How long does it take you to make a decision? Do you make a long pros and cons list or do you go with your gut?
There have been several articles in the last few weeks about the huge amount of books publishing on 3rd September this year…
I read eight books in August, including a collection of essays, a memoir, a YA contemporary, a rom-com and a novella full of rain!
July was a slightly slower reading month for me (at least compared to June!), but with some great books.
‘True Story’ is almost certainly unlike any other novel you’ve read. In theme and topic, it might be compared to books like ‘My Dark Vanessa’ by Kate Elizabeth Russell and Louise O’Neill’s harrowing ‘Asking for It’, but in style it is wholly unfamiliar.
Lockdown has driven many of us to a lot of Netflix binge watching! If you’re unsure what to watch next, why not try one of these adaptations of YA novels?
June was a great reading month for me. Here are the books I read in the second half of the month…
No Regrets is a fun summer read for fans of Sex and the City and Dawn O’Porter’s The Cows.
We’re halfway through 2020, so it’s time to round up my favourite books of the year so far. I’ve managed to narrow it down to just three, truly fantastic reads!
Blood Moon is almost certainly set to be one of my favourite YA novels of 2020.