We are currently in the midst of a heatwave over here in the UK so this month I have been able to do a lot of reading in the garden, which is always a good thing. Here are the books I read this month: I didn't read any non-fiction this month but went for a… Continue reading What I read in … June 2018
Here are the books I read in April: I also read this but gave my copy to someone to read before I could take a photo of it! So total was four novels plus one non-fiction book (This Is Going To Hurt) The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society is a cosy read about a… Continue reading What I read in … April 2018
Last month I read three YA novels, two standalones plus the third book in the Red Queen series, one thriller, Force Of Nature, and an adult fiction book The Keeper Of Lost Things. I really enjoyed reading One Of Us Is Lying and would really recommend it - it's The Breakfast Club with a murder… Continue reading What I read in … March 2018
Here are the books I read in February. I didn't manage to make a dent in my non-fiction pile, I ended up sticking to all novels this month. I read two women's fiction novels, continued the fun supernatural series from Charlaine Harris, and read two YA books. After reading Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda… Continue reading What I Read In … February 2018
I'm so excited to welcome YA author C.J. Daugherty to the blog today. I'm a huge fan of her thriller series NIGHT SCHOOL. C.J. talks to me about the series, the inspiration behind it and her journey to publication as well as sharing writing tips so check it out! The series is set in modern… Continue reading Meet the author: C.J. Daugherty – NIGHT SCHOOL
Last weekend I finally got around to watching the film Young Adult. The title of this post is a quote from the film, the context is this: Mavis: "You can come to the city with me like we always planned." Buddy: "Mavis, I'm a married man." Mavis: "I know we can beat this thing, together."… Continue reading Have YA writers never grown up?
In the affluent town of Weslyn, Connecticut, where most people worry about what to be seen in and who to be seen with, Emma Thomas would rather not be seen at all. She’s more concerned with feigning perfection while pulling down her sleeves to conceal the bruises - not wanting anyone to know how far… Continue reading Reason to Breathe – Rebecca Donovan