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
I'm back again with another monthly bullet journal set-up! This month is another busy one for me which meant I needed a good monthly set-up so I don't lose track of anything! I am not the biggest fan of this months theme but I also don't mind it too much. I'm hoping May's set-up turns… Continue reading April Bullet Journal Set-Up
I can't quite believe how well I did in March sticking to my book buying goal! I made a promise to myself at the start of the March that I would only spend £30 on book throughout the March. Not only did I stick to this goal, I didn't even spend £30! I only bought… Continue reading March Book Haul
Last month I wrote a post about all the books I read in February alongside mini reviews of how I found the books! I liked being able to talk about the books I wouldn't be reviewing fully in a post rater than just sharing the rating I gave them in my monthly wrap-up! I wanted… Continue reading What I read in March!
Almost two weeks ago I attended the Northern YA Literary Festival in Preston! It was a full day event packed with books, authors and friends. I had such a wonderful time at the event last year so as soon as the date was announced for 2019 I was signed up to attend! I had even… Continue reading NYA Lit Fest 2019 – Event Recap
Vetty us about to move back to London and all that is on her mind is seeing Pez again. When the pair were younger, they were inseparable, they roamed the city together and shared everything. The thing is that everyone is telling her that it'll be different now. Is it possible for a boy and… Continue reading All the Invisible Things – Orlagh Collins
The other day I posted about some LGBTQ+ YA books and I shared 5 books I love for their LGBTQ+ characters or story lines. LGBTQ+ characters and story lines in Young Adult fiction has been something that we are starting to see a lot more of than in previous years. This has been after a… Continue reading LGBTQ+ in YA – Part Two