Hi everybody! Today, I’m super excited to be part of the blog tour for Zo and the Forest of Secrets, which is Alake Pilgrim’s debut from Knights Of. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m here to share some new reviews with you all, which I couldn’t think of a title for given I’ve been continuing to mood read, but when I realised there were seven, I had to work that into it given one of the books has a main character CALLED Seven. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be sharing my mini interview with Sophie Cameron with you. Her new book Our Sister, Again is fantastic, so I was genuinely thrilled to have this opportunity. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Two posts in two days, who even am I?! But Sophie tagged me to do this on Instagram and I decided to make it a blog post, so here we are. Onto the post!
Genre I stay away from?
I used to always say horror for this but I’ve actually started reading a tiny bit of horror so now I don’t really know?! Maybe lit fic?
Worst habit as a reader?
Definitely buying too many books, same as Sophie, much as I wish I had some dazzling and unique answer.
Do I read the synopsis?
if you read my most anticipated releases posts you’ll know that’s a no! I usually have a vague idea of what things are about from early reviews or stuff the author’s said, but almost every single book in those I’m like I JUST LIKE THE VIBES SO I’M BUYING IT OKAY. I use the word vibes way too much, in related news.
Do I read used books?
Yes, for sure! I love buying books second hand (if they’re in good condition, anyway, will never forget the book that turned up in my house with what looked like oil stains on the side :// )
Favourite book from last year?
Okay, that’s impossible, cause I have loads, but one of them would be Daisy Jones and the Six. I reread it last week and I loved it SO MUCH again; it’s just an incredible story told in an incredibly clever way.
I’m not really much of a classics gal, but I do love Charlotte’s Web and One Hundred and One Dalmatians because they’re so wholesome and lovely and we all know how obsessed I am with animals.
Book I always recommend?
I mean, it really depends on the person ! I’ve recommended the Appeal to a lot of people lately, so I’ll say that. Book I didn’t like? Most recently, the Secret of Splint Hall.
At the time of writing, the Offline Diaries! Probably so things differen by the time this goes live though.
Books I’m looking forward to reading?
An advance copy of Witchlings arrived in my house the other day and I SCREAMED, so it seems like an obvious answer. But really there are so many, too many to list!!
Books I’m ashamed of not reading yet?
I mean, there are a LOT, being late to the party with books is kind of my brand. I’ll say Such a Fun Age cause I’ve been meaning to read it for ages and someone told me they really enjoyed it a couple weeks ago.
Thank you so much for reading! What are your thoughts on the books I’ve mentioned in my answers? What would yours have been? I’d really love to chat in the comments!
Hello everybody! Today, I’m really excited to be part of the blog tour for Yarrow Townsend’s debut book the Map of Leaves with my review. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I have another review post for you, which doesn’t really have a theme because I saw someone coin the phrase mood reading May and I decided to jump on the bandwagon. There’s a fair bit of variety here so hopefully something for just about everyone! Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be part of the blog tour for Eloise Smith’s debut Sister to a Star, which I read last week and really enjoyed. I have both my review and a guest post from Eloise to share with you, so let’s get onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I finally have a new review post for you on this fine bank holiday Monday, and it’s all books with pink on the covers (some of them are not predominantly pink, please do not @ me) because I got it into my head I wanted to do that and so I did. Onto the post!
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Hello everybody! Today, I’m doing another post in which I spell out a word using books, as I’ve been doing all year with each month. Onto the post!
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