Currently reading: The Headless Cupid

I had a tiny meltdown on Twitter the other day, worrying about rereads and how to blog about them. Usually I only review something twice, as any more than that seems like overkill. It’s also really difficult for me to review something I’ve read ten times before, as it’s become such a part of my “reading personality” that I don’t feel I can properly articulate why I love it so much. Anyway, my current reread Read More …

REVIEW: Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild

Ballet and sisters and pre-WWII London! This book is full of things that make my heart go ping, not least of which is the characters and their adorableness. I don’t mean just the kids (though they’re cute enough); the adults are lovely as well, which makes a nice change from books with absent/neglectful parents. And for once the adults aren’t trying to impede the children from having their adventures, and neither do they suck all Read More …

Rereading Holmes: A Study in Scarlet Ch 5-10

Previously: Chapters 1-4 Bored in class one day, I decided to find a Sherlock Holmes story online and read it. I’m pretty sure I’ve read nearly all the Holmes stories before, but it’s been so long I can’t properly remember. I don’t normally write reviews for rereads, but though I’m not sure if this is a proper re-read or not I wasn’t particularly interested in writing reviews for the series. So I thought instead it Read More …

Rereading Holmes: A Study in Scarlet Ch 1-4

Bored in class one day, I decided to find a Sherlock Holmes story online and read it. I’m pretty sure I’ve read nearly all the Holmes stories before, but it’s been so long I can’t properly remember. I don’t normally write reviews for rereads, but though I’m not sure if this is a proper re-read or not I wasn’t particularly interested in writing reviews for the series. So I thought instead it might be fun Read More …