Soooo I forgot to mention what I read over the last few months so I thought I would compile them into one blog. Enjoy!Continue reading “My April, May and June in books”
Tag: book haul
Book Haul – April/May
I attempted to reduce my book purchasing over the last couple of months, and actually start to read the books I’ve been buying. And I have to say, I’ve done well(ish….)Continue reading “Book Haul – April/May”
Book Haul – March 2020
So apparently, I still have a book buying problem… So I thought I would show you what I bought so I don’t feel guilty about all the spending…
Book Haul – Jan/Feb 2020
Wow… long time no write… Hi again.
I’m going to get straight back into it and say hi, it’s nice to see you again. Shall we make a cuppa and dive right into some books? Continue reading “Book Haul – Jan/Feb 2020”
Book Haul – October
With the risk of sounding like Britney Spears, oops I did it again… I did another book haul. The way I see it, why buy one book when you can buy all of them? Continue reading “Book Haul – October”
Book Haul – September
The time has come for another book haul, it’s been a while since I’ve done this but I thought it was about time to add to my TBR (to be read) pile…
So here goes…
December Book Haul
As a book lover, I rejoice when it gets to December as it means Christmas is coming and you have yet another excuse to be given books!
This Christmas I was very lucky with my presents and was gifted a few books, as well as some money that I also spent on books… (I don’t have a problem I swear!)
So without further ado here is my haul; Continue reading “December Book Haul”
Book Haul (Waterstones and other shops)
Yes yes I know what you’re thinking, have I read all the books from the last haul? Well no, but I’ve started two of them… Any way, I have them now so I can read them when I want…
I recently turned 22 and for my birthday I was very kindly gifted money and book tokens so I took a trip to town and had a look for some books. Here is a list of what I got and a little synopsis of them all.
Here’s what I picked up from Waterstones;
Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? By Agatha Christie.
While playing an erratic round of Golf, Bobby Jones slices his ball over the edge of a cliff. His ball is lost, but on the rocks below he finds the crumpled body of a dying man. With his final breath the man opens his eyes and says ‘why didn’t they ask Evans?’
Haunted by these words, Bobby and his vivacious companion Frankie, set out to solve a mystery that will bring them into mortal danger.
Calm by Michael Acton-Smith
Trains delayed, non-stop email, endless to-do lists – there has never been a more important time to stop, recharge and discover moments of calm.
Absolutely everyone can achieve calm – including you – and in this book you’ll learn how to take back a little bit of peace, space and all-important time for yourself.
Using a mixture of creative prompts, activities, instructions and inspiration. Calm will open your eyes to the pleasure and richness of your everyday life.
Be calm. Be free. Be yourself.
The Invisible Child and The Fir Tree by Tove Jansson
You all know, don’t you, that if people are frightened very often, the sometimes become invisible.
In Tove Jansson’s much loved short story, The Invisible Child, the isolated Ninny is helped to regain her voice and take her rightful place in the world using a simple Moomin recipe. She is welcomed into the Moomin family and treated with equality and respect. This is one of the most touching of all Moomin stories and is paired in this unique book with The Fir Tree, the Moomins’ gloriously unselfish take on Christmas.
I then took a trip to HMV and picked up;
A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen
When James Bowen found an injured, ginger street cat curled up in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, he had no idea just how much his life was about to change.
Soon the two were inseparable and their diverse, comic and occasionally dangerous adventures would transform both their lives, slowly healing the scars of each other’s troubled pasts.
And from my favourite Amazon seller World of Books I bought;
Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie
The tranquility of a cruise along the Nile was shattered by the discovery that Linnet Ridgeway had been shot through the head. She was young, stylish and beautiful. A girl who had everything… until she lost her life.
Hercule Poirot recalled an earlier outburst by a fellow passenger: ‘I’d like to put my dear little pistol against her head and press the trigger’ Yet in this exotic setting nothing was ever quite what it seemed…
So that’s it for now, my new books are lined up on my shelf to be read… If you have any suggestions of what I should read next or what you think I am missing in my collection, comment below!
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Waterstones Book Haul
I have been quite restrained when it comes to buying books over the last few months, but that all changed at the weekend when I took a trip down to my local Waterstones, with a gift card in hand and spent over £50… Continue reading “Waterstones Book Haul”
Book Haul (part two)
As we promised, here are the details of the paperbacks in our book haul (yes.. we just buy THAT many books) so lets get to it….. Continue reading “Book Haul (part two)”