#BBAW Day 2: Interview with Steph from The Bookish Badger

Stephanie blogs at The Bookish Badger, she has a love of tea and books and is an all around lovely person. Is there a particular women in history that you would like to read a novel about that you’ve not already encountered? I think I’d quite like to read a novel about the exploits of Dorothy Parker; she was such a character and a huge literary presence in the first half of the 20th century. ………

#BBAW Day 1: Introduce Yourself!

It’s Book Blogger Appreciation Week (#BBAW), a week of appreciating bloggers of books hosted by Estella Society, Things Mean a Lot & Reading the End. Five days of appreciation, interviews and discussions. Day 1’s topic is introductions, but as I hate talking about my self (consciously) here are five books (that may or may not) represent me. Harry Potter Wait, what? Yup, without these books I probably wouldn’t be the reader I am today. It ………

The Ever Expanding TBR

My To Be Read pile (or ‘Tower of Doom’ as I like to call it) highlights a problematic element of my personality. I love new. And as the marvelous Elle over at ElleThinks tagged me as part of the TBR tag I thought I would take this opportunity to confront my addiction (and get excited again about these books again). How do you keep track of your TBR pile? I don’t. There is the ‘Tower ………

Books That Go Bump in the Night

I’m not one for scary things, normally. All I need is a silent dark house and I could weep in terror but in the spirit of All Hallows Eve (and to make sure I continue to blog regularly) here a five books guaranteed to scare you. Trick or Treat by Richie Tankersley Cusick Trick or Treat, trick or treat, candy is dandy, but murder is sweet. Point Horror at it’s best – teenage Alice was ………