10 Best Books Set in Iceland and Greenland

best books set in Iceland and Greenland

When the days are short, the nights are dark and winter truly sets in, there’s nothing better than curling up with a good book. Particularly when that book is one of the 10 best books set in Iceland and Greenland. After all, if there is any place that knows about winter, it’s here. So if you’re looking for a dark comedy, a chilling crime thriller or perhaps some historical fiction to warm your winter nights with, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s get started. Read more

Reading Goals for 2018

reading goals for 2018

In my last post I talked about my goals and plans for the new year. Today, I’d like to chat to you about all my reading goals for 2018. My overall focus for the year is to live with intention and that has definitely influenced the books I am planning to read this year positively. Read more

My 2018 Plans and Goals

my 2018 plans and goals

Can you believe it’s already the second week in 2018? I have been meaning to sit down and gather my thoughts about my 2018 plans and goals since New Years Day, but days flew by. Still, it’s never too late to set some good intentions is it? And that’s what I want to talk about today… Read more

Review: Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais

Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais

Hands up if you love a good life affirming book? You know, the kind that makes you remember all the good things in life. If your hand is raised (you can put it down now) then Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais  should hurtle to the top of your TBR pile. Here’s why: Read more

Books to read when you’re sick or recovering from a cold

Books to read when you're sick

When looking for good books to read when you’re sick or recovering from a cold I have two rules. 1) They can’t be too sad. 2) They have to be good enough to help me forget my sniffles. In terms of what to read, well, that’s a different story. Read more

How To Beat a Reading Slump and Fall in Love With Reading Again

How to beat a reading slump

How to beat a reading slump? That’s the question! Recently, I’ve had a little bit of trouble with reading.  I could give you a list as long as my arm featuring all the books I have tried to read. But in contrast my pile of finished books is looking a little sparse. This happens to every reader sometimes, but that doesn’t make it any less frustrating! Here’s a few things I try when reading fatigue takes over. Read more