When it comes to books, whether you're a reader, writer, hoarder, decorator or any other type of bibliophile, the relationship with them is sacred. This collection of comics by Grant Snider explores the bookishness surrounding the irresistible thrill of reading and writing.
Sometimes, it is impossible to part with the things we love the most and, before we know it, we've turned into hoarders. But is hoarding an eccentricity or is there a deeper meaning to it? Come and take a peek into Amy's world to see how Everything is Beautiful.
Are you a seeker of ideas? Or are you a dreamer who sits on the front porch contemplating life? No matter your age or creative background, this entertaining collection of comics provides insight into the joys and frustrations of creativity, inspiration, and process.
Whether learning to manage a difficult boss or deciding to quit altogether and take up an entrepreneurial role, this book offers life hacks to help multiply your efforts, moving you that much faster and closer to your ideal lifestyle.
An aspiring spy discovers a secret sisterhood of teen spies right under her nose and wants in.
A sharp thriller with dangerous missions and a bunch of eager teenagers who fear nothing.
This feminist novel from South Korea created a rage when it was first published in 2016 and went on to sell over a million copies over the course of two years. Translated in English earlier this year, this immediately went to the top of my TBR.
Here's me reflecting on another year of reading books under various genres and selecting my top favourites.
This is all about the second part of my annual reading challenge with TheRealBookSpy's #BookSpyChallenge2018 which is comprised purely of thrillers in all their varying sub genres.
As 2018 ends, I share the list of 108 book I read this year.