The Hazelwood - Melissa Albert You know when you hear EVERYONE and their cat talking about a book and then you get the chance to read a copy? That was me. I was legit like But did this suffer from overhyped? Seventeen-year-old Alice and her mother have spent most of Alice’s life on the road,… Continue reading The Hazelwood
As some of you may know, I used to work as a reporter at a weekly local news paper, which meant that every March, I would take to the streets with my camera and visit as many schools as I could to take photos for World Book Day. It was always one of my favourite… Continue reading World Book Day
A taste of blue Light - Lydia Ruffles When Netgalley sent me an email saying I could have a copy of this, they sold it to me by including a quote from Louise O'Neill (who I adore) and by saying this book was what YA would be if Sylvia Plath wrote it and well I… Continue reading The Taste of Blue Light
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman I have a confession to make... I may have been sent a copy of this book at some point last year and I may have (read definitely) have forgotten about it. Ooops, my bad. So then, its pretty lucky that Sanne over at Books and Quills did… Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine
The Keeper of Lost Things - Ruth Hogan I was sent this to review so long ago that its been out to buy for MONTHS. Sorry. I got distracted by all the things, but I did at least manage to finish it in the year I was sent it, so that's something at least! Lime… Continue reading The Keeper of Lost Things
Has it been ages since I wrote a blog? It feels like its been ages... The beauty of drafts! Anyway, hows it going? You all good? Cool. So, anyone who follows my adventures on YouTube may already know that I love watching subscription box unboxings and not any kind of subscription box unboxing, but bookish… Continue reading I got an Illumicrate subscription!
Here We Are Now - Jasmine Warga After absolutely loving My Heart and Other Black Holes I jumped at the chance to read Jasmine Warga's next book and this didn't disappoint! Despite sending him letters ever since she was thirteen, Taliah Abdallat never thought she'd ever really meet Julian Oliver. But one day, while her… Continue reading Here We Are Now