I saw this post originally on Ayse's blog - creds to her for bringing this one to my attention! I had so much fun answering these questions and I tag any blogger who also wants to do this tag, especially my bookish friends. Without further ado, let the Reading Habits tag begin! Do you have a… Continue reading Reading Habits Tag
It's been a while since my last post but I'm back with a very exciting one! This post has taken me about a week to get around to as I got ill the day after I got home, courtesy of the British weather. Recently I went on holiday to Istanbul for a week, it was… Continue reading A week in Istanbul
It's been such a long time since I've done a book review, so consider this an official return to all things bookish! I had heard lots about Roys writing before I got this book as her debut novel, The God of Small Things was very popular. I haven't read that yet but as I enjoyed… Continue reading The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy
I started and finished my final year of University, got my first job, left that job then got a new one! As well as those major milestones, there's been some major changes in my personal life in regards to my mental health as well and I feel like I'm finally in a good space. I… Continue reading Life Update: Guess who’s back?
Hi guys, Back again with a review for another of Jenny In Neverlands amazing book tours! This one is for the amazing novel What Goes Down by Natalie K. Martin, which I was drawn in by through the blurb. I don’t read many books which have representations of mental illness so this was pretty interesting! […]
This is a new kind of review post, as part of the wonderful book tours Jenny In Neverland offers, I got the chance to read a proof of The Sinking Chef by Sylvia Ashby. I was immediately drawn in by the the Bridget Jones vibe and the fact that it was set in London. Not… Continue reading The Sinking Chef by Sylvia Ashby
As you can probably tell by the title of this post, I'm going to start my final year of University this week. It's absolutely surreal how fast the time has gone, I can still remember my first day and already 2 years has gone by. Due to how short Uni terms are, sometimes it feels… Continue reading Final year of Uni + Taking a break!?
So I finally got a chance to watch IT, and I say finally because ever since the trailers and even the initial news of a new adaptation came out, I was beyond excited. Horror is one of my favourite genres to watch and read, you name it and I've probably seen it, apart from some… Continue reading ‘IT’ Movie Review 🎈
Recently I went to Christopher's and had the best french toast ever..seriously it was perfection on a plate. From the presentation to the most important aspect: the taste, it was amazing. I had to take small breaks as it was a really rich dish, due to the high quality milk chocolate, but I powered through… Continue reading Christopher’s
Hi guys, In honour of the newest adaptation of IT being released in cinemas in a few days, I thought this was perfect timing for a review of the book! I had read another of Kings books before, The Green Mile and really enjoyed his writing style so I also expected to like this novel.… Continue reading It by Stephen King