person

Publication date Jan 18/ Publisher Hodder & Stoughton

Price £4.99/ Purchased From: Amazon Kindle (10/08/18)


Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems . . .
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The Ultimate Top 100 Book Tags

Stuck for inspiration? Check out the ULTIMATE book tag list.
Incredible effort!

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Love them or hate them book tags are a big part of the bookish community, they give us bloggers a chance to not only have yet another way to talk about our favorite books but a way to let our readers know a little more about ourselves as well as being able to tag friends and find out all their answers!

Below is a list of 100 different book tags (and I know that’s nowhere near all of them) as well as a link to an awesome example from our fellow bloggers, so if your stuck looking for an idea or just really want to do a Book Tag, find one below!

  1. The Relationshipper Book Tag – My Mundane Life
  2. Life in Books Tag – Boston Book Reader
  3. Fall Book Tag – Bionic Book Worm
  4. Book Tag Shelfie by Shelfie – Bibliobeth
  5. The Adventure book tag – Literary Weaponry
  6. Beauty…

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October Wrap-up & Book Haul

Two consecutive wrap-ups? I’m as surprised as you are! Here’s what I got up to last month..

October is my FAVOURITE month of the year. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m not huge on Halloween as a holiday. I don’t decorate the house, I’m allergic to raw pumpkin and my years of stumbling home drunk in a slutty witch costume are long dead.
No, I love October for the scary vibes! The colder days and darker nights are perfect for reading and watching all the new horror releases. Continue reading “October Wrap-up & Book Haul”

The Big Blogging Question

Find an answer to this one question and you’ve got the key to unlock all the rest.

As a blogger one thing that often worries me is variety. I love the freedom of writing about whatever I like, whenever I like, but how much effect does this have on my traffic and follower count?  Continue reading “The Big Blogging Question”

Halloween Heroines; A Spotlight

I recently listed my top ten favourite modern horror authors. I based my choices entirely on my own reading history and content opinion.
The very first thing to strike me as I created this list was;
THEY WERE ALL MALE AUTHORS. Continue reading “Halloween Heroines; A Spotlight”