Vivian versus the apocalypse

Vivian versus the Apocalypse - Katie Coyle When you spend your life thinking that your parents and neighbours are a little crazy for believing that the end is actually nigh and that God is coming to rescue a chosen few and then a random few thousand people disappear seemingly having been raptured, what exactly are… Continue reading Vivian versus the apocalypse

challenges, The Read List

In December I read…

It's the last month of the book genre challenge! I don't know if I'm sad or excited about this. I guess in a way, it'll be a shame because I don't want to fall back into only reading the same genre over and over again, but at the same time, it'll be nice to pick… Continue reading In December I read…

Great Bookish Bakeoff

Great Bookish Bakeoff – Marshmallow fluff sugar cookies

The cakes I bake and the books I read while baking them. Yes, you read that right, marshmallow fluff sugar cookies. Its my dad's birthday on Monday, plus, my boss is trekking the great wall of China in aid of our local hospital's cancer centre and is holding hundreds of cake sales in order to… Continue reading Great Bookish Bakeoff – Marshmallow fluff sugar cookies

challenges, reviews

Keeping you a secret

Keeping you a secret - Julie Ann Peters Judging by the cover, a blurb hardly seems necessary.... I seem to spend my life searching for LGBT fiction where the characters are more than their sexuality. I know it's somewhat revelatory, but a person's orientation is not the only thing they have going on in their… Continue reading Keeping you a secret

challenges, reviews

Journey into mystery: Fear Itself

Journey into Mystery: Fear Itself - Keiron Gillen and Doug Braithwaite. I don't think I've reviewed a graphic novel/ comic book on here before. But as I'm doing the six week challenge at the moment, I guess that's about to change. I'm reviewing everything I read between November 1st and December 13th, so lucky you,… Continue reading Journey into mystery: Fear Itself

leah's stupid life, The Read List

Things what I read (August)

World War Z - Max Brooks. Not what I was expecting at all, and now I simply have to see the film to see how they could have possibly made a film out of it in the first place. Very different to anything I've read this year in the sense of its style, quite liked… Continue reading Things what I read (August)