Last month, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By Its Cover and I launched Let’s Talk YA. You can check out the first, second, third fourth books I’ve previously recommended, all of which are incredible UKYA books that I think need to be shouted about more. Today, I'm discussing the brilliant I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman. Content … Continue reading Let’s Talk YA #5
So, while I'm working on my massive (and late) November Wrap-Up, I decided to fill day 4 of 18 days of 2018 with a fun little post. I'm using books off my TBR to spell out Merry Christmas, as I've seen other blogs use this same tactic to spell out different words. I am also … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
It's day 3 of my 18 Days of 2018 feature and if you missed the last two parts, you can find them here and here. Today, I'm sharing 18 books I've read this year that have what I consider to be good mental health representation. My criteria for this is that it isn't the defining characteristic of the … Continue reading 18 Books With Great Mental Health Representation
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week's prompt is Popular Books That Lived Up To The Hype. So, without further ado, here's my ten choices for this week, which I thought not only lived up to but exceeded the hype: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi Six of Crows … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 31st July
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week's theme is Best Books I've Read in 2018. I'm up to 173 books on my Goodreads challenge for this year, so it took a long time to cut my favourites down to just ten, but I did it after a lot of deliberating and … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 10th July
So, as it's Pride Month, I thought I'd do a list of 18 books that contain LGBT+ themes or are ownvoices to celebrate Pride 2018. The post ended up looking overwhelming, so I've split it up into six parts, each with 3 books in. I'll post a new one every day until the end of … Continue reading 18 Books For Pride 2018 Part 1