I recently got myself a TBR Cart! I have never had anywhere to store my book or show off my books before so you can imagine my joy when I got to display some of my beautiful books in my TBR cart! I wanted to a little tour of what is on my TBR cart… Continue reading TBR Cart Tour
After a year of college, Pablo is working late nights at his local twenty-four-hour deli. He's dodging calls from the student loan office and has no idea what to do next. Leanna Smart's life so far has been nothing but success. Aged 8 she was a Disney Mouseketeer, aged 15 she had her first #1… Continue reading Permanent Record – Mary H. K Choi
I am back once again with another film review. If you didn't know already I have recently been watching a YA film adaptation each month and then reviewing it. This month I watched Midnight Sun, which was actually adapted from a film into a YA novel of the same name by Trisha Cook. I have… Continue reading Midnight Sun – Film Review
A couple of weeks ago I attended an event which I have been looking forward to for a little while now. That event was the Holly Bourne, The Places I've Cried in Public event at Waterstones Manchester Deansgate. It was such a wonderful event and I wanted to do a little recap of it all,… Continue reading The Places I’ve Cried in Public – Book Event Recap
October has been another very busy and hectic month for me, it has had its big ups and it has had its big downs. I will go into more detail throughout this post! Here is what happened in October! I have read quite a few books throughout October and I am extremely happy with what… Continue reading What Happened in October?
I am back once again with another film review. If you didn't already know I have been watching a YA film adaptation every month and then reviewing it. This month I watched The Miseducation of Cameron Post! This is a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Emily M. Danforth. I have… Continue reading The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Film Review
It has been eighteen months since the Raxter School for Girls was put under quarantine. It started slow at first, teachers died one by one, then it began to infect the students, turning their bodies strange and foreign. Now they are cut off from the world and fending for themselves, the girls don't wander outside… Continue reading Wilder Girls – Rory Power