Anyone who has been reading my blog for a while will know that I have a real love for verse novels, so I was really excited to get my hands on an advance copy of Elizabeth Acevedo’s new YA novel, Clap When You Land.
I am excited to have Gill Stewart on my blog today, to celebrate the release of the second book in her Galloway Girls series, Gemma’s Not Sure.
April was quite a slow reading month for me, but the benefit of lockdown is that I have an opportunity to read all my big hardbacks that are too heavy to carry on my commute!
March was a bit of an unusual month, wasn’t it?! I think it’s only natural that out of the seven books I read in the month, three were funny, lighthearted YA. We all need a few laughs right now!
The Women’s Prize for Fiction longlist was announced this week. It’s a great prize and one of the few that I follow actively…
To celebrate World Book Day today, I’m taking part in a blog hop. Every half an hour, a different UK YA blogger is posting about the books that shaped their childhood years, and I’m really excited to share mine!
I read seven books in February, including a YA verse novel, an audiobook, a graphic memoir and a literary fiction debut.