Top 5 Wednesday: Books That Would Make Good Video Games

Top 5 Wednesday is a group on Goodreads that was created by Lainey from gingerreadslainey and is now run by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes. This week is all about books that should be make into video games! I love video games, I’m not super great or anything but I do enjoy them. Some of my favourites are Animal Crossing and Super Mario Bros.

1. And Then There Were None Agatha Christie


Okay so this is one of my favourite books- I feel like I talk about it all the time: on here, to my friends, to my coworkers but hear me out!

How it would work is- you could play through as all of the different characters trying to avoid your fate, get off the island, save as many people as you can and figure out who the murderer is, it could also work where you walk through with new characters so you don’t know who’s going to be killed off next, finally (the most morbid) is you could play as the killer- trying to successfully plan your traps and murders.

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Poetry Focus Introduction

Here and there I like to pick up some poetry books, I love Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost and recently I’ve been reading Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur.

I wanted to start posting reviews for any poetry books that I read however I’m not sure about the typical review system since poetry is so personal to everyone plus it’s in such a different format that it difficult to put a star rating on it.

For a Poetry Focus, I will be featuring a poetry book that I’ve read, sharing my thoughts as well as a few of my favourite poems from it! I hope you enjoy this new series, the first Poetry Focus is next Friday featuring Milk and Honey!

Until next time, Emily

Cat Among The Pigeons: Book Review

author: Agatha Christie
published: Berkley
rating: 3/5


We have to know, you see, if there is still a cat among the pigeons! You understand what I mean? Is there still someone here who is masquerading under false colours?

Book Summary

Meadowbank Girl’s Private School is the last place you’d expect a murder because every single student, teacher and mistress is carefully and thoroughly selected to make sure they’re a perfect fit for the institution. But suddenly the Gems Mistress is shot in the middle of the night in the sports pavilion and everything Meadowbank has achieved could be lost. How does the murder connect to the revolution in Ramat? Why do strange things keep occurring at Meadowbank? Who is the murderer?

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Top 10 Tuesday: Why I Love the Murdoch Mysteries Fandom

Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly list created by The Brooke and the Bookish in which a new topic is listed each week. This week is all about fandoms and I chose to write about the Murdoch Mysteries “fandom.” I really love this show, I’ve been watching from season 1! So here we go, 10 reasons I love the Murdoch Mysteries Fandom


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NaPoWriMo 2017

You might have heard NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month (November) where the aim is to write a whole novel in 1 month! I’ll admit I’ve been tempted to try it but right now it seems very daunting. However I was looking around and found NaPoWriMo or National Poetry Writing Month where you write 1 poem each day for the month of April based on a prompt which you can find here. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at poetry, what better time than now? This is my first year trying it- so far so good, it’s only been 2 days but at least I’m not behind yet!

Until next time, Emily

Top 5 Wednesday: Science Fiction & Fantasy Books I Want To Read

Top 5 Wednesday is a group on Goodreads that was created by Lainey from gingerreadslainey and is now run by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes. This week is 5 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books I’ve Read however,I haven’t read too many books in this category so I thought I’d change it up a bit. Instead of doing the books I’ve read I’ll be doing the books I want to read!


  1. Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adamsa1hgwca36hl
    This book is referenced so often and I feel as if it’s one of those books everyone has to read eventually, just to say they read it. I think there was even a movie for this?

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Six of Crows: Book Review

author: Leigh Bardugo
published: Henry Holt and Company
rating: 5/5

Kaz leaned back. “What’s the easiest way to steal a man’s wallet?”
“Knife to the throat?” asked Inej.
“Gun to the back?” said Jesper.
“Poison in his cup?” suggested Nina.
“You’re all horrible,” said Matthias.


Book Summary

Kaz Brekker, the most clever criminal in all of Ketterdam is the only one who has a chance of doing the impossible: breaking into the Ice Court, retrieving a hostage and returning home alive. Also known as the government building with the highest security that has NEVER been compromised. He puts together a team 6 strong of outcasted criminals and thieves, it’s the risk of a lifetime but there are only two options- succeed or die trying. Do they have what it takes?

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Top 5 Wednesday: Fictional Jobs I’d Like to Have

Top 5 Wednesday is a group on Goodreads that was created by Lainey from gingerreadslainey and is now run by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes. This week is 5 fictional jobs that I’d like to have… here we go!

  1. Wandmaker Harry Potter
    harrypotterI love all of the small details to each wand and how there is only 1 wand for each wizard. The concept is so cool and building them would be great!

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