• WWW Wednesday

    WWW Wednesday – 08/07/2020

    WWW WednesdayHey guys. I’m back with another WWW Wednesday post, where I share with you what I’m reading! WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer these three questions: 1) What are you currently reading? 2) What did you recently finish reading? 3) What do you think you’ll read next?

    This is going to be a quick post this week, I got distracted all evening by reading.


  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: The Rules by Tracy Darnton (Guest Post)

    The Rules The Rules by Tracy Darnton
    Genre: Contemporary
    Published by: Little Tiger
    Pages: 304
    Release date: 09/07/2020
    Summary: A gripping thriller from WATERSTONES CHILDREN’S BOOK PRIZE-SHORTLISTED Tracy Darnton, author of THE TRUTH ABOUT LIES.

    Amber’s an expert when it comes to staying hidden – she’s been trained her whole life for it. But what happens when the person you’re hiding from taught you everything you know?

    When a letter from her dad arrives, Amber knows she’s got to move – and fast. He’s managed to find her and she knows he’ll stop at nothing to draw her back into the extreme survivalist way of life he believes in.

    All of a sudden the Rules she’s spent so long trying to escape are the ones keeping her safe. But for how long?


  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Imprisoned by Love by C.S. Brahams (Guest Post)

    Imprisoned by Love

    Title: Imprisoned by Love 
    Author: C. S. Brahams
    Release Date: 7th July 2020
    Genre: Psychological Thriller
    Page Count: 282
    Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
    Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54362073-imprisoned-by-love 
    Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Imprisoned-Love-C-S-Brahams/dp/1913340821
    Summary: Deputy head teacher, Sophie Boswell, is back from Croatia and set to tackle the new academic year at her independent school in London. As the term unfolds, Sophie’s husband Michael’s increasingly erratic behaviour begins to take its toll on her. Everything is in a state of flux. Sophie’s world is no longer safe. How will she cope with Michael’s confusion and violence at home while maintaining authority and dignity at work?

    Imprisoned by Love is a compelling story about living with dementia. The author’s debut novel provides an arresting insight into the uncomfortable realities of balancing love and duty. With her many years in the teaching profession, C.S. Brahams is all too aware of the problems teachers face keeping up appearances in the classroom whilst compartmentalising their personal struggles. In the past, the author was deeply affected by a significant trauma which left her emotionally labile; it was this strain of maintaining authority on the surface whilst drowning beneath it that made her want to explore someone’s mental health whilst dealing with a personal crisis at home.


  • Reviews

    Review: Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

    Let's Talk About LoveLet’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann
    Genre: Contemporary
    Published by: Swoon Reads
    Pages: 277
    Release date: 28/05/2020
    Rating: ★★★★★
    Trigger warnings:
    Summary: Alice had her whole summer planned. Nonstop all-you-can-eat buffets while marathoning her favorite TV shows (best friends totally included) with the smallest dash of adulting—working at the library to pay her share of the rent. The only thing missing from her perfect plan? Her girlfriend (who ended things when Alice confessed she’s asexual). Alice is done with dating—no thank you, do not pass go, stick a fork in her, done.

    But then Alice meets Takumi and she can’t stop thinking about him or the rom com-grade romance feels she did not ask for (uncertainty, butterflies, and swoons, oh my!).

    When her blissful summer takes an unexpected turn and Takumi becomes her knight with a shiny library-employee badge (close enough), Alice has to decide if she’s willing to risk their friendship for a love that might not be reciprocated—or understood.


  • Stacking the shelves,  Book Haul

    Stacking the Shelves: My Favourite New Purchase – 05/07/2020

    Hey guys. Today I am bringing you this weeks Stacking the Shelves. Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality. All you have to do is share what books you got in the previous week. You can find more information here. I’m actually going to start doing it a bit differently. From now on I’m just going to highlight one book I got during the week that I’m really excited about. So read on to see the book I am excited about this week.


  • Discussion

    We Made A New Booktube Account!

    Hey guys. Today I wanted to tell you about the Booktube channel that I recently made with Faye and Beth! I have been wanting to make a Booktube channel for a while, but I have always been to scared, so making one with my friends seemed like a good way around that fear. We have had our channel for about a month now and I have been really enjoying it.


  • Reviews

    Review: Wonderland by Juno Dawson

    WonderlandWonderland by Juno Dawson
    Genre: Contemporary
    Published by: Quercus
    Pages: 286
    Release date: 28/05/2020
    Rating: ★★★★☆
    Trigger warnings: Mental health, self harm, suicide, sexual assault, drug use, murder
    Summary: Alice lives in a world of stifling privilege and luxury – but none of it means anything when your own head plays tricks on your reality. When her troubled friend Bunny goes missing, Alice becomes obsessed with finding her. On the trail of her last movements, Alice discovers a mysterious invitation to ‘Wonderland’: the party to end all parties – three days of hedonistic excess to which only the elite are welcome.

    Will she find Bunny there? Or is this really a case of finding herself? Because Alice has secrets of her own, and ruthless socialite queen Paisley Hart is determined to uncover them, whatever it takes.

    Alice is all alone, miles from home and without her essential medication. She can trust no-one, least of all herself, and now she has a new enemy who wants her head…

    A searing exploration of mental health, gender and privilege, from the most addictive YA novelist in the UK today.


  • Reviews

    Review: Margot & Me by Juno Dawson

    Margot & MeMargot & Me by Juno Dawson
    Genre: Contemporary
    Published by: Hot Key Books
    Pages: 401
    Release date: 26/01/2017
    Rating: ★★★★☆
    Summary: How can you hate someone in the present and love them in the past?

    Fliss’s mum needs peace and quiet to recuperate from a long illness, so they both move to the countryside to live with Margot, Fliss’s stern and bullying grandmother. Life on the farm is tough and life at school is even tougher, so when Fliss unearths Margot’s wartime diary she sees an opportunity to get her own back.

    But Fliss soon discovers Margot’s life during the evacuation was full of adventure, mystery … and even passion. What’s more, she learns a terrible secret that could tear her whole family apart…


  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Fix by Lily Temperley

    Title: Fix: Sex, Lies and Banking 
    Author: Lily Temperley
    Release Date: 7th June 2014 (But released with a new cover)
    Genre: Romance
    Page Count: 218
    Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
    Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23785609-fix 
    Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fix-Lies-Banking-Lily-Temperley/dp/190947701X
    Summary: What’s love got to do with it? Patrick Harrington is handsome, wealthy and successful. He is also a high-functioning addict that craves his next fix. His vices of choice are money and women: taking risks at work and pursuing multiple sexual conquests. Determined to get what he wants, as he always does, Harrington fixates on Alexandra Fisher – the latest pretty young thing in his office.