October Wrap Up

So I’m not exactly known for being the best at doing wrap ups. I’ve since to date done two on this blog and same with my bookstagram, my last one having been shortly after I got back from Worldcon last August. But I had one of the best reading months I’ve had since this pandemic…

A Vampire TBR

I love vampires. I always have and likely will always gravitate towards them. I don’t know what it is. It started with vampire movies in my teens, reading all the books I could find from Anne Rice to Point Horror and right into my (like many folks) Twilight phase in my mid teens. Then we…

5 Comforting Fantasy Books

Once again, I do apologise for the silence on here. This time, it wasn’t actually anything to do with lockdowns or anything like that, I was just fucking busy. Working from home or not, still busy when it is busy. This week do go a little faster than past ones though so for that I…

Five of my Favourite Short Stories

Short stories are literally a godsend. I have grown up reading anthologies, short story collections and now that I am a working woman, reading them on Kindle. There’s nothing like cleansing your reading palette with a short story, especially when it is a well written story with a good plot. I have listed five here…

Sequels I Need to Read this Year

I think the thing that we readers can all mostly agree that we forget to do or leave slip a lot are sequels to books we have read. Sequels can be either the most daunting or the most exciting thing to read. I have been both people, where I ran to the book shop the…

Sci Fi Books Written by Women Authors that I Loved

In case you are new here, hi I’m Hedwig and I’m a lady that loves scifi and fantasy. I have also read an eclectic amount of both scifi, fantasy and horror written buy some wonderful women. I feel like sometimes I have read books that very few people seem to talk about that would make…

My Favourite Stephen King Books

Last week I made a post on my Instagram about Stephen King for his 72nd birthday. All of a sudden I realised from looking at my collection that I never talk about him and yet he’s been one of my favourite authors. Everyone has their story for how they first started reading Stephen King. Mine…