Bit late to this one but hey-ho, better late than never. I won't be getting to too many books this month as I have a couple of uni exams in a couple of weeks, but I've got a fairly ambitious TBR. The Gutter Prayer - Gareth Hanrahan. This has been doing the rounds recently,… Continue reading BC: January 2019 TBR
I thought I would drop by and give you all a bit of an end-of-year TBR update since I think a few of you might be interested in what else I am planning to read by the end of 2018.
If you follow me on Twitter you will know that I’ve recently made the decision to read (almost) only female-authored books for the rest of the year. The exceptions to this are a couple of Christmas books and one review copy which the author kindly sent to me all the way from Australia.
Review: Three Crows Magazine Issue 1 4/5| Speculative Fiction| 78 pages Three Crows Magazine (that’s a direct link to their site) is a recently released publication from a team of three editors and a multitude of different authors, focusing on fantasy and science-fiction in particular with interviews and reviews joining the fray. I paid… Continue reading Review: Three Crows Magazine Issue 1
Thanks to Fopp's two books for £5 offer, this month I spent a total of £25.75 on paperbacks (that 75p was from a charity shop purchase). For those that don't know, Fopp is part of the HMV family here in the UK, selling music, films, books, posters, clothing etc. - specialising in more of the indie and obscure media than other outlets.
With just over a week left of August, I thought I'd put out a little update about what I've been reading so far this month. Unfortunately, the TBR I posted a few weeks ago isn't going so well but I've got through a fair few other books I wasn't planning on getting around to. Audiobooks… Continue reading BC: August 2018 Reading update
August - the last full month of my summer holiday, the first 24 days devoted to working full time. I'm a free man after that, though, which should mean the return to more reading
This month I bought four books - I've been after three of them for quite a while whilst the fourth (the newest release) I only discovered a few weeks ago. I normally try to stay away from newly released books unless I want to read them as soon as possible after publication, but with my internship now in full swing, I thought I would treat myself a little bit. August will see the return to steep discounts if I buy any at all! As usual, I won't be talking much about the review copies I received.
After finishing both of the books I borrowed at the start of July, Caraval and a closed and common orbit, I took another trip to the library to see what else took my fancy. Again I only ended up borrowing two actual books (though one is a compilation of two novels).
Thought I'd do something a bit different in between my reviews this week - 'The Favourite Childhood Book Tag', which I found through the YouTube channel Dane Reads. I liked the look of it and here we are. It goes without saying that I wasn't tagged in this, and I also struggle to whittle my… Continue reading Tag: Favourite Childhood Book Tag