A story of chronic pain & bodies | Please Read this Leaflet Carefully by Karen Havelin | Book review

The Book: Please Read This Leaflet CarefullyAuthor: Karen HavelinPublisher: Dead Ink BooksPages: 212Genre & Themes: contemporary, chronic illness, pain, bodies, womenPublication date: 31st May 2019Rating: 5/5, GO READ IT! I was absolutely thrilled to receive this book in the post from Dead Ink, after requesting a copy to review. The cover is absolutely beautiful, I …

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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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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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