I love having exciting posts on my blog and this is certainly one of those! This week Jenny Downham, the author of Furious Thing, is celebrating the release of her book with a jam-packed blog tour. Today is my turn to host Jenny Downham on the blog to share a guest post. Today's post is all about women's anger in Furious Thing. Be sure to check out the other posts on this blog tour because they are all insightful and interesting!
I'm so glad that February is a short month because it has been a rather boring one. I've not done much this month and I've not read much either. Throughout February I have read a total of 5 books which isn't the best for me. So, I am back with another what I've read this month post! I have some thoughts I wanted to share on the books I read in February. This year I have added a section to each of these posts about my reading statistics. Here is a little post that is full of mini reviews for the books I read in February!
Recently, whilst I had nothing to do and was not in the mood for reading, I decided to get creative. This normally means I pick a quote from a book I've loved recently and get designing. So, this is exactly what I did!
Tom's family have moved into their dream home. But pretty soon he starts to notice that something is very wrong - there are strange messages written on the wall and locks on the bedroom doors. On the OUTSIDE. The previous owners have moved just across the road and they seem like the perfect family. Their daughter Amy is beautiful and enigmatic but Tom is sure she's got something to hide. And he isn't going to stop until he finds the truth behind those locked doors. . .
Will my TBR ever end? Nope, because I am forever adding books to it daily! I love finding out all about new books that are being releases, even if my TBR is not, and I get so excited to see them out in the world. There are so many amazing new books coming out in… Continue reading New Book Releases I’m Excited For – March
Would I really be me if I did not post a film review for Always and Forever? I've posted reviews for both To All the Boys and P.S I Still Love You before, so it only seems fitting to commemorate the ending of the series with a final film review. As I am writing this I am just starting my 4th watch through of the film (it has only been 2 days, HELP ME!), so as you can tell I'm quite obsessed with this series and movie. Here is my review!
Today is finally the day, it is the day we finally get to watch the last instalment in the To All the Boys series film adaptation! I cannot wait to watch it and I imagine as this goes live I will just be sitting down to watch it (I'll be posting a review soon). I recently re-read the final book ahead of the film and a certain quote stuck out to me more than others. So, I thought I’d mess around designing and see what I could create.
A couple of months ago, I shared what was on my Netgalley shelf. Of course since I posted that I have made my way through a number of the books that were on there and have added even more to it. There have been so many incredible books on my Netgalley shelf over the years and it is a place I've found so many new authors. Here is what is currently on my Netgalley shelf / TBR!
I love a good book tag. They always make me think, I have a lot of fun writing them and love seeing other people's answers. So, when I was the 'I Should Have Read That' book tag over on Books Nest I knew I had to give it a go. Here is the 'I Should Have Read That' book tag!
Alex is a rebel from the tip of her purple fauxhawk to the toes of her biker boots. She's tried everything she can think of to get expelled from her strict Catholic boarding school. Nothing has worked so far - but now, Alex has a new plan. Tired of the sexism she sees in every corner of St Mary's, Alex decides to stage the school's first ever production of The Vagina Monologues. Which is going to be a challenge, as no one else at St Mary's can even bear to say the word 'vagina' out loud . . .