Hello again! These last couple of weeks have really knocked me around and I've not had time (or mental capacity) to blog for the last week - my apologies to my lil' reading family on here 🙂 But here we go again: new week, new review. BOOK BLURB Nemesis (n.) 1) An opponent or rival … Continue reading The Hating Game – Sally Thorne | Review
I'm getting back on the horse with these reviews! A miserable weekend fuelled my reading fire, and I got a few little bookish things out of the way! I started on our Book Club read (with a week until we meet, this is probably the finest I've cut it!), made a whole lot of Lion … Continue reading Izzy + Tristan – Shannon Dunlap | Review
This has turned in to a year where my reading feels like it's going slowly, but when I look back at the months I'm actually keeping up pace pretty well! I am definitely behind on reviews but I'm struggling to find the time to write them some weeks. Do you ever have months where you … Continue reading Where’d You go Bernadette – Maria Semple | Review
I am slowly working my way through my backlog of Book Forest Crate books, and it's a little bittersweet as Bonnie closed up shop this month to pursue her university dreams! Which is both amazing and a little bit sad as it means my bi-monthly boxes of joy are no more! This beautiful book by Mira … Continue reading Everything Here is Beautiful – Mira T Lee | Review
Our first book club read of the year! This was one of those rare times we didn't have to vote on what book would be our next pick, because as soon as someone suggested it we all jumped in to say we all wanted to read it! A unanimous decision is always a joy, and … Continue reading Becoming – Michelle Obama | Review
I absolutely adore reading debut novels from authors as there's no expectation yet of what it should be. Anne Griffin's When All is Said was no exception, and given she's an Irish author (and the book is set in Ireland), I was ready to love it from page one... BOOK BLURB Five toasts. Five people. One … Continue reading When All Is Said – Anne Griffin | Review
It's no secret that The Hate U Give was one of my favourite reads of 2018, so when I saw that Thomas's second novel, On The Come Up was set for release in Feb 2019 I was itching to get my hands on a copy. Read my review here!