awards, bookbloggers, Just for Fun

The Unique Blogger Award

Thanks Joe@J.W. Martin  for nominating me for this award and apologies for taking so long to answer your fab questions. You’re being blackmailed by an evil overlord to pull off the heist of the century. You need to assemble a crew who can pull off the heist and thwart the overlord at the same time.… Continue reading The Unique Blogger Award

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Book Tags, Just for Fun

The Cake Flavoured Book Tag

I love book tags as you all know, and I also love cake, so how could I pass this one up when I saw it on Bookish Rita's round up of all her favourite posts for May. It was originally created by Cait @ Paper Fury last summer and has been doing the rounds since… Continue reading The Cake Flavoured Book Tag

Just for Fun, meme, Same Book Different Cover

Same Book, Different Cover Part 2

I love this meme created and hosted by Inge @The Belgian Reviewer highlighting the difference between covers for the same book. I’ve noticed the same thing happening with audiobooks as well, so let’s have a look at some covers. Audiobooks are on the left and paperbacks/hardbacks/ebooks are on the right I definitely prefer the paperback… Continue reading Same Book, Different Cover Part 2

Book Tags, Just for Fun

Emotions in Colours Book Tag

I love this tag that found on Bookish Rita and was created by Cait@PaperFury 1. BLUE → A BOOK THAT MADE YOU SAD. This is a beautifully written book but so sad. It gave me an amazing glimpse into the life of a wonderfully creative surgeon who loved his calling and respected his patients and colleagues.… Continue reading Emotions in Colours Book Tag

Just for Fun, meme, Six Degrees of Seperation

Six Degrees of Separation – from Memoirs of a Geisha to The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

It’s time for #6degrees. It’s unquestionably the least demanding bookish meme on the interwebs, so join in! Six Degrees of Separation is a monthly meme hosted by Books Are My Favourite and Best. The idea is to start with the book that Kate gives us and then create a chain of six books, each suggested… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation – from Memoirs of a Geisha to The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry