DiversityBingo2017 update

As you may remember I am participating in a year-long reading challenge called #DiversityBingo2017 - the aim is to read at least one book that fulfils the prompts on all 36 spaces on the bingo card. I thought I would do a mid year update on how far I've got as well as what books … Continue reading DiversityBingo2017 update

ARC REVIEW: Timekeeper by Tara Sim

 Tara Sim's debut novel Timekeeper is much alike this drawing I found on google image search... an intricate, beautiful and mysterious piece of art that tells a story of clock towers in stormy London... "Two o’clock was missing. In an alternate Victorian world controlled by clock towers, a damaged clock can fracture time—and a destroyed … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Timekeeper by Tara Sim

Where I’ve Been… (a non-bookish update)

Hey lovely people, So after an enthusiastic start to my blog you may have noticed that I disappeared for a few months, and that really sucked! The honest truth is that I've been really ill for the past few months 😦 Since I was a nerdy pre-teen I've always been sickly and constantly tired, but … Continue reading Where I’ve Been… (a non-bookish update)


All the Bright Places Jennifer Niven (Penguin UK) SCORE 5/5 MY THOUGHTS: I read this book over christmas and my family basically didn't get any conversation out of me because I was just buried in this book for a week. It was amazing.This book is a dual perspective story of two kids in high school. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW #1