Trigger warnings: sexual assault, rape, emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexism, obsessive behaviour. gaslighting, stalking and biphobia Today is quite a special post, as it is my first ever blog tour! Tomorrow, the heart-breaking, wonderful I Hold your Heart by Karen Gregory is officially released and I'm honoured to be reviewing it. Thank you to Faye Rogers … Continue reading I Hold Your Heart
I am so excited for all the books I want to read the month, with some amazing new releases, exciting ARCs and a re-read of one of my favourite books. Of course, it's YALC month and it's my first time going; I'm literals counting down the days. As always, this will be a working document … Continue reading July TBR
This was a quieter month for me in terms of blogging, due to some personal issues and so, this will be quite a short wrap-up. However I did celebrate my first blogiversary, which was a really nice way of reflecting on the progress of this blog, completed my TBR, read 23 books and reviewed Summer Bird Blue. … Continue reading June Wrap-Up and Haul
As ever, it's been a while since my last weekly wrap-up (I should really change the name), but I'm hoping to make these more regular from now on. I'll be reviewing all the books I've read recently in around fifty words or less, but honestly, they've all been excellent. 1. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J Maas … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #16
This month has been such a hectic and exhausting one for me in so many ways, which is why I haven't been posting as much. Essentially, personal stuff has got in the way a fair bit, not really leaving much time for blogging. Never fear, I've got a lot of content coming next month that … Continue reading A Short Book Lover Turns One!
It's been quite a while since my last wrap up, so I have quite a few books to discuss today! As always, I'll be reviewing each of my recent reads in fifty words or less. 1. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas I'm so nearly finished with this infamous series and I'm enjoying it, though … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #15
Trigger warnings: car accident, sibling death, grief, panic attacks, drowning I loved Starfish last year and was eagerly anticipating Bowman's second book, knowing about her beautiful writing style and raw, honest discussion of dark issues. But did Summer Bird Blue live up to my expectations? Synopsis: Rumi Seto spends a lot of time worrying she doesn’t have the … Continue reading Summer Bird Blue