7 Bone Chilling Books For Winter

Light a candle, grab a blanket and shiver away with these seasonal, snow-filled scares.

There’s something great about matching your books up with the current season. Reading a gothic novel whilst rain thunders down outside your window, a *** under the summer sun. Many readers choose a heart warming book to cosy up by the fireplace with in winter- but I’m one of those that prefers goosebumps to run up my spine in the early dark, when its cold and windy out.

With that in mind I’ve chosen a few titles to give you an extra shiver this winter…
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The Page of Shame

Life is too short to spend reading bad books.
Find out which titles didn’t make the cut…

Life is too short to spend reading bad books.
It took me quite some time to accept IT IS OKAY not to finish a book, though still I forge on with almost everything I pick up.
I can abide poor grammar and incorrect punctuation, I’ll admit my own is nowhere near perfect. I shrug off overused phrases and vocabulary, including my most despised word ‘proverbial’ which I tend to think is used unnecessarily. Common tropes and predictability can be forgiven. Inconsistent pace, confusing timelines and irrelevant content are all acceptable to me as long as I ENJOY THE STORY, or at least some of it.
I don’t have a target number of pages or percentage of content to read before deciding a DNF, but I do have guidelines. Continue reading “The Page of Shame”

Sequel September TBR

Which series do I hope to finish for the Sequel September readathon?

Hey folks, 

So I’ve just completed my exams for the NewtsReadathon2018 and have decided to throw myself straight into another challenge. Sequel September is hosted here by Kathy.

 

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