Today I have a spoiler-free review of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well by Meik Wiking for you. I’ve been meaning to pick this book up for months, and finally gave in after seeing it for £5 in the shops. I am so glad I finally bought it as it was such an interesting and cheerful read! I really felt like a learned a lot about both hygge and Denmark.
The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well by Meik Wiking.
- UK hardcover – 287 pages
- Release date: 16th of November 2016
- Published by Penguin UK
- ISBN: 0241283914
- Goodreads page for The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well here!
At the end of March I travelled down to Nottingham to stay with Mia, who blogs over at thecosyreader! Mia and I started talking about writing over a year ago, neither of us can remember when, and since then became critique partners and best friends! I had such a great time visiting her, so I thought I’d write a little blog post about it.
Today I have a spoiler-free review of The Valiant by Lesley Livingston for you. This book caught my attention as it follows Fallon, a Celtic warrior, captured and forced to become a female gladiator in Rome. I love books about the Celtic tribes and so I bought it straight away!The Valiant by Lesley Livingston – The Valiant #1.
- US hardcover – 372 pages
- Release date: 14th of February 2017
- Published by Razorbill
- ISBN: 0448493780
- Goodreads page for The Valiant here!
Hello, I hope you all had a great March! I only managed to read three books, but I gave each of them five stars so I am happy. This month I focused on reading some of the books on my TBR inspired by / set in Scotland, so I had a lot of fun. I’ll definitely be branching out more in April though. Continue reading
Today I have a spoiler-free review of The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May which is the second book in The Falconer trilogy. You can check out my spoiler-free review of the first book here: The Falconer! This trilogy is set in a steampunk version of Edinburgh in the 1800’s, and is filled with Scottish folklore and faeries!
The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May – The Falconer #2
- US hardcover – 458 pages.
- Release date: 21st of June 2016
- Published by Chronicle Books
- ISBN: 1452128820
- Goodreads page for The Vanishing Throne here!
This weekend I thought I would tell you about five book series I don’t plan on continuing. On this blog I only talk about, and review, books I have enjoyed so I am excited to be talking about books I didn’t like so much (+ the one I hated). Each of these is pretty popular and was released a while ago, so I don’t feel too bad for saying I’m not continuing.
I only hated one of these books, so if you have any of the others on your TBR I still reccomend you read them. Don’t let this post sway you. Anyway, I hope you enjoy!
Today I have a short review of this book of Celtic Tales, which was published by Chronicle Books in 2016. I always like to browse through the section of Scottish books in Waterstones, and I was so excited when I found this one! It’s such a beautiful collection.
Celtic Tales: from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany and Wales
- Illustrations – Kate Forrester
- UK hardcover – 176 pages
- Release date: 30th August 2016
- Published by Chronicle Books
- ISBN: 145215175X
- Goodreads page for Celtic Tales here!