You may have noticed that I have been branching out on what I write in my posts ever since lockdown started. Well, when we started this blog, I was told by my parents that a blog is a place where you can write about a topic of great interest to you. I love books, my … Continue reading Latest the books on our shelf updates…
So we're all stuck in our houses, trying to not be as lethargic as usual and get some stuff done. Have you been in a swampy mood all the time? It's a fact that if you aren't being active then you will always be in a bad mood. I am in those moods all the … Continue reading !!Making sure you are in a good mood!!
Because of the lock down, I have been stuck at home all day. So I am doing a writing prompt every day! Try your hand at a few... PROMPT: INCLUDE THE PHRASE "YOU KNOW I'M NO GOOD" Down in the darkness of the prison in max security, there lies a figure. Me. With scars … Continue reading !!!Lock down writing N.02!!!
The 1000 year old boy is a brilliant book which in a very simple way explains quite a strange and difficult concept. This book tells the story of a boy called Alfie. He is a completely normal boy. Except for the fact that he has a lucid memory of the last viking invasion. Completely normal. … Continue reading The 1000 Year Old Boy-Ross Welford
Orion Lost is a brilliant, action packed sci fi novel with incredible turns and jaw dropping twists. I hung on to every single word of this unputdownable book and it has helped me to improve my writing and vocabulary. I do think that in some areas the author could have used some description rather … Continue reading Orion Lost-Alastair Chrisholm
This was a really awesome book! It was one that I randomly picked up from the bookshelf for lack of something to read. I really enjoyed it because of the pace of the story, the way the emotion depicted by the authors words was felt by me. This wasn't exactly a challenging read but it was … Continue reading Lightning Girl-Alesha Dixon
This book is hilarious! It was sort of a bit like Captain Underpants (my parents will probably sigh when they read this). I would definitely describe this book as a very easy read, though still a very enjoyable one. It's very humorous though still delivers quite a serious message. That message is... "Being small doesn't … Continue reading Killer vending machines wrecked my lunch!- Matt Brown
This book is one I have been wanting to read for years, however the age group was never appropriate for me. So on finally being allowed to read this book, I read ferociously and as usual with Roald Dahl I wasn't disappointed. I love his autobiography! I love his witty writing style and adore his … Continue reading Going Solo-Roald Dahl
This was the first school library book that I have ever properly got into. I read the first book back in 2018. So 1 year later, here I am finally writing the review of the sequel as well. These books are not challenging at all, however, they make for an extremely enjoyable read. The sequel is quite … Continue reading The Wild Robot Series-Peter Brown
As you can tell (if you have read my recent reviews) these murder books are really captivating me.I have read 6 of the books, still some reviews due, and they have not bored me once. Robin Stevens style is one that I as a reader I have never encountered before. It is wonderfully fun and … Continue reading Death in the spotlight -Robin Stevens