You may have noticed on my twitter feed recently or from my wrap up post of May that I have possibly found one of my favourite middle-grade book series I have ever read! The Apprentice Witch and Witch Alone are a middle-grade series which is written by James Nicol whom I met last month and was lovely enough to… Continue reading Author Q&A with James Nicol
The Northern YA Literary Festival is back, and this time it's a supernatural and fantastical edition, and once again us #NorthernBookBloggers are taking part! In case you didn't see it yesterday I reviewed Melvin's Burgess' latest novel; The Lost Witch which you can find here. While today I am interviewing the author himself! Hi Melvin! Welcome to… Continue reading Q&A with Melvin Burgess ~ The Northern YA Literary Festival
* I received an early release copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.* I have to admit that reading The Lost Witch was actually the first time which I had encountered Melvin Burgess' work. I don't know how I have seemed to have missed this author in… Continue reading The Lost Witch By Melvin Burgess Review
*I received a copy of Mirror Magic as part of the blog tour and in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions in this review are my own* When I was younger, I used to visit my grandparents' house every other day, especially during the holidays. In their bathroom, there was this huge… Continue reading Blog Tour: Mirror Magic By Claire Fayers
It was definitely too good to be true. In May I managed to read the grand total of 18 books, which coincidentally was a surprise to me as I had no idea that I had read that many books until I looked at my Goodreads challenge. Perhaps that is, why I am now struggling to… Continue reading The First Chapters of Five.
In previous years I haven't been, one to set TBR's let alone stick to them except for recently as seem to have found myself setting aside a small number of books each month to read and surprisingly I've been sticking to it! Which is why I thought that this month I would show you all… Continue reading Books to read in June.
May was a whirlwind month for me, it certainly had a lot of stuff jam-packed into it, but for me, the most notable of all those things is that I have now completed my second year at university which is terrifying. It's strange to think that this time two years ago I was actually completing… Continue reading May 2018