Hola amigos! It is time for my 2021 in books round up. Get yourself a cup of tea and get comfy! I might be here a while, ha! **2021 READING STATS** NUMBER OF BOOKS YOU READ: 163 (I think!)NUMBER OF RE-READS: 0GENRE YOU READ THE MOST FROM: FANTASY 1. BEST BOOK YOU READ IN 2021? … Continue reading ThursTAG: 2021 in books… a freak out!
BLOG TOUR: Sita Brahmachari
Good morning! I have an utter joy for you all today! To celebrate the release of her brand new book, When Shadows Fall, Sita Brahmachari is here today to talk to you all about her ideal dinner party: guests AND food!! Kai, Orla and Zak grew up together, their days spent on the patch of … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Sita Brahmachari
BLOG TOUR: Shappi Khorsandi
Kissing Emma: a story full of fight, falling and family Emma and her mother are down on their luck. They're taking turns sleeping on the sofa in her nan's tiny flat - and desperately trying to come up with an escape plan. Emma is struggling with her family, struggling at school where the girls are bitchy … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Shappi Khorsandi
BOOK BLOG: YAY YA round up!
Morning everyone! I’m back today with some more mini reviews of some of my recent YA reads. I've read a few YA books recently that I properly enjoyed and I think it's time that I spoke about them! These are YA books that need space in your life and on my blog. This blog features … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: YAY YA round up!
June in books
Good morning everyone! Apologies for my quietness around here recently. We've reached the exhausted time of year and there's still 2 weeks to go as I write this - I am just in a permanent state of exhausted and just existing is taking all of my energy (I wish that was an exaggeration, ha). I've … Continue reading June in books
BLOG TOUR: Luke Palmer
Good morning! I have the utter joy of kicking off the Grow blog tour today! The brilliant author, Luke Palmer, is here to take over the blog! Grow A white supremacist group and its violent leader targets teenage Josh, who is struggling to cope with his father's recent death at the hands of terrorists. Will … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Luke Palmer
May in books
Good morning! IT’S WRAP UP TIME! May has been, gone and left us all in its wake. We are already well into June! The sun is shining (WOOHOO) and there is joy to be had! I continued to have a very productive May thanks to a half term holiday and honestly, it was what my … Continue reading May in books
BOOK BLOG: Jeffrey Boakye
Musical Truth: just blew me away Lord Kitchener, Neneh Cherry, Smiley Culture, Stormzy . . . Groundbreaking musicians whose songs have changed the world. But how? This exhilarating playlist tracks some of the key shifts in modern British history, and explores the emotional impact of 28 songs and the artists who performed them. This book … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Jeffrey Boakye
Mini reviews: the one with the YA books
Morning guys! I’m here with another edition of my mini reviews… today’s edition is a special edition edition because I’ve got a handful of YA books that I thought I’d share some quick reviews of! I got to read some brilliant YA books during Viperthon and I need to shout about them from the heavens! … Continue reading Mini reviews: the one with the YA books
April in books
Good morning! IT’S WRAP UP TIME! April has been, gone and left us all in its wake. We are now steam rolling into May! The sun is shining (sometimes) and there is joy to be had! I had a pretty productive reading month in April because of Viperthon! IN APRIL, I READ 16 BOOKS I … Continue reading April in books