The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary | Book review

The Book: The Flatshare by Beth O'LearyPages: 400Publisher: Quercus BooksPublication Date: 18th April 2019 I'm super excited to talk about this book today! I received a proof of The Flatshare through Netgalley, and I'm supes excited because *spoiler*, I bloody loved it. The premise of The Flatshare is simple. Leon is a nurse that works …

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Frank Turner event in London | Try This At Home book tour

So, I want to chat about something a little different today! Usually, I'm all up in everyone's grill chatting about what YA fiction I've been reading. But today, I want to chat about some non-fiction - specifically, non-fiction related to my absolute fave, Frank Turner. Frank Turner's music has meant a lot to me for …

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Diversity isn’t a fad | The decline of YA book sales

Hi everyone! Today, I wanted to talk about an article that was doing the rounds on Twitter a month or so ago. It's taken me a while to really think about the issue, and consider what it was saying. The article was published by The Bookseller, but as it's subscriber only content, this article published by …

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The ‘I Should Have Read That Book’ Tag

Hey everyone! A while back, the lovely Amy from AmyBucklesBookshelf tagged me in this exciting book tag. You can see her post here! It's a fun one, so let's get cracking ... Rules Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their postLink to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post - Thanks …

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Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt | Book review

Hey everyone! I'm back this week with another book review - this time I've read Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt. Unconventional is about a girl called Lexi whose dad runs 'Angelo Conventions'. Lexi has grown up around conventions, and is now a staff member/clipboard extraordinaire at them. As the plot progresses, she meets a debut novelist …

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