I feel as though this is going to be a monthly feature for me to share with you what my bullet journal set-up for the month is and to be honest I love sharing it! This month’s design is my least favourite of the year so far, I’m not entirely sure why but I’m just…… Continue reading March Bullet Journal Set-Up
I went book shopping a lot in February (I mean when don’t I!) and wanted to shared a book haul including all of the books that I bought in February! I am going to stick with the format I did for last months book haul in which I talked a little about when I bought the books…… Continue reading February Book Haul
February has been a good month for me in many ways! I have spent time with friends, interviewed authors been to events and read a lot of books. I hope I keep this up in March! Here is what happened in February! I have had such a wonderful reading month and I cannot get over…… Continue reading What Happened in February?
I know it is not the end of the month just yet but I am certain I won’t be reading any more books before the end of the month. I normally discuss what I have read in the month in my monthly wrap-up post but I just include titles and ratings. I thought I would…… Continue reading What I Read in February!
I recently attended a in conversation event with Simon James Green and Lev Rosen, which I posted a recap of, which you can find here. Before this event began I had the chance to interview Simon and Lev. They were both so lovely and this is easily one of my favourite interviews I have ever…… Continue reading Question Time with L.C Rosen and Simon James Green
Starr is sixteen-years-old and lives in two different worlds. One being the poor neighbourhood where she was born and raised. The other is her posh high school in the suburbs. The uneasy balance she has between the two worlds is shattered when Starr is the only witness to the fatal shooting of her unarmed best…… Continue reading The Hate U give – Angie Thomas
On Friday I posted about Inclusiveness in YA and shared 5 books I feel are inclusive. Inclusiveness in Young Adult fiction has been a topic of conversation for a long time now and I have always been interesting in the topic. Here is part one of a two-part post series all about inclusiveness in YA.…… Continue reading Inclusiveness in YA – Part Two