Posts Categorized: The Book Corner

The Book Corner: Fi’s July Reads

It’s that time again, my montly book update is here! I had a much slower reading month in July and read just five books. But I did manage to tick off a few books that I’ve been meaning to read for ages, like Sarah J Maas’ latest series and The Underground Railroad, so that’s pretty… Read more »

The Book Corner: June Reads

Photo by Rachel Lees on Unsplash Greetings friends, I hope you’re all having a lovely weekend. What exciting things are you up to? The end of my week was fairly busy and with plans yesterday too I’m definitely feeling the need for a slower day today. That’s what Sunday’s are for after all! Part of a slowish Sunday?… Read more »

The Book Corner: Recent Reads 2017, Part 3

Once again May and June have been great reading months for me. I feel like I’ve finally organised myself enough to carve out some time each day for reading. Whether it’s during my commute on a Monday morning, in the garden on a Sunday afternoon, or curled up on the sofa with a cup of… Read more »

The Book Corner: Recent Reads 2017, Part 2

Look at that, it’s the end of April already?! How did that happen? We cannot be a third of the way through 2017 already, I will not allow it… Although at least there’s a bank holiday to enjoy – I’m going to take my treats where I can get them! Anyway, today marks part two… Read more »

The Book Corner: February Reading Update

Hello team! How are you all today? Here’s hoping your week is going amazingly! I’ve finally gotten round to writing my February reading update, despite the fact we’re well into March. Oops! Let’s pretend I was so busy reading and that’s why I’m late updating you all. It had nothing to do with a Gilmore… Read more »

The Book Corner: Recent Reads 2017, Part 1

  Greeting one and all. Me again, with a little reading update. After sharing the books I read in 2016 I was debating over whether to continue to do this in 2017. I wondered whether anyone read these reading updates or in fact, if anyone liked them at all. But then I remembered that I… Read more »