I have done so much throughout the month of March. I has felt like such a long month but it has been excellent. I spent time with friends and family, attended book events and went to a lot of concerts! Here is what happened in March! I have had another pretty good reading month. I didn't… Continue reading What Happened in March?
Last month I wrote a post about all the books I read in February alongside mini reviews of how I found the books! I liked being able to talk about the books I wouldn't be reviewing fully in a post rater than just sharing the rating I gave them in my monthly wrap-up! I wanted… Continue reading What I read in March!
Almost two weeks ago I attended the Northern YA Literary Festival in Preston! It was a full day event packed with books, authors and friends. I had such a wonderful time at the event last year so as soon as the date was announced for 2019 I was signed up to attend! I had even… Continue reading NYA Lit Fest 2019 – Event Recap
Vetty us about to move back to London and all that is on her mind is seeing Pez again. When the pair were younger, they were inseparable, they roamed the city together and shared everything. The thing is that everyone is telling her that it'll be different now. Is it possible for a boy and… Continue reading All the Invisible Things – Orlagh Collins
The other day I posted about some LGBTQ+ YA books and I shared 5 books I love for their LGBTQ+ characters or story lines. LGBTQ+ characters and story lines in Young Adult fiction has been something that we are starting to see a lot more of than in previous years. This has been after a… Continue reading LGBTQ+ in YA – Part Two
LGBTQ+ characters and story lines in Young Adult fiction has been something that we are starting to see a lot more of than in previous years. This has been after a long time of so many people campaigning and writing to make sure we see more LGBTQ+ characters in books. I wanted to write a… Continue reading LGBTQ+ in YA – Part One
Sydney lives in a small Ohio town where her dad was the only psychiatrist for miles before he unexpectedly died. Could Sydney be crazy in thinking that her day, a man whose entire job revolved around other peoples' secrets, crashed his car along with no explanation? Also, why is June Copeland, the homecoming queen and… Continue reading The Truth About Keeping Secrets – Savannah Brown