• yellow and blue initiative blog banner 3 1 - Monthly Reading Wrap-Up: October 2019
    Monthly Roundup

    Monthly Reading Wrap-Up: October 2019

    October is now over. Halloween is done and dusted and now all it seems is that we are on the downward spiral to xmas. This year has wizzed past at such a speed (Isn’t that such a british thing to say?) I’ve read some pretty cool spooky reads which I’ll list below so you can check them out. As the coke advert says: Holidays are coming! Here’s What I’ve read this month: The Demons Beneath (D.I Graves #1) by W.D. Jackson-Smart Ready Player One by Ernest Cline The Other Daughter by Shalini Boland Little Siberia by Antti tuomainen Black Widow (Jack Parlabane #7) by Chris Brookmyre Cage (Reykjavik Noir Trilogy)…

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    Blogtober: Autumnal Bookshelf Ideas

    Hey, and welcome to Blogtober day 7. Can’t believe that I have managed to blog for seven days straight! I don’t know if I will manage every day of the month but I’ll give it a damn good go! Do you love decorating your bookshelves with a seasonal or holiday theme? I have to admit that I don’t usually do it but after researching the good old web, I’ve seen so many beautiful and awesome ideas. I just wish I had the time to do it properly. In this post I’m going to share with you some quick and easy Ideas that I’ve come with to make your bookshelves popping…

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    10 Under-rated Horror books to Binge-read Before Halloween

    It’s THE season of the year!! Summer is officially over and we can look forward to fluffy jumpers, blankets and bedding. The leaves are changing, it’s getting colder and its getting awesome. Forget the BBQ’s, get out the costumes instead. It’s the perfect time for digging out those seriously scary reads. Turn off the light, get cozy and be prepared to get seriously spooked by this list of underrated creepy books. What better way is there to get prepared for Halloween? Blindness by Jose Saramago From Nobel Prize–winning author José Saramago, a magnificent, mesmerizing parable of loss A city is hit by an epidemic of “white blindness” that spares no…