It's been a rather slow month for reading. For physical books, anyway. It's a situation I'm familiar with but it's okay to go slow for now. I do intend to use this time to go through all the bigger, harder-going books so I won't be rushing through them at the end of the year. My… Continue reading September Reading Corner
Hard-Hitting or This Will Hit You Like A, Well...
Candide and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies The Black Veil
You might associate afternoon tea with summer and being eaten in the garden on a sunny day but I think it's just as nice in autumn, eaten in a nice cosy café during a rainy day. So, this is a good time to do this tag I found on Kristin Kraves Books. It was originally… Continue reading “Afternoon Tea” Book Tag
Disagreeable or This Tried To Be Too Much And Didn't Do Anything Well
Norse Mythology and Anna K Little Dorrit and Agatha Raisin and the Witch of Wyckhadden
I am more of a walker than a runner. The last time I tried running for fitness, I tripped over and tore both my leggings and my knees open. So, It's probably safer if I just do book tags, like this one I found on Riddhi @ Whispering Stories about running instead. This tag was… Continue reading The Racing to Read Book Tag
Evocative or The Setting Is The Best Part
A Walk In The Woods and Find Your Voice: A Guided Journal for Writing Your Truth The Girl Who Fell Beneath The Sea
I found this one on Becky @ Becky's Book Blog. Please tell me I wasn't the only one who instantly thought of the Thunderbirds opening when I saw this title! I'm not sure who the original creator is, I'm afraid. If anyone can tell me, please let me know in the comments and I'll add… Continue reading 5..4..3..2..1 – Book Tag!