Hey readers! So this month I took part in a month long readathon called #EMOJIATHON Here are the emoji prompts that I managed to check off this month: Just a reminder before I go on to give … Continue reading Wrap Up | June/Emojiathon
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
The Autumn Reading Tag by Amy Jane Smith 1) Are there any books you plan on reading over the Autumn season? Well I am doing #spookathon so there will be some creepy spooky books for a week starting 17th Oct but besides that I am reading all the fantasy and adventure I can get my … Continue reading Autumn book tag!
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
We Were Liars E. Lockhart (Hot Key Books) SCORE 5/5 MY THOUGHTS: This book though. WAH! So... It's a good few days since I actually finished this book but it has taken me this long to process just how PERFECT it was. THERE WILL BE SPOILERY CHAT AHEAD... you've been warned. This book is stunning, it's … Continue reading Book Review #2
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