In Conversation With… the Borders

Hello everybody! Today’s post is quite possibly one of the most exciting things I’ve ever written, because I’ve wanted to do an interview with a musician/musicians for ages, and have never been brave enough to message anyone, but I finally worked up the nerve after hearing the Borders’ incredible first single “You’ve Got It All”. I can’t recommend checking it out enough, and I’m so grateful to James, Wheeler and Ethan for answering my questions. Onto the post!


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Author Interview with Jenny Pearson

Hello everybody! Today, I’m so excited to welcome Jenny Pearson to my blog for an interview, to celebrate the release of her amazing second book the Incredible Record Smashers.



The Incredible Record Smashers is the second hilarious and heart-warming adventure from Jenny Pearson, author and primary school teacher. Her debut The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates was a Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month, was shortlisted for the Costa Children’s Book Award and is a 2021 Read for Empathy title. Onto the post!


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Blog Tour Review: The Abbey Mystery by Julia Golding

Hello everybody! Today, I’m really excited to be part of the blog tour for Julia Golding’s new release, The Abbey Mystery. It’s such a fun historical mystery, and I really enjoyed it. Onto the post!


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May 2021 Releases I Can’t Wait to Read

Hello everybody! Today, I’m doing my anticipated releases for May post a couple of days early, because I have some really exciting posts planned for next week, including an author interview. Onto the post!


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Reviews: Fabulous Fantasy Reads

Hello everybody! Today, I’m finally getting round to posting my latest batch of reviews, which are all fantasies, this time, and I had so much fun reading all of these and escaping to the various incredible worlds within them instead of staying in the hellscape that was my March. Anyway, onto the post!


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April 2021 Releases I Can’t Wait to Read

Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be sharing my most anticipated releases for next month, even though I can’t believe we’re at the end of March already! How did that happen?! Anyway, onto the post!


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Blog Tour Review: The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys

Hello everybody! Today, I’m really pleased to be part of the blog tour for the incredibly moving YA book the Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys, with my review. Onto the post!


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City of Rust Blog Tour: Q and A with Gemma Fowler

Hello everybody! Today, I’m really pleased to be part of the blog tour for City of Rust by Gemma Fowler, and to get to share Gemma’s answers to some questions about the book. Onto the post!


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Blog Tour Review: Show Us Who You Are by Elle McNicoll

Hello everybody! Today, I’m absolutely thrilled to be sharing my review of Elle McNicoll’s stunning second book Show Us Who You Are, as part of the blog tour. Onto the post!


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Blog Tour Guest Post: Annelise Grey’s Top 5 Historical MG/YA Recommendations

Hello everybody! Today, I’m really excited to be part of the blog tour for Annelise Grey’s MG debut Race to the Death, which is set in Ancient Rome and focuses on a girl named Dido who is desperate to be allowed to race as a charioteer (which she is forbidden from doing because she’s a girl) and get justice for the tragedy that befalls her. Annelise has written a post about her favourite historical MG/YA books, which I loved reading (particularly as we share a favourite!). And it’s out today, which is even more exciting! Onto the post!


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