Hello all! Hope you are all well and keeping safe. I am back with another what I read this month post! In April I read a grand total of 12 books and I can’t quite believe it. I started out April in a massive reading slump but on the 10th it was like something in… Continue reading What I Read in April!
Would I really be me if I didn't post a film review of P.S I Still Love You. When this goes live it will have been out for over 2 weeks and I am sure I will have watched it over and over again. As I am writing this it has been out 4 days… Continue reading To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You – Film Review
I love reading and I love all the different ways in which you can read. One of my favourite ways to consume a book is through audio. I love being about to do work, tidying and other hobbies all whilst listening to a book. So, I thought for my next two part post I would… Continue reading To All the Audio Books I’ve Loved Before – Part 1
Kat wants to be a good feminist, but she isn't always sure about what that mean. She also wants to be a good writer, be with Hot Josh, win at her coursework and not make a total embarrassment of herself all the time. But the path to true feminism is filled with mortifying incidents and… Continue reading Diary of a Confused Feminist – Kate Weston
Thank you to the publisher, Rock the Boat, for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In a house used to sweeping problems under the carpet, seventeen-year-old Izzy feels silenced. When her safety grows uncertain, Izzy knows three things are for sure. She knows not to tell her mum… Continue reading The Sky is Mine – Amy Beashel
Guess who is back with her final two part series of 2019! It's me and I cannot believe we are nearly in 2020, but 2020 means so many more new books to read! There is so many books coming out in 2020 and so many of them I am beyond excited about. I wanted to… Continue reading Most Anticipated 2020 Releases! – Part One
Jonathan Van Ness grew up in a small Midwestern town that didn't quite understand why he was so over the top. JVN was an easy target and endured years of judgement, ridicule and trauma all because he was gay, but none of it crushed his unique and effervescent spirit. JVN's memoir Over the Top uncovers… Continue reading Over the Top – Jonathan Van Ness
I can’t quite believe it that October is almost over. It has really been one of those blink and you'll miss it months. I have done an awful lot this month and this include quite a lot of reading! I also turned 22 this month (how did that happen)! Here is what I read in… Continue reading What I Read in October!
I have been loving doing these two part series in which I recommend some books or films based on a topic! My last series was all about Must-Watch YA Films! This month I wanted to talk about and recommend some must-read sci-fi and dystopian YA books! I love reading sci-fi and dystopian novels and wanted to… Continue reading Must Read Sci-Fi/Dystopian YA – Part One
September has been another very busy and hectic month for me, I can't believe how busy I have actually been this month! I will go into more detail throughout this post! Here is what happened in September! I have read quite a few books throughout September and I am extremely happy with what books I… Continue reading What Happened in September?