Spelling September in Books

Hello everybody! Today, I’m back with post 9 in the spelling the month in books series, and I’m honestly really sad we only have three left! Even though I know I’m planning a replacement series…! Anyway, onto the post!


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Spelling Out August in Books

Hello everybody! Today, I have another installment of the spelling out series, and this time the word is , even though it is now in fact a different month. Onto the post!


A is for… Amber Undercover– I read this super fun story about a girl becoming a spy around this time last year, and I’d actually really love it to be a series because I wanna see the characters again! It’s a bit like Geek Girl, but obviously with spies, and it’s such a good time.

U is for… the Unadoptables– I read this last year, and it’s such a great debut from Hana Tooke. It’s about a group of children deemed “unadoptable” and what happens when they’re then adopted by a man with nefarious intentions. The setting is wonderful and there’s a gorgeous found family vibe!

G is for… Giant– this was a very recent read for me, and you’ll be seeing my review of it soon so I don’t want to give all my thoughts away, but it feels like quite a different book from Nicola Skinner and I was so pleased I still absolutely loved it. U is for…

Uki and the Outcasts– this is the first book in the second trilogy of the Five Realms series, and Uki is such an amazing character that you just fall in love with him instantly. It has some really lovely messages about not fitting in as well.

S is for… the Star Spun Web- this seems especially timely given that SinĂ©ad announced her new book is out in February next year, and this is my favourite of hers so far. It’s such a clever, unique fantasy story and the cover is ridiculously gorgeous.

T is for… the Twyford Code– this is Janice Hallett’s second book, and it’s just as twisty and brilliant and addictive as her first. She’s fast becoming one of my very favourite mystery writers!!


Thank you so much for reading! Which books would you have chosen for these letters? Do you have any thoughts on the books I’ve picked? I’d love to chat in the comments!

Amy xx

Spelling May in Books

Hello everybody! Today, I’m back with another post spelling out the month, but this time I’ve also added the word spring because 3 letters just didn’t seem long enough for a post. Anyway, let’s get into it!


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