Hello everybody! Today, I’m back with another review post, and this time all the books have some connection to the solar system and/or space (Luna Rae’s connection is the title, as I speak Spanish and therefore I’ve decided it absolutely counts because I really wanted to read it). This is a couple of days late on account of the fact I had an oral exam on Friday and spent so much time stressing over that I needed a couple of extra days to put this together. Onto the post!
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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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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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Hello everybody! So, in almost 4 years of blogging I’ve somehow never written a wrap up post, but I really enjoy reading other people’s and I especially love BooksandLala’s (whose YouTube channel I am OBSESSED with) quarterly version that she does, which is why I’ve decided to make mine that often, if people enjoy reading it at least. I’m a wee bit nervous given I don’t really know what exactly I’m going to include, but anyway, onto the post!
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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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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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Hello everybody! So, I have very bad form for actually completing TBRs, but recently I’ve been using more rigid reading schedules and this combined with a few other factors has been helping me read so much more in 2021 than I’d probably otherwise be able to. I actually have quite a lot more than ten books I’m hoping to get to, but here are a small selection of some books I’m hoping to be reading over the next few months as part of today’s Top Ten Tuesday. Onto the post!
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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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Hello everybody! Today, I’m here with another set of reviews, and the theme I chose this time is books set in different countries to where I live (which is Scotland, if I’m being very specific, but none of these are set within the UK as a whole). I had so much reading all of these and getting a feel for so many different places, so onto the post!
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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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