🧳My Holiday to Kent, England July ’22

Hello friends, today I am sharing with you what I got up to on my relaxing week-long holiday to one of my favourite places, nestled in the beautiful countryside of Kent: one of the home counties that lies in the South East of England. If you are a regular visitor here, you may recall I … Continue reading 🧳My Holiday to Kent, England July ’22

πŸ“– A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett β­β­β­

Due to quite a heavy first year (2018) into my new Classics Club list, I decided to go easier on myself by reading some more of the children’s classics on my list, this year. After finishing Jo's Boy by Louisa May Alcott, I immediately picked upΒ A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett, which I have … Continue reading πŸ“– A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett β­β­β­

The Lady of the Rivers by Philippa Gregory

Having loved The White Queen about Elizabeth Woodville and The Red Queen about Margaret Beaufort, I was very eager to continue reading Philippa Gregory’s popular Cousins’ War series. In which, Gregory retells the bloody rivalry between the Houses of York and Lancaster, what we now call the War of the Roses, through the eyes of … Continue reading The Lady of the Rivers by Philippa Gregory

πŸ“– Runemarks by Joanne M. Harris (Runemarks #1) β­β­β­

Since loving Joanne M. Harris' refreshing twist on Norse mythology in The Gospel of Loki, back in 2016, I have long been anticipating reading more, and yet Runemarks - Harris' 2007 young adult novel, also inspired by Norse mythology and folklore - has languished on my Kindle for several years! Shame on you, Jessica, shame! … Continue reading πŸ“– Runemarks by Joanne M. Harris (Runemarks #1) β­β­β­