Hi guys! How are you all doing? I hope all of you that celebrate Christmas had a wonderful time these past few days ❤
Today’s post is coming to you a bit later in the day than usual. With the festivities and general busyness of the season, I didn’t have time to write and schedule the post beforehand like usual.
And let’s face it, it’s taking me longer to get back into the swing of things after taking a break.
But today, I’m bringing you my favourite books of 2016. The ones I READ in 2016, not necessarily published in 2016. Now, when I came to look through my Goodreads challenge to choose my favourites out, I was originally planning on picking out 16 for 2016. BUT…then I realised that this year, I’ve actually been quite stingy with my 5 star ratings, and there’s not that many I wanted to mention. However, I did rate a fair few books a 4.5/5 stars, and some of those are really close to being all-time favourites (and are definitely favourites for this year) so I’ve included those too, and managed to get 10.
So let’s talk about my favourite books of 2016!
Continue reading Favourite books of 2016 | That awkward moment where I realise I’ve been reluctant with the 5 stars
Did June even happen?
It still hasn’t sunk in that here in England, it’s actually Summer now – not that the weather has done anything to help remind me. So all those books I’ve held off “until Summer when I have more time”…well, now’s the time.
Anyway, it’s the start of July, meaning a June Wrap-Up is needed. So here we are!
As always, this will be a long post so get comfy and enjoy!
I call this photo “The one in which I nearly give myself concussion trying to balance 9 books on my head”. Bit of a mouthful, but true.
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This book came along to me at just the right time.
I’d just finished reading Anne Frank’s diary (review coming on Monday). I was in the mood for historical fiction. And then lo-and-behold, this book turned up for me to review.
How lucky is that? 😀
So let’s talk about Paper Boats!
Title: Paper Boats
Author: Erndell Scott
Publisher: Erich Scott Group, LLC
Series Status: Standalone
Number of Pages: 441
Continue reading Paper Boats By Erndell Scott | This Is How Historical Fiction Should Be Done