#SixforSunday is a blog series hosted by the wonderful Steph from alittlebutalot. Today's topic for the series is about encouraging out the love of 2018 books that we read that we would like to reread this year too! Only recently I have started to love a good reread and appreciate it too and there were… Continue reading Six For Sunday: 2018 Books to Reread
[AD- Gifted, I was lucky enough to win/receive an early copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own and have not been affected by this.] A Good Girl's Guide to Murder By Holly Jackson Format: Proof Copy. Publisher: Electric Monkey Release Date: 2nd May 2019 Blurb: The case is closed. Five… Continue reading Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder By Holly Jackson
[AD- Gifted. I was gifted an early review copy of this book by Barrington Stoke, in exchange for an honest review] The Starlight Watchmaker By Lauren James Format: Proof copy, 118 pages. Publisher: Barrington Stoke. Release Date: 15th July 2019 Blurb: Wealthy students from across the galaxy come to learn at the prestigious academy where Hugo toils as… Continue reading Review: The Starlight Watchmaker By Lauren James
Back in March, I was lucky enough to attend the Northern Literacy Young-Adult Festival in Preston. It was the third time that the festival had taken place and I have to say it, this time was the best one yet! Not only getting to see a fantastic line-up of authors, check out various book stalls… Continue reading Looking back at #NYALitFest!
Hello, it's been a while, hasn't it? Unfortunately, I seem to have been swept away by university deadlines, hospital appointments, copious amount of reading and an unexpected adventure in London! The past few months have been an adventure, for sure, with so many highs and lows that I can't believe it all happened in the… Continue reading What I Read in April 2019
Another year has been and gone, and with that, a lot of books have been read. Meaning it's time for me to get back to blogging and talk to you all (well write to you all) which were my stand out books of the year. Now I have seen many people make a top ten… Continue reading My Books of 2018
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