Hey guys, I've recently read No filter by Orlagh Collins and really enjoyed it - a story about young/first love, family, school drama and friendship. Emerald or Em moves to Ireland to stay with her Grandma for the summer as her Dad is busy with a case and her Mum is in rehab for alcohol abuse.… Continue reading No Filter
Hello everybody, today I'm talking about Freshers by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison. This book was so fitting for me as I'm hoping to go to uni this September (awaiting A-level results ) and I liked the fact that it was very light-hearted and yet discussed things such a's homesickness that many people experience… Continue reading Freshers
Hello everyvody, today I thought I'd rank my top 3 book genres and give a fee examples of the books I reccomend within the genre. Also, bear in mind that genres can cross over; fantasy novels can include a sub-plot of romance and likewise with other genres too. 1. Romance Romance books are great because… Continue reading My Favourite Book Genres
Hello everybody, today I thought I'd delve a bit deeper into my love of books. I've loved reading from a young age, I used to make up stories to accompany my picture books and entertain myself like that for hours as a toddler.And ever since, the hobby of reading has stuck! Reading has proven to be… Continue reading Why Do I Read?
First of all I want to start this review by saying this book was amazing!!! Seeing as tomorrow (2nd May) is when Sarah J Maas' third book in this series, book A Court of Wings and Ruin is coming out, it's a good time to review this book. And I can honestly say it did… Continue reading A Court Of Mist And Fury