Once again, like a bi-annual Easter I have returned from Blogging Death to bring forth a few posts about my 24-Hour Readathon aspirations before falling into a deep and silent slumber for the next 6 months. Or perhaps not. We'll see. The April 2017 Readathon starts soon and I feel decently prepared for it. I … Continue reading Readathon April 2017 Prep
I decided to reboot my website with a new name. I loved CabbitCorner, but I felt I needed a more mature bookish site rather than a cutesy and vaguely titled site. I'm still working on things for the site and hope to update more regularly with more bookish content, but I'm pretty busy with my … Continue reading Reboot
Book 3 completed! The Marvels was an amazing book, not only in story but artwork and cover design. Just brilliant! Never have 665 pages flew so fast! It was so good that I feel at a bit of a loss now! I need to read something else though. Perhaps one of the shorter books from … Continue reading Readathon April 2016: Hours 8 & 9
Our mini-challenge for Hour 2 is a top 5 bookish childhood memories. I loved reading as a child, but I don't recall reading a huge amount - not nearly as much as I do now. We're Going on a Bear Hunt - by Michael Rosen. This book! I will never live it down! When I … Continue reading Readathon Hour 2: MINI-CHALLENGE- OUR BOOKISH CHILDHOODS
Lately, I have been watching a lot of TV series and films as I have found it hard to focus on my reading. I binge watched the 5 seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race available to me on the UK Netflix, and naturally that segued into looking up films with Cher in (Thank you, Chad … Continue reading Film Review: Mermaids (1990)
I am 37% of the way through A Place Called Winter, which is an amazing book and is going as expected plot-wise. I decided to take a break and have since read the 'Your Favourite Pizza Witch' comic by Sarah Graley - something my fiancé ordered from a Kickstarter and received in the post this … Continue reading Readathon – 1 book down!
Just checking in, after having a hair appointment at which I could not blog. I have been reading my book club book 'A Place Called Winter' by Patrick Gale. It didn't hook me at first but I am 27% of the way through on my Kindle and am fascinated now. It's a look at Edwardian … Continue reading Readathon October 2015