Bookend Events, Discussion, Recommendations

2019 Reading Goals | Bookending Winter

BKW RGReading Goals for the New Year | Setting out a plan for what you’d like to read in 2019
For my final day hosting Bookending Winter I’ve given us the chance to set out some goals we’d like to achieve next year when reading. I picked this for two reasons; one that I never made any goals for 2018 and two, we’ve all just shared recommendations so maybe you want to pick up something another blogger shared.

If you’ve written your own post for this prompt please feel free to leave a link in the comments so myself and others can see your Fireside Favourites! Alternatively you can tag me on twitter.

For this post I will just be focusing on reading and bookish goals but if you want to add in some blogging goals too feel free. Continue reading “2019 Reading Goals | Bookending Winter”

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Bookend Events, Discussion, Recommendations

Fireside Favourites | Best Reads of 2018

bookedning ffFireside Favourites | Best Reads of 2018
For my second day hosting Bookending Winter I’ve given the prompt for us to list our favourite reads of the year to pick up and pass the time whilst snuggled in with a hot coco next to the fire.

If you’ve written your own post for this prompt please feel free to leave a link in the comments so myself and others can see your Fireside Favourites! Alternatively you can tag me on twitter.

Also wow, can you believe I’ve had this post ready since 2nd September! I’ve added and altered as needed too. Continue reading “Fireside Favourites | Best Reads of 2018”

Bookend Events, Discussion, Recommendations

Warming Your Winter | Reflecting on friendships and good posts

Book Ending WinWarming Your Winter | Reflecting on friendships and good posts
Today is my first day as a host for Bookending Winter so join me as I look back on this years blogging friendships and recommend some posts to check out!

If you’ve written your own post for this prompt please feel free to leave a link in the comments so myself and others can see you Warming others Winters! Alternatively you can tag me on twitter.

I really can’t wait to read about all y’all friendships this month, but without further ado its time for me to share the love too. Continue reading “Warming Your Winter | Reflecting on friendships and good posts”

Book Reviews, Graphic Novel, Received for Review

Graphic Novel Review: Luke Cage: Everyman by Anthony Del Col

Luke Cage: Everyman by Anthony Del Col and illustrated by Jahnoy Lindsay and Declan Shalvey
Series: Luke Cage: Everyman #1-3
Genre: Superheroes | Graphic Novel
Length: 192 pages
Published on 14th November 2018 by Marvel
Purchase: Amazon | TBD
Anthony Del Col: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Jahnoy Lindsay: Twitter | Goodreads
Declan Shalvey: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
eCopy received for review from author

Synopsis: Collects Luke Cage MDO Digital Comic #1-3.

With Harlem in the grips of an unprecedented heat wave, the people look to their hero—the unbreakable man, Luke Cage! But the heat wave turns out to be the least of Harlem’s worries. Someone has their sights set on the city’s 1%, and the rich and powerful are dropping dead from mysterious illnesses. It’s up to Luke Cage to stop the Everyman Killer—even though he’s just received a grim diagnosis of his own… By the time Luke discovers the true identity of the Everyman Killer he’s too late to stop them from abducting one of the most important people in his life. Can Luke neutralize the killer in time to save his beloved city?

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Books and Tea Book Club, Monthly Updates

Books and Tea Book Club | December

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Books and Tea Book Club | December Events
Hi guys, its been a while so its time to check back in and let you know whats happening. If you want a full run down on what my Book Club has to offer please visit this post.

Keep reading to see what we have planned for December!
Continue reading “Books and Tea Book Club | December”

Guest Post

The Dragons Who Inspired Me | Guest Post by Dianna Gunn

draqgonsThe Dragons Who Inspired Me | written by Dianna Gunn

Last time Dianna was on the blog she shared an exclusive excerpt of her newest release – Moonshadow’s Guardian and today I’m thrilled to welcome her back to talk about the Dragons who Inspired her.

I hope you enjoy this guest post, I’ve had a lot of fun working with authors and bloggers to share these with you and hope to continue to bring more to you lovely readers.

Continue reading “The Dragons Who Inspired Me | Guest Post by Dianna Gunn”

Challenges, State of the ARC, Wrap Up

State of the ARC | November

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State of the ARC |
November

Don’t forget to visit Ava’s posts as she is the host of this great monthly check in with our review copies.

I’m back and mostly on time with this months, I’ll follow the same layout as last time as I rather liked the simpler format.
Continue reading “State of the ARC | November”

Video Game Reviews

Video Game Review: An Old Mans Journey

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Old Man’s Journey by Broken Rules
Genre: Adventure | Indie
Release Date: 18th May 2017
Gifted to me on Steam

Synopsis: Old Man’s Journey, a soul-searching puzzle adventure, tells a story of life, loss, reconciliation, and hope. Entrenched in a beautifully sunkissed and handcrafted world, embark on a heartfelt journey interwoven with lighthearted and pressure-free puzzle solving.

A visual narrative about life’s precious moments, broken dreams, and changed plans, uncover stories of the old man’s life told through beautiful vignettes of his memories. Interacting with the serene and whimsical environment, solve playful puzzles by shaping the landscape, growing the hills to create the old man’s path forward.

During this compact gameplay experience, you’ll be transported to a vibrant and wishful world, exploring life’s complexities through the old man’s eyes. Meditatively delightful and reflective, Old Man’s Journey invites you to immerse yourself in quiet and inquisitive puzzles, and experience the old man’s heartache, regret, and hope.

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Book Reviews, Received for Review

ARC Review: Forsaken Genesis by M.J. Marinescu

Forsaken Genesis by M.J. Marinescu
Series: Deluge Prophecies #1
Genre: Cyberpunk | Young Adult
Length: 353 pages
Published on 29th September 2018 by Tellwell
Purchase: Amazon | TBD
M.J. Marinescu: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
eCopy recieved in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis:The world has changed in more ways than one. Most humans live in the safety of the hive cities, massive industrial complexes walled off to the outside world. Yet, the dangers of the wilds are no longer limited to the outskirts. Rumours abound of strange things in the night. Sightings of subhumans and citizens being abducted, whisked off by men in vans or worse. The Department of Control keeps a close eye on the citizens of Avalon but who are they protecting?

Melissa thought the world outside the facility would be safe. Free from the pain and the incessant tests of the men in white coats but what she finds is a world unknown. Fleeting memories call to her like a siren song pleading for her to remember. Can she figure out her strange dreams and the shadowed figure who hounds her in her sleep? She must discover who she is and come to terms with the truth that may have been kept from her for good reason if she hopes to survive in this strange new world.

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