* I was sent a copy of Cold Bath Street in exchange for an honest review, all opinions stated in this review are my own.* I think anyone would agree after studying an intense course on Gothic literature for the past five months would mean that picking up another Gothic novel may not be a… Continue reading Blog Tour: Cold Bath Street By A.J Hartley
I'm really excited that my comeback to blogging after completing so many university assignments is this! I received a copy of I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman in exchange for an honest review (coming soon) and the opportunity to take part in this blog tour! Whenever I'm reading I need music, I feel… Continue reading I Was Born For This #YAPlaylist
Woah, what a month April has been, a month filled with emotions and a lot of things happening - the Easter holidays being one thing I thoroughly enjoyed. I really enjoyed the holidays because it meant I got to see my two best friends from home, but also it gave me the opportunity to catch on… Continue reading April 2018.
I haven't posted or wrote in so long. I think it may actually be killing me, but I have so much university work which needs to be done first, and I know once that is done then I get to spend more time here on my blog. Which is why I thought today I would… Continue reading #SixforSunday Favourite Places to Read
Trigger Warnings: Clean as a novel is full of triggers throughout, involving addiction, self-harm, drugs, substance abuse and so much more. I urge anyone who may be triggered to be careful reading this review and if you pick up Clean. Don't be afraid to put it down or click on this review. Disclaimer: I received this… Continue reading Getting Clean is a Dirty Business
I may or may not have forgotten to write up this post in advance, but clearly, that means March was a very busy month for me - which it was! Technically I'm still recovering from the assortment of bugs and illnesses which I gathered throughout January and February but I'm getting there slowly. Very slowly… Continue reading Month of March
If you've been on Twitter recently then you will have seen myself and fellow #NorthernBookBloggers tweeting about a very exciting event which is happening tomorrow! The first Northern YA Literary Festival, which is being hosted by the University of Central Lancashire's BA in Publishing Programme along with the people at Waterstones Preston and Lancashire Libraries!… Continue reading Q&A with Lauren James ~ The Northern YA Literary Festival