As we're now halfway through the year, it's time for an update on my 2022 Reading Challenge. How am I doing so far? Let's revisit the challenges I set for myself at the start of the year and assess. A Piece of Brontë-Inspired Fiction. I completed this task by reading the wonderful Wildfell Summer by Tracey… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2022: Update
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Favourite Reads of 2021
It's that time of year again when bookworms begin their reading challenge reviews. It's been a funny old year, and once again, I'm glad we have books during this strange time. Normally I just compile a list of my top five reads of the year, but with 63 books read in 2021 and a new… Continue reading Favourite Reads of 2021
Reading Challenge 2021: The Breakdown
Like everyone else on the planet, my 2021 didn't exactly go as planned, nor did my reading challenge. Let's have a look at what I set out to read, and what I actually managed to complete. It was a year in which I discovered my new favourite living author, more Brontë-inspired fiction, and re-discovered my… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2021: The Breakdown
Jodi Taylor’s The Nothing Girl: A Jane Eyre Inspired Fairy Tale for Adults?
Reader, I fire-trucking love Charlotte Brontë. There's a sentence I never thought I would write. An author famous for her strong heroines, misfits and outcasts trying to find a place in the world, and toying with her reader's emotions like a cat with a mouse (I'm sorry, who is that in the attic?! You can't… Continue reading Jodi Taylor’s The Nothing Girl: A Jane Eyre Inspired Fairy Tale for Adults?