I don’t know about you but I’m always drawn towards stories about witches. Nothing too fantastical, of course. I prefer more of a contemporary urban setting. And the book that I’m going to talk about today ticks all of my boxes. The Coven is a hard book to define. Is it a thriller? A fantasy? Maybe even a dystopian? I honestly don’t know because it’s ALL of those things. It’s genre-bending in such an interesting way which really worked for me. So yeah, let’s talk about The Coven by Lizzie Fry!
Hello and happy Friday! This week has been another slumpy-feeling one. And yet somehow, I still have books to discuss. Five books in fact! This includes two upcoming releases that you might be interested in hearing about. So without any further ado, let’s talk books!
Books really are something else, aren’t they? They’re portable little adventures, an escape from the harsh reality of our world. And there’s a constant stream of new books to amaze, inspire, educate and entertain. January was a fantastic month for new releases so I’m gutted that I never managed to squeeze in a most anticipated releases post. But hey, I’m here now. So today I’m going to be talking about six books being released in February 2021 that I am most excited about!
Happy Friday! Can you believe we’re now in the sixth week of the year? Time seems to be moving at a weird rate like it’s going slow but also quite fast? I don’t know if that’s just me or what but hey, it is what it is! So today is reading update day and as always, there’s a lot to cover. From what I read through to what I hauled and more, it’s all here in this weekly update. Let’s talk books, shall we?
It’s time for my first monthly wrap-up of 2021! And following on from last year’s descent into utter chaos, it was another month of awful. Still, books gave me an escape from all that. So today I’ll be wrapping up the 15 books I read in January 2021 with stats and sharing my February reading plans!
Is January over yet? This is starting to feel like the longest month of all time. This week’s TBRU is potentially going to be a shorter one than you’re used to mainly because I have less to talk about but hey, that’s okay!