London Indie Book Haul

I went to London for a work meeting the other day and decided to make the most of being in the Big Smoke and checking out some of the amazing independent bookshops there. Starting out with Daunt Books in Marylebone (about a 20 min walk from Paddington Station), I got a facsimile hardback edition of … Continue reading London Indie Book Haul

Books on my Christmas List 2018

I know it may be a little early but there are so many amazing books, amazing editions of books, coming out this season and I want to share with you the ones I'm most looking forward to (and some oldies I would just really like for Christmas)! 1. The new special-edition hardback Agatha Christies Harper … Continue reading Books on my Christmas List 2018

Autumn Book Haul // Part Two – Adult Fiction & Poetry

I bought and got given a load of books over the last month or so so I wanted to share them with you! I spoke about Children's and YA books in Part OneĀ and now it's time for adult books: Six Against The Yard by members of The Detection Club I read Floating Admiral, the Detection … Continue reading Autumn Book Haul // Part Two – Adult Fiction & Poetry

Autumn Book Haul // Part One – Children’s and YA

It occurred to me that I've bought and been given quite a few books over the past month or so and so I thought I'd share them with you! Starting off with children's and young adult books: The Lizsts by Kyo Maclear, illustrated by Julia Sarda I found this when re-alphabetising the shelves in the … Continue reading Autumn Book Haul // Part One – Children’s and YA

What If It’s Us – Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

I don't read YA really, at all. However I got given a proof copy of What If It's Us at the BA Conference a couple of weeks ago and then found out a couple of days ago that it's coming out on the 18th October and thought, how cool would it be to read a … Continue reading What If It’s Us – Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

Crickhowell Literary Festival 2018 Wrap Up

#CrickLitFest is over for another year. What a crazy, tiring, inspiring, amazing nine days that was. I met some great speakers: authors, poets, comedians, musicians. I was pretty restrained with my book purchasing however and only got 4 books over the festival! For me, the festival kicked off with the amazing Paul Henry & Brian … Continue reading Crickhowell Literary Festival 2018 Wrap Up

I went to the Booksellers Association Conference 2018 and here are some photos

I went to the BA Conference in Aston last weekend and thought you might like to see what we got up to! Here's a sneak-peek of the "book bus" which came in very useful when transporting all our goodies home!   First up was the Gardners Tradeshow where publishers shared with us what they were … Continue reading I went to the Booksellers Association Conference 2018 and here are some photos