February was predominantly a month of romance and YA for me. My reading habits have grown in those directions, anyway, but I was also a bit burnt out and I find those genres comforting. Fortunately for me, I was able to take a short holiday and spent a fair amount of it reading. So, it […]
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2018 got off to a slow start for me, reading-wise. We were a week into the year before I managed to finish my first book. I put some of it down to the fact I ended up reading some longer books this month, averaging 338 pages per book instead of the 240 of last year. […]
Happy New Year! I hope those of you celebrating had wonderful holidays. 2017 was a rough year for many, so I hope 2018 has been kind to you so far. I had a lovely break and was glad to spend some time with my family and friends. I also manged to get plenty of reading […]
With Christmas now just a couple of days away, Earl Grey Editing is shutting down for the year. I’ll be on holiday as of today until 3 January, making this my last post of 2017. Before I go, I thought I’d share my favourite reads from this year. These are not books that were necessarily […]
My very first review for The Skiffy and Fanty Show is up. The Dark Days Club (or Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club, if you’re looking for the Australian edition) by Alison Goodman is a story about demon hunting in Regency London. Head on over to hear my thoughts!
November found me a long way off my reading game. I had some time-consuming personal commitments which chewed into my reading time. And I DNFed two books this month. Combined, it makes for the worst reading month I’ve had all year. Of course, acquisitions haven’t slowed down at all. I managed to pick up some […]
Published: November 2017 by Escape Publishing Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: Fantasy romance Source: NetGalley Reading Challenges: Australian Women Writers Challenge 2017 Available: Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~Kobo Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In a world where people judge one another by […]
With two months left to go, I think I can give up on any vague hope I had of breaking even on Mt TBR this year. Though, to be fair, October is both birthday month and Conflux, so I didn’t really stand a chance. Fortunately, my other reading goals are looking good. The first was […]
Published: October 2017 by Escape Publishing Format reviewed: E-book (mobi) Genres: Contemporary romance Source: NetGalley Available: Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~Booktopia ~Kobo Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All’s Faire in love and war… Connie leads a double life. During the week, she […]
September is traditionally a difficult month for me due to the sheer number of personal and professional commitments I have. This year was certainly no exception, leading to my poorest month for reading so far this year. What reading I did tended towards light romances. I managed to compound the situation by acquiring way too […]
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