I have been delving a lot more into non-fiction this year, partly for writing research, partly because it turns out I like non-fiction audiobooks, and today I wanted to review two titles that I happened to read simultaneously and which ended up having a lot of cross over themes and topics: The Ship Asunder by Tom Nancollas and Shadowlands by Matthew Green.
Category: Mini Reviews
Mini Reviews: Teen Excellence
I have read more YA books than usual recently, and I have been appreciating the way in which they can often be more honest than adult fiction, and that when they deal with the realities of the world - with or without using fantastical elements - it feels more sincere. Obviously I do not think… Continue reading Mini Reviews: Teen Excellence
SciFiMonth Wrap Up & Mini Reviews
It’s the last day of November, which means my first SciFiMonth is coming to an end. Back in May, when doing Wyrd and Wonder, I said to myself I probably wouldn’t join in on the SF equivalent, because I’d only just read one or two SF novels and didn’t have enough lying around to be able to dedicate a month to the genre. But I had forgotten that I am an unstoppable force when it comes to buying books, and by the middle of the year I found myself in possession of quite a few SF books, as well as multiple NetGalley ARCs. And so, I have spent the last 30 days enjoying and discovering this genre, which is a great way to head towards the end of the year. I don’t have the time, sadly, to give each book the individual review they deserve, so I thought I’d do a SciFiMonth Mini Review roundup to look back on some of my latest reads!
Mini Reviews: Feminism, Shakespeare, Sicilian Crime, and Snow
I've fallen behind on my read-to-review ratio, and lately a few of my reads have been ones I've enjoyed but don't have enough to say about them to warrant giving them their own post. So hopefully they don't mind sharing with one another!