A couple of weeks ago I attended an event which I have been looking forward to for a little while now. That event was the Holly Bourne, The Places I've Cried in Public event at Waterstones Manchester Deansgate. It was such a wonderful event and I wanted to do a little recap of it all,… Continue reading The Places I’ve Cried in Public – Book Event Recap
Amelie loved Reese. She though he loved her. She is now starting to realise love isn't supposed to hurt like this. So, Amelie is retracing their story and untangling what happened by revisiting all the places that made her cry. If she works out what went wrong, perhaps she can finally learn to get over… Continue reading The Places I’ve Cried in Public – Holly Bourne
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!
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Every year, Summer begins when the Callahans arrive on Mariposa Island. That is when Elena Finney gets to escape her unstable an controlling mother by babysitting the Callahan's two children. The summer of 1986 promises to… Continue reading The Liars – Jennifer Mathieu
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Melinda is a friendless, outcast all because she bust an end-of-summer party, by calling the cops, so now no one will talk to her, let alone speak to her. As time passes, she becomes increasingly isolated… Continue reading Speak – Laurie Halse Anderson
I am back once again with another film review. If you didn't already know I have been watching a YA film adaptation every month and then reviewing it. This month I watched The Miseducation of Cameron Post! This is a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Emily M. Danforth. I have… Continue reading The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Film Review
It has been eighteen months since the Raxter School for Girls was put under quarantine. It started slow at first, teachers died one by one, then it began to infect the students, turning their bodies strange and foreign. Now they are cut off from the world and fending for themselves, the girls don't wander outside… Continue reading Wilder Girls – Rory Power