| Books & Reviews |

August MiniReviews (with not so mini topics!)

Having been massively bigged up by my sister, I went into All The Bright Places very optimistically, and I must say, I wasn’t disappointed. One-sentence summary: Having met on the verge of committing suicide, Violet Markey, and Theodore Finch find great inspiration in eachother, and their wandering around Illinois, as they both try to make… Continue reading August MiniReviews (with not so mini topics!)

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9 reasons to hop on over to social media if you’re a starter-blogger (or an old blogger) (or just a human in general)

Recently, I’ve been sucked into the world of social media under the face of my blogging profile. I was already on platforms such as Instagram (for my personal account) but I have never EVER been a fan of Twitter … until I REALISED HOW PERFECT A PLATFORM IT IS FOR BLOGGERS. Even though many have… Continue reading 9 reasons to hop on over to social media if you’re a starter-blogger (or an old blogger) (or just a human in general)

| Books & Reviews |

My in-Cline-ations towards ARMADA |(review)

Pages: 349 Genre: YA sci-fi // fantasy Published: July 14th 2015 by Crown Publishing Links: Goodreads // Amazon // Waterstones Recommend-worthy?: For people who will (inevitably) compare this to Ready Player One, maybe not, but for 30 year-olds/sci-fi lovers/or RPO fans-otherwise, a big fat YES. I absolutely adored Ready Player One (if you’ve read my blog previously, I’m sure you know that… Continue reading My in-Cline-ations towards ARMADA |(review)

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#ReadThemAllThon TBR

For this August I’ve decided to participate in Aentee @ Read At Midnight‘s Pokémon Go inspired read-a-thon, which, let’s be real, is absolutely the best thing you’ve ever heard of. Move along sliced bread. The Pokemon Indigo League #ReadThemAllThon is a 3 weeks long reading challenge based on the Kanto’s Indigo League. Long-time fans of the series would recognise… Continue reading #ReadThemAllThon TBR

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The Book Thief went and stole ALL THE FEELS. (Review)

THE BOOK THIEF // Markus Zusak Pages: 552 Genre: YA Fiction / historical setting Published: March 14th 2006 by Knopf Books for Young Readers Links: Goodreads // Amazon // Waterstones Recommend-worthy?: YES YES AND 114% YES. (even though pretty much everyone in the Solar System has read it by now) I know it’s horrible, but I hadn’t read “The Book Thief”… Continue reading The Book Thief went and stole ALL THE FEELS. (Review)