©️Hope Mill Theatre I was scheduled to have tickets to see RENT at The Hope Mill Theatre earlier this November. Due to the second national lockdown this was instead cancelled. However, it was transferred to an online performance, which begins my first point of this theatre review. The Hope Mill Theatre was exceptional in dealing … Continue reading Theatre Review: RENT
Thank you Tess Shepherd for the ARC of Public Trust! I thoroughly enjoyed her debut novel The Fire Drill, so make sure to check that out too. Public Trust is published January 15th 2021, make sure to pre-order via Amazon. *May contain spoilers because I can’t help myself when I get excited but they will … Continue reading Book Review: Public Trust by Tess Shepherd
TBR = To Be Read. = Never to be read. Many of you may be like me and have an ever growing TBR shelf. This may feel like a good thing to some, having a constant list of books and the urge to read the lot. However, I have recently began to feel as though … Continue reading TBR or not TBR? That is the question.
I have been patiently waiting for my birthday to do this book tag since I saw Books By Dano do it. It was my birthday 24th October and time to publish the 'Birthday Book Tag'. QUESTION 1: THE BIRTHDAY CAKEA BOOK WITH A PLOT THAT SEEMS CLICHE BUT YOU ADORE IT ANYWAY. I find this … Continue reading BIRTHDAY BOOK TAG
The young, titular orphan lives with her Aunt Reed and cousins, where she is treated poorly and rejected as an outcast. This leads to Jane Eyre being sent away to attend Lowood School. After spending many years there as a student and also a teacher, she leaves to become a governess at Thornfield. As events … Continue reading Book Review: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Yesterday, I visited the most beautiful Lyme Park, which posed as Pemberley for the 1995 BBC TV series of ‘Pride and Prejudice’. It was a perfect time to go as this year is the 25th anniversary, so going as a P&P fan, this felt extra special. We arrived a little early as the House opened … Continue reading My Time At Pemberley!
I know that it may seem like a while since I have posted a blog post. I apologise for that and will provide you with a little update as to why. Like many people this year, due to the circumstances, I have taken a staycation to Wales! This was a great end to the summer … Continue reading Currently Reading Book Tag
Well-known artist Basil Hallward finds great inspiration and admiration from his favourite subject Dorian Gray. He is enthralled by his flawless beauty and perfection. This all changes when Basil tells good friend Lord Henry Wotton of Dorian who becomes an acquaintance and mentor to him, introducing Dorian to the ways of the world (according to … Continue reading Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
The fantastic Tess Shepherd very generously sent me an ARC of The Fire Drill in exchange for a review. It’s publication date it August 1st, so make sure to check it out and support Tess with her debut novel. As always, I will try my very best to keep spoilers to a minimum, especially as … Continue reading Book Review: The Fire Drill by Tess Shepherd
Hello everyone! It has been around 8 weeks now since I started this blog and 9 for my bookstagram (@fortheliterature). I am overwhelmed with how wonderful the book community is and how much fun I am finding being a blogger. It was something I have attempted in the past but could never get it to … Continue reading General update!