A Natural History of Dragons - Marie Brennan Synopsis All the world, from Scirland to the farthest reaches of Eriga, know Isabella, Lady Trent, to be the world’s preeminent dragon naturalist. She is the remarkable woman who brought the study of dragons out of the misty shadows of myth into the clear light of modern… Continue reading Review: A Natural History of Dragons
With my summer holiday finally underway, I have been able to really start enjoying some books and getting involved in readathons! Which is lucky, because it was just in time for the 24 in 48 readathon. The aim of this readathon is to complete 24 hours of reading over a 48 hour period. I have… Continue reading 24 in 48 Readathon!
In the month of February, I managed to read 7 books. This is a quick wrap up of those titles. Flame in the Mist - Renee Ahdieh - DNF It was not because this book was bad, I have struggled with Ahdieh's writing before, but that was more to do with pace than it was… Continue reading February Wrap Up
The start of December was incredibly slow and disappointing for me. The books I read weren't great and I really didn't feel that they even merited a real response in terms of a longer review. Still, there was a couple of really good reads thrown in there towards the end. A Shadow Bright and Burning… Continue reading December wrap up.
Blogging about books and all the readathons which took place in October seem to have done wonders for my TBR pile as I managed to read a great total of 9 books last month. However, I somehow managed to add an additional 30 books to my TBR, so I just didn't do well enough. With… Continue reading November TBR
NaNoWriMo reminds me of how much I love writing, and how much fun I have had doing so in the past. I love to read longer prose, and don't usually read short stories, but short stories are something really fun that I enjoy writing. I've finally put two of my own short stories up in… Continue reading Short Stories!
It's the first of NaNoWriMo! So NaNoWriMo is a month close to my heart when people frantically type, or handwrite, what they hope will become the first draft of their novel. I have always loved books, and have always wanted to write one, but I struggle. I struggle because I procrastinate, and because I have… Continue reading NaNoWriMo