Traitor’s Blade | Sebastien de Castell | a review

Traitor's Blade, Sebastien De Castell, Fantasy Fiction Paperback

“The first rule of the sword is – put the pointy end in the other man”

Traitor’s Blade is excellent. I picked this up as I’d seen it doing the rounds on Instagram and Goodreads and thought it sounded interesting. I am so glad I did.

We follow Falcio Val Mond in a first person narrative as he Continue reading

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Reading Different Genres – The Story of my Book Slump

 

 

So for the first time in an age, I’m in a bit of a reading slump. I’m very much a mood reader and normally, once I’ve started a series I will binge read all the available sequels in a row but at the moment, I’m really struggling to commit to anything. In the past, if I’ve ever had a slump I just change genre and I get all excited about reading again. This isn’t really working for me this time and it’s making me feel a bit lost. I love to have a book on the go so I can just turn off, escape into a different world and forget reality for a while, and the knowledge that I have thatΒ escape at the end of my fingertips is calming. So it’s weirdly uncomfortable not knowing where to go next.Β  Continue reading

To Be Read Book Tag

The lovely Pippa over at thelittlebookowl posted this tag the other day and I enjoyed her answers so much that I thought I’d share mine as well.

How do you keep track of your TBR pile?

Most of the books I want to read are listed in my Goodreads To Read shelf but I tend to only Continue reading