Hello! I have been back from Sicily for a few days and wanted to do a little reading recap from my holiday. It is safe to say I was very ambitious with the amount of books I thought I would get read on this holiday. I had 5 books in total on my holiday TBR… Continue reading What I Read on Holiday!
Today is an exciting post! I won't ramble too much before it as the lovely Sarah for The Little Contemporary Corner, sums this post up nicely in her intro. We both recently co-read Naturally Tan by Tan France and we both adored it and want to review it on each others blogs. Mine will be… Continue reading Naturally Tan – Tan France (Guest Review)
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Jo Kwan is a teenager growing up in 1980s Coventry. She has an annoying little sister, a cool older brother, a series of extremely unlucky pets and and utterly bonkers parents! Jo lives above her parents'… Continue reading Chinglish – Sue Cheung
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Tabitha, Elodie and Moe; a beauty queen, a wallflower and a burnout. The most unlikely trio of high school girls that is very rarely seen. When they all meet in a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, Tabitha challenges… Continue reading Trinkets – Kirsten Smith
I have been loving doing these two part series in which I recommend some books based on a topic! My last series was all about Graphic Novels You Need to Read! This month I wanted t talk about and recommend some must-read YA contemporaries! Contemporary is my favourite YA genre to read and talk about so… Continue reading Must-Read YA Contemporaries! – Part One
I can't believe July is almost over already! This month has completely flown by and I have done a lot this month, but not a lot of reading. I have been so busy this month, starting a new job, attending YALC and life has just been very bust this month. So, I haven't read anywhere… Continue reading What I Read in July!
Alex has just been abandoned by his two best friends for the duration of the summer and is unsure of what to do. So, when he unexpectedly lands a part-time job at Wonderland, a run-down amusement arcade on the Newsands seafront and gets to know the other teen misfits who work there, he comes out… Continue reading Alex in Wonderland – Simon James Green