I’m a bookworm and I’ve mentioned that quite a few times on this blog if you didn’t know already. But, I’m also just a broke student who wants to read enjoyable stories that are cheap. Usually, I look at Amazon EBooks as there is a wide variety of books to choose from. It’s also a bonus that they’re usually under £5. So, I’ve put together a cheap and free kindle books I’d recommend list in hopes to give some recognition to amazing authors and of course to help all of you find relatively cheap books. A lot of these may be fantasy; however there are some which will be contemporary and historical fiction as well. If you’re looking for some fantasy reads then my review on A Court Of Thorns And Roses could be useful!
I actually downloaded the first book for free and the book didn’t disappoint. Although the blurb honestly sounds like your typical, cringe worthy fantasy book where the girl is clueless about everything and suddenly she develops powers, it’s definitely not like that at all. I love how different it is, the author introduced a race of her own and it’s intriguing for sure! All of the characters are well developed and there are spin offs that are also so good as well! I’d recommend it and considering I’ve also reread this series, I would say it’s a good buy. Continue reading “Cheap and Free Kindle Books I’d Recommend”
Introduction A review on a newly released fantasy and Greek mythology book, Young Power which will soon be a series. Fantasy has always been my favourite genre so when I heard of this newly released book, Young Power and the author (Andrea Blythe Liebman) sent me the eBook I knew I had to review it after that. I always will be honest with reviews and … Continue reading Young Power Series Review
After hearing the hype about the Throne of Glass book series, I decided that I would give it a go starting with the prequel, The Assassin’s Blade. It didn’t disappoint and I was hooked in from the first novella. All five of them are woven into each other and it may as well have just been an ordinary book as each one took not long … Continue reading The Assassin’s Blade Review
3 Tips To Find Time To Read In Exam Season. Exams are literally the worst. All of the stress, the crammed revision and the meltdowns we endure just to get a decent grade. Reading a book doesn’t even come to my mind as I busy myself with revision. But I realise that, yes it’s important to revise for a test, if I didn’t revise I … Continue reading 3 Tips To find Time To Read In Exam Season
I decided to give this book after all the hype I had seen basically everywhere. I wasn’t disappointed although if it wasn’t for the hype maybe I would’ve liked the book even more than I already do. The style of writing is completely different to what I’m used to reading as it told the story as if it was a documentary. At first I found … Continue reading Daisy Jones and the Six: Book Review
I decided that since it is self love month, I may as well treat myself to one of my favourite store ever… Paperchase! Honestly they have the cutest stationery ever and as soon as I saw their Valentine’s collection, I wanted to have a little part of it. I tried to limit myself and I only bought 4 things! That’s quite an achievement for me, … Continue reading Self love Stationary Haul
This year I’ve made it my goal to read as many books as I can. Starfish was one of the first books I have read this year and all I can is that it’s brilliant. The author made Kiko so relatable and at times I really wondered whether I was reading about myself or Kiko. I understood the insecurities she felt about being half white … Continue reading Starfish: Book Review
Notebook: Pens: It’s finally the New Year and everyone is buzzing with excitement as they plan to achieve their New Year resolution. However, we all know it’s not as easy as it sounds. My resolution was to be more organised and a bullet journal seemed like a perfect idea. I had used it on and off last year and since then I’ve decided to give … Continue reading Bullet Journal: The Pros and Cons
2019 is just around the corner, and I thought I would review one of my favourite reads from this year! Especially for those days when you want to buy a book even if there is an ever-growing unread pile on your shelf! I know the feeling, so grab a cuppa and read on if you’re interested in teen mysteries! The book One of Us is … Continue reading Book Review: One of Us Is Lying
There are 3 types of learners which are the most common: Visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. My top 5 stationary items can hopefully benefit any learner! 1.Flashcards Flashcards have many benefits. I think I am a mix of a visual and auditory learner. Flashcards can let me see everything in one order and they even help to memorise notes. Such as repeating my notes out loud … Continue reading Top 5 stationary items for revision!