About me

Hi!! My name is Emer (she/her) and I would like to welcome you to my cosy little corner of the internet.

Here at A Little Haze Book Blog I chat about all the different types of books I read.

I read books from all sorts of genres; adult fiction, YA fiction, literary fiction, contemporary, classics, fantasy, science fiction, memoirs, science non-fiction…

It’s probably easier to list the genres I do not read! Those would be horror and erotica.

I like to write reviews for every single book I read. I find it incredibly enjoyable to put all my thoughts about a book into a book review and then get to discuss it with other people who have read the same book… or the same author. Basically I am here to talk about books with absolutely everyone! To me, my blog is a happy extension of my favourite hobby.

I also love taking part in bookish-themed tags and memes, and I enjoy writing discussion posts on all aspects of books!

The name of my blog, A Little Haze, is inspired by my long term chronic illness.

I describe life with chronic pain and illness as being akin to living in a haze because due to pain, medication or the myriad of other side effects of life as a #spoonie, it means that my days tend to blur together and it can be hard to know which way is forward and which way is backwards… so it’s all a little bit hazy hence A Little Haze Book Blog.

My Favourite Authors Include: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Jane Austen, Sara Baume, Jessie Burton, Becky Chambers, John Green, Lindsey Kelk, Marie Lu, Madeline Miller, Max Porter, Colm Tóibín, Carlos Ruiz Zafon

My Favourite Books Include: The Catcher in the Rye, Pride and Prejudice, Metamorphoses, Circe, Jane Eyre, The Fault in Our Stars, The Shadow of the Wind, The Odyssey, A Line Made by Walking

I frequently read eARCs from NetGalley but I mostly read books I’ve borrowed from my local library or from my own personal collection.

For review requests please use the Contact Me form.

You can also connect with me on Twitter, @ALittleHaze, and on Goodreads, Emer A Little Haze.