Last week, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By Its Cover and I launched Let's Talk YA and my first pick was the Beautiful Broken Things duology by Sara Banard. This is going to be a regular feature on my blog and I'm aiming to run it weekly, so today I've chosen the gritty, raw … Continue reading Let’s Talk YA #2
I saw this readathon, which is created and hosted by Kate from Reading Through Infinity and felt like giving myself a bit of a challenge this Easter weekend. Here's the board of prompts that Kate has created … Continue reading Easter Readathon TBR
It's been a while since my last Weekly Wrap-Up, but I'm making up for it today by briefly reviewing all the books I've read in the past two weeks. 1. The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas 💙 This was tense, taunt and heavily atmospheric. Compulsively readable with a great, flawed and intelligent protagonist. I found that I … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #9
A while ago, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By It's Cover and I shared some mutal fangirling over Enchantee on Twitter and this sparked a conversation about how we often just like and retweet bookish comments, istead of engaging. Eventually, this lead to the creation of a brand new feature that Emma and I are co-hosting, where we share a book, preferably UKYA, that's under-rated and try to start a conversation about it.
As always, this will be a working document that I will update throughout the month to track my progress. This month, I am also taking my O.W.L.S! The Magical Readathon was created by the amazing Book Roast and you can see her announcement video over at O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon 2019 Announcement. The task is to read … Continue reading O.W.L.S/April TBR
This month I read 18 books and smashed my March TBR! Top Books of the Month: Weekly Wrap-Ups: #5 #6 #7 #8 Reviews: King of Scars, Fierce Fragile Hearts and Two Can Keep A Secret The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Life Highlights: I was longlisted as Best Newcomer for the UKYABA Awards, which is just … Continue reading March Wrap-Up
This is my final wrap-up of the month, which is why this is slightly late, so my Monthly Wrap Up can contain all the books I've read. This week I read 4 books, but what did I think of them?