I recently got the opportunity to interview Tyrell Johnson, who has just released his debut novel in the UK, The Wolves of Winter. I loved this book and reviewed it immediately, you can find my review here. I had a lot of questions to ask Tyrell after I had finished the book, here are those…… Continue reading Question Time with Tyrell Johnson
I was planning on taking part in Blogmas this year and had it all planned out. I suddenly became ill last week after my vertigo flared up and I am still recovering from that. I don’t feel excellent and I am very tired at the minute. I will be posting a lot in December…… Continue reading November Goals Recap
How are we only one month away from 2019? November was a busy but quite calm month for me and I certainly needed it. After how busy I was in October I feel like I have been playing catch up all month! So, let’s get on with what happened in November. I read 6 books…… Continue reading What Happened in November?
In bleak Yukon, Canada Lynn McBride is surviving after society has collapsed, thanks to a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone though, her mother, brother, uncle and a couple of others live in a small settlement and rely on their hunting skills to survive. Whilst out hunting one day she…… Continue reading The Wolves of Winter – Tyrell Jonhston
November has been a long month! When I came to looking back on the books I had bought this month I was certain I had bought more. There wasn’t many new releases I wanted this month and I focused more on graphic novels rather than novels. Here is my November book haul! My Favourite Manson…… Continue reading November Book Haul
I recently started listening to the Heather soundtrack in preparation for the Westend soundtrack release. I also watched the movie over the weekend. I love them both and I wish I had had the chance to go and see the show in London before it closed! Hopefully there will be a next time. This quote…… Continue reading Heathers Quote!
Set in 2002, a year after 9/11, the world is a turbulent place but particularly for Shirin, a sixteen-year-old Muslim girl who is tired of being stereotyped. It never surprises Shirin the degrading comments, rude stares and even physical violence she must endure as a result of her race, religion and the hijab that she…… Continue reading A Very Large Expanse of Sea – Tahereh Mafi