Recently, I have started listening to audiobooks again. I used to listen to audiobooks whenever I had the chance but for a few reasons I just stopped listening to them. So, when I started to listen to them again recently it got me thinking about YA audiobooks that are well worth the listen. I wanted… Continue reading Audiobooks Worth a Listen – Part 1
Now, I am extremely late to reviewing this film, many months late. In fact I never normally review films but having watched To All the Boys I've Loved Before several times now I wanted to put all my thoughts into words. This film is adapted from the YA novel of the same name by Jenny… Continue reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before – Film Review
I am back again with another of my releases I’m excited about posts! May is once again another month of lots of brand new Young Adult books! I can't quite believe how many new releases we are being treated to this year! I am certainly excited for it! Here are the May releases I'm excited… Continue reading May Releases I’m Excited About!
Today is a bit of a special post! It is a wonderful guest post from the lovely Kimi! I hope you all enjoy part 2 of her Amsterdam Bookshop Hop! Hoi! Today is the second part of my Amsterdam Bookshop Hop, kindly hosted by my good pal Lois! My name’s Kimi, and I’m a bookseller… Continue reading Amsterdam Bookshop Hop! – Guest Post
On Sunday I went to the latest TEENSgate blogger event! I love going to these events because they are always a lot of fun, well organised and just a lovely way to spend your afternoon. This blogger event was themed around The Truth About Keeping Secrets by Savannah Brown! Here is my event recap! I… Continue reading TEENSgate Blogger Event Recap – April
I have not done a book tag in an awfully long time and I don't know why! I love taking part in book tags and they are always a lot of fun! So, when Sarah tagged me in the unpopular opinions book tag, I couldn't wait to answer the questions. Thank you to Sarah for… Continue reading Unpopular Opinions Book Tag!
Rumi Seto worries a lot because she doesn’t have the answer to everything. What should she eat, where should she go and who should she love? There is one thing that Rumi is 100% sure of though, that she wants to spend the rest of her life writing and performing music with her younger sister,… Continue reading Summer Bird Blue – Akemi Dawn Bowman