Last year, I drafted a post of Remembrance Day book reviews, but never published it, for some reason that escapes me now. However, since today is the centenary of the end of WW1, I thought I might dig it out, dust it off and publish it today.
Not all of these books deal with the First World War, but they all deal with war in one form or another, and they are all well-written, engaging and heartbreaking, whether they are about WW1 or WW2.
So, here’s my original post! Enjoy 😀
Young Digger–Anthony Hill
I just finished reading this book today and it was amazing. I think it broke my heart in several places. Here’s the official back cover blurb: Continue reading
Hello, folks! I come to you today bearing a bunch of mini reviews for Marissa Meyer’s amazing YA series The Lunar Chronicles, plus giving you four reasons why you should read these books, if you’re not convinced by the end of the reviews.
I’ll try to keep these as spoiler free as possible, but if I do have to bring up a spoiler, I’ll make sure to tag it first! (Also, just as a note, I will not be reviewing Fairest because, as of now, I haven’t read it. Thus I cannot cast my opinion on it into the realms of An Ordinary Pen).
So, let’s go! Continue reading
(Just a note before we start: Unfortunately, due to Internet issues, there aren’t any pretty pictures for this post. Sorry about that)
Hello guys!! Can you believe we’re a whole week into April already?? It’s crazy, but I’m going to update you on my March. These posts of mine tend to be really, really long, but today I’m going to attempt to shorten my monthly wrap-up posts, in the hope that I won’t sound so rambly!
Before we start, I just want to mention that yesterday I did a guest post for Audrey Caylin on the importance of hope and you really should go have a look, and check out Audrey’s blog as well, because it’s amazing (and she’s amazing too). Continue reading
Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s already February! Can you believe it? Nope, me either. So I’m going to update you today on how my January went.
Well, hum…er… Continue reading