A couple of days ago I posted a little post that included a few YA films I would class as must-watch films. This was part of a two part post and this is going to be part two! I have even more YA films that I want to recommend! You can find part one of… Continue reading Must-Watch YA Films – Part Two
I have been loving doing these two part series in which I recommend some books or films based on a topic! My last series was all about Must-Read YA Contemporaries! This month I wanted to talk about and recommend some must-watch YA film! I love watching YA books get adapted into films and wanted… Continue reading Must-Watch YA Films – Part One
Today I am back once again with another of my new releases I'm excited about posts! October is another busy month when it comes to brand new Young Adult books. There is a lot of new releases this month that I am excited about and I cannot wait to give them all a read! Here… Continue reading October Releases I’m Excited For!
Hello! I have been back from Sicily for a few days and wanted to do a little reading recap from my holiday. It is safe to say I was very ambitious with the amount of books I thought I would get read on this holiday. I had 5 books in total on my holiday TBR… Continue reading What I Read on Holiday!
I have very recently come back from a lovely weeks holiday in Sicily with my boyfriend and his parents. I had never been to Sicily before, so I was extremely excited to see what the country would be like. I did a similar recap for my trip to Lanzarote and it is nice to look… Continue reading Trip to Sicily – Recap
Today is an exciting post! I won't ramble too much before it as the lovely Sarah for The Little Contemporary Corner, sums this post up nicely in her intro. We both recently co-read Naturally Tan by Tan France and we both adored it and want to review it on each others blogs. Mine will be… Continue reading Naturally Tan – Tan France (Guest Review)
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Jo Kwan is a teenager growing up in 1980s Coventry. She has an annoying little sister, a cool older brother, a series of extremely unlucky pets and and utterly bonkers parents! Jo lives above her parents'… Continue reading Chinglish – Sue Cheung