Book and Nook Netflix Madness Unboxing!

The lies I tell myself: “Just one more episode.” Hey guys! I’m SO excited to unbox the June Book and Nook candle subscription box today! Its theme was Netflix Madness, which I was VERY excited about (I contributed a few ideas to this one which was exciting!), and if you haven’t received your box yet…

A Celebration of Pride! Interview with Simon James Green

Hey guys! I hope you’re all having a great Pride month! To celebrate Scholastic’s #readwithpride campaign, today I’ve got something exciting for you: An interview with Simon James Green, author of the hilarious Noah Can’t Even, which I definitely recommend you give a read. (You can check out my review here.) Hi Simon, thank you…

Dating You/Hating You (Spoiler free!) Review

“His smile is warm and slow, and when it reaches his eyes, something inside my chest turns over in defeat.” -Christina Lauren, Dating You/Hating You Hey guys! Not too long ago, I was very lucky to get a copy of Dating You/Hating You by the fabulous Christina Lauren from Gallery Books. (Thank you so much…

Show Stopper Blog Tour

“I feel a tingle run down my spine, just standing here, looking down at the circus. It annoys me, the effect it has on me. It’s a bad place, an evil place.” -Hayley Barker, Show Stopper Hey guys! You might remember me fangirling about the awesome Show Stopper by Hayley Barker not too long ago,…

You Can be a Bookstagrammer If…

Hey guys! This one is for people who are maybe thinking about starting their very own bookstagram account but aren’t sure about it or are maybe just a little shy of getting started! So, I’m here to tell you that you can be a bookstagrammer if….   You don’t own a camera. Most bookstagrammers I…

You Know You’re a Bookstagrammer When…

Hey guys! Today I tried something a little different… Let me know what you think and if you’d like to see more of these kinds of blog posts from me?     You Know You’re a Bookstagrammer When…   You sometimes spend more time looking through bookstagram instead of, ya know, actually reading. You can…

One Italian Summer (Spoiler Free) Review

“Rome is so amazing for this. The most normal looking little streets-streets lined with mopeds and with washing strung between the buildings-and then the most incredible ancient and beautiful buildings.” -Keris Stainton, One Italian Summer  Hey guys! I was recently sent a copy of One Italian Summer by Keris Stainton by the lovely people at…

Top Ten Books set in a Forest

Hey guys! Are any of you like me, in that sometimes you want a specific setting in a book? I spend hours trawling Goodreads’ lists (about the only time I can be bothered to go on there, oops) for books set in a wood, or set by the coast, or set in *insert current country…

May Wrap-Up

  “If you’re reading this book, then you’re also that child reading by flashlight and dreaming of other worlds. Don’t be scared of her, that inner Beauty, or her dreams. Let her out. She’s you, and she’s me, and she’s magic.” -Meagan Spooner, Hunted (acknowledgements) Hey guys! May was a great, productive month for me:…

Widdershins (Spoiler Free!) Review

“Did all women have something of the witch about them?” -Helen Steadman, Widdershins Hey guys! As you might have seen already, I’m a fan of historical fiction, and Impress Books happens to publish some great historical novels! The latest one they’ve sent my way is Widdershins by Helen Steadman. Set in Scotland and the small…