Bit of an oops today, because I realised I completely forgot to do a recap post last month. But with this month’s completed reading having been a bit … minimal, I suppose that means I’ve got more to add in catch-up mode! Let’s take a look back…
Oh hey, August. You’re looking nice. Only, maybe don’t shove July out of your way like that. It’s rude. What have I been doing? Well…
In the third and final part of The Winter Long, nobody fights like family. This post will cover chapters 16 to the end of the book, and is bursting with spoilers, so be warned!
In the second part of The Winter Long, IT’S ALL COMING BACK TO ME NOW. And the drama is leveling up all around Toby… Lynn at Lynn’s Book Blog is hosting this week, and we’re covering chapters 8-15, AKA the ones where The Things Happen! (Spoilers aplenty below!)
In the first part of The Winter Long, things are getting dramatic and they’re not wasting any time. We’ve been building up to the events in this book since the series began, and I cannot wait to get my teeth into this part of Toby’s story. So let’s get to it! This week we’re covering […]
In the final part of Chimes at Midnight, things take a desperate dramatic turn as Toby confronts the impostor Queen… Lynn at Lynn’s Book Blog is hosting this week. Mind the spoilers!
In the third part of Chimes at Midnight, certain people are full of surprises… This week covers chapters 16 to 22, with questions from me! Mind the spoilers.
In the second part of Chimes at Midnight, things take a deadly serious turn for Toby, while more unexpected questions arise in her quest… Lynn at Lynn’s Book Blog is our host this week, as we cover chapters 8 to 15. Spoiler alert!
At last, the October Daye Read Along returns! I am delighted to be diving back into these books, starting where we left off with Chimes at Midnight (book seven)! The complete schedule for the read along is here, and you can join in at any time, any way you like. (There’s even a Twitter account, […]
I cannot believe it’s that time of year again, friends. I can also hardly believe I read as much awesome SF/F (and related things) as I did in 2016. I read so much that today I get to bring you not only ten of my favourite novels from this year, but a list of my […]