2017 Resolutions Review

I love this time of year, not only because of the copious amounts of food and the excuse to sit and do absolutely nothing for a week, but because it’s a time to reflect on what we’ve achieved in the past year and look forward to what the next year…

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng- An unflinching examination of family, community and society [Ad-Gifted]

Featured Image: Book cover on a background which is a zoomed-in, out-of-focus copy of the book cover. [Ad- Gifted]- The publisher Little Brown sent me a free advance copy of this book through NetGalley to review. I was not obliged to write or share this review and they have no…

Some Kind of Wonderful by Giovanna Fletcher- A heartwarming tale of loss and renewal [Ad-Gifted]

Featured Image- Book cover [Ad- Gifted]- The publisher Michael Joseph sent me a free advance copy of this book through NetGalley to review. I was not obliged to write or share this review and they have no influence over the content of the post. It contains my genuine personal opinion!…

Turtles All The Way Down by John Green- I don’t get it!

CW: Anxiety and OCD I’m so sad that I didn’t enjoy this one! The Fault in our Stars is still my favourite book of all time and John Green’s work as an author and a Vlogbrother has helped me and continues to help me so much on a weekly basis….

The Creakers by Tom Fletcher- A delightfully disgusting adventure!

The one word that Tom Fletcher has used repeatedly to describe his second novel in the lead up to its release is ‘disgusting‘, and I have to say I completely agree with him (in a good way!) How would you feel if you woke up one day to find all…

The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher- Magical for so many reasons!

I’ve been reading like there’s no tomorrow recently, so I thought I’d try my hand at book blogging! To get started and to celebrate the release of Tom Fletcher’s new novel ‘The Creakers’ this week, (review to follow shortly) I thought I’d repost my review of Tom’s debut ‘The Christmasaurus.’…