What better way to kick off another year of reading/bookselling/book blogging than with a shiny new book tag, especially one that gives us the opportunity to reminisce over all the books we read last year! Big thank yous go to the lovely Hannah over at Hannah Cauldron's Book Reviews for tagging me to do this … Continue reading 2020 in Books Tag!
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Blurb: When Charlie's baby brother Dara is born with a problem in his heart, Charlie RUNS. Runs to the forest, with its sheltering leaves that shut out trouble and hurt and fear. But in the forest is a boy, lying in the river, breathing, though only just. And when Charlie goes for help, the forest has … Continue reading Review: The Wild Way Home by Sophie Kirtley
This Christmas I, once again, took part in The Broke and The Bookish Secret Santa! I loved taking part last year so jumped at the chance to be a part of it again 😌 TBTB Secret Santa is run by the wonderful Jana (from That Artsy Reader Girl) who put in a great deal of effort to make sure … Continue reading TBTB Secret Santa – 2020!
Blurb: Once a year, a road appears in the woods at midnight and the ghost of Lucy Gallows beckons, inviting those who are brave enough to play her game. If you win, you escape with your life. But if you lose... It's almost a year since Becca went missing. Everyone else has given up searching for … Continue reading Review: Rules for Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall
It's been more than a minute since I last posted a book haul - perks of the job mean that I'm constantly bringing books home in dribs and drabs, rarely enough at once for a haul! But, I've been a lucky bookworm this Christmas and was gifted some beautiful books that were sitting on my … Continue reading Christmas Book Haul – December 2020!
I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Blurb: Great Aunt Maude visits seasides the world over and has become quite the pebble collector. Pebbles of all shapes, sizes and colours and even one that looked a bit like Elvis Presley if you held it up to the light … Continue reading Review: Into the Spotlight by Carrie Hope Fletcher
2020 was a strange year - for me, it meant spending the large majority on furlough which meant I had lots of free time! I'd never kept a list of how many books I'd read in a year before so it was interesting to see how many I'd get through. Personally, I'd say 46 isn't … Continue reading Books I Read in 2020!
Blurb: When twelve-year-old Billy Chan's parents send him to a summer camp in the mountains of China, he doesn't know what to expect. He'd much rather be spending the holidays back home than hanging out with total strangers at Camp Dragon. That's until he and his fellow campmates stumble upon the entrance to a secret mountain, … Continue reading Review: Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin Tsang
Reaching the end of a year always makes me a little sentimental, looking back over the past twelve months and picking out my favourite times. 2020 has been a difficult and challenging year for most of us, for several reasons but if there's one thing that's kept me sane through it all, it's reading. So, … Continue reading My 5⭐️ Reads of 2020!
Secrets. Lies. Inheritence. Family first - always. Right? If there's one author who's books I will pick up with absolutely no encouragement needed, it's Karen McManus. I devoured her other three books that are, very rightfully, being praised left, right and centre and was beside myself when I heard rumours of a fourth - and … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Cousins by Karen M. McManus