Autoboyography by Christina Lauren | Book review

I am SO SO excited to talk about this book today. I genuinely feel so blessed lately with the amount of books that are being published with diverse characters and excellent rep. It's genuinely been weeks since I turned that final page, and I'm still thinking about the main characters. Right, let's get on with it .. because you (yes, you) need to read this book immediately.

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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