With 2019 drawing closer and closer I got thinking about my most anticipated books of 2019. I discovered I had a lot of anticipated books for the new year because of that I have split my list into two parts. Each part is going to have five of my most anticipated books of 2019. Here…… Continue reading Most Anticipated Books of 2019 – Part One
As it gets closer to Christmas and the days get colder I got thinking about the books that are perfect to read over the Christmas period. There is so many amazing books over there that incorporate Christmas in someway or another. There is nothing better than to curl up with a book over Christmas and…… Continue reading Perfect YA Books to Read at Christmas
I was planning on taking part in Blogmas this year and had it all planned out. I suddenly became ill last week after my vertigo flared up and I am still recovering from that. I don’t feel excellent and I am very tired at the minute. I will be posting a lot in December though,…… Continue reading November Goals Recap
How are we only one month away from 2019? November was a busy but quite calm month for me and I certainly needed it. After how busy I was in October I feel like I have been playing catch up all month! So, let’s get on with what happened in November. I read 6 books…… Continue reading What Happened in November?
November has been a long month! When I came to looking back on the books I had bought this month I was certain I had bought more. There wasn’t many new releases I wanted this month and I focused more on graphic novels rather than novels. Here is my November book haul! My Favourite Manson…… Continue reading November Book Haul
I recently started listening to the Heather soundtrack in preparation for the Westend soundtrack release. I also watched the movie over the weekend. I love them both and I wish I had had the chance to go and see the show in London before it closed! Hopefully there will be a next time. This quote…… Continue reading Heathers Quote!
Set in 2002, a year after 9/11, the world is a turbulent place but particularly for Shirin, a sixteen-year-old Muslim girl who is tired of being stereotyped. It never surprises Shirin the degrading comments, rude stares and even physical violence she must endure as a result of her race, religion and the hijab that she…… Continue reading A Very Large Expanse of Sea – Tahereh Mafi