Arts & Crafts& food

Modern Sourdough by Michelle Eshkeri

Coming from a part of the world were 'bread' in the western context is rare in kitchens at home, I was completely unaware of what sourdough actually was till a few years ago. Since learning about its existence, the taste and idea of it have had a meteoric rise in my personal list of favourites.… Continue reading Modern Sourdough by Michelle Eshkeri

Chick lit, Romance

Starlight Over Bluebell Castle (Bluebell Castle #3) by Sarah Bennett

I have read and reviewed the previous two of the books linked below: It is rare when the last book of a series is the best of the lot, but that just happens to be the case in this particular series. I knew I would sit with this one as soon as I had it… Continue reading Starlight Over Bluebell Castle (Bluebell Castle #3) by Sarah Bennett

Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Narrator: Elizabeth Knowelden I have adored this series from the get-go. I started listening to it early on in my KU membership, and the absolutely brilliant narration of Elizabeth Knowelden is but the icing on a very, very delicious cake. If you check out my previous reviews below you will know just what I am… Continue reading Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Adventure, Fantasy, Uncategorized

The Alloy of Law (Mistborn: The Alloy Era #1) by Brandon Sanderson

I reviewed the first series of this world on the blog before:     This book is set many centuries after the first series, and I did not directly jump into it because the reviews were lukewarm in comparison, and I had other ending things to get to. I feel like kicking myself for the… Continue reading The Alloy of Law (Mistborn: The Alloy Era #1) by Brandon Sanderson

Arts & Crafts& food

First Time Embroidery and Cross-Stitch by Linda Wyszynski

This is the most comprehensive book that I could ever want if I decide to take up embroidery. I have this (probably bad) habit of purchasing everything required for a hobby even as I step into it. When I began crocheting, I bought a huge book and a lot of hooks and did not really… Continue reading First Time Embroidery and Cross-Stitch by Linda Wyszynski