Books

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Review

Not being at uni means classic books aren't being thrown at me left, right and centre. Unlike most of my fellow grads, I miss reading books like that. That's why I created "The Classics Challenge", which will see me read several "classic" books over the course of the year, starting with Little Women. Ok, so… Continue reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Review

Books

Mistletoe and Mystery (The Paradise Cookery School Book 3) by Daisy James

If you're anything like me, you'd be happy to find a pile of books waiting under the tree this Christmas. Luckily, I didn't have to wait until the big day to find a book in my possession, as a lovely (and, aptly, Christmassy) book found itself in my room last week. In the lead up… Continue reading Mistletoe and Mystery (The Paradise Cookery School Book 3) by Daisy James

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The Places I’ve Cried in Public (by Holly Bourne) Review

I've done it. I've managed to post 20 (yes, twenty!) Blogtober posts. I'm as surprised as you are, honestly! I can't thank you enough for reading this (and my other Blogtober posts). I'm a huge fan of YA novels. Three years of reading the set texts at uni hasn't lessened my love for this genre.… Continue reading The Places I’ve Cried in Public (by Holly Bourne) Review

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The Upside of Falling Down (by Rebekah Crane) Review

I've successfully written and posted three posts for this years Blogtober (1, 2, 3) - I really didn't expect to get to this point so, to anyone reading these posts, thank you for giving them a look! I really don't have a plan what my Blogtober posts will be, something I know is a cardinal… Continue reading The Upside of Falling Down (by Rebekah Crane) Review

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Everything I Know About Love (by Dolly Alderton) Review

Happy October! For the first time, I've decided to do Blogtober. So, that means 31 different blog posts every day in October. How exciting? Being a graduate, I'm spending my time applying for jobs, getting back into writing and trying to keep myself busy. One way I'm keeping myself busy is by reading. After three… Continue reading Everything I Know About Love (by Dolly Alderton) Review