Published by: Book Club Associates
Survive the Savage Sea by Dougal Robertson is a book I stumbled upon completely by chance. At Worthing train station there’s a little book shelf where you can buy a book (for a donation). Usually when I take a look before my train every morning nothing really catches my eye, but this book was an exception.
Here’s what I thought of this true story of being lost at sea.
Like many other book lovers, I’m a huge fan of Goodreads. The app does a top job of connecting users to readers, authors and the bookish community. It’s also a brilliant platform to showcase your book reviews and opinions.
I especially love the fact that it can work almost as a ‘to do list’ for books! As an avid lover of lists (and books), there’s nothing I love more than spending hours creating my ‘shelves’ on the app. However, I’m sure we could all agree that Goodreads isn’t perfect.
Here are the features and improvements I’d love to see Goodreads make and introduce. These suggestions are my opinions and informed by my 4+ years as an avid Goodreads user!
Wanting to read more on your commute, yet finding it difficult? It can be hard to stay focused, especially so early in the day!
I love reading during my morning commute, and I definitely cite my everyday 30 minute journey as one of the ways I read 100 books in one year so I thought I’d share my tips on how to make the most of your commute and squeeze more reading in! I hope you’ll find them useful.
Published by: Harper Teen
Today I’ll be reviewing YA fantasy novel Everless by Sara Holland, which was released back in January. This is a book I’d been looking forward to for a long time and sat at the top of my TBR pile for weeks, so I’m glad I got around to reading it!
Published by: Andrews McMeel Publishing
After my love of Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey I just had to get my hands on The sun and her flowers. Like always, I’m a bit late to uploading my review, but here’s what I thought of this collection of poetry.