**Disclaimer: I was invited to participate in the Fallen Angel blog tour by Caolinn & Grace at Little, Brown in exchange for an honest review. However, in light of this, I need to disclose that I purchased my copy of Fallen Angel by Chris Brookmyre in Waterstones last week (I am fully aware it was … Continue reading Blog Tour: Fallen Angel
Hey guys, as we all know I am partial to a game of Would you rather...? so that is exactly what's happening right here, right now, on the blog. I must thank Amy for tagging me to answer the questions that she has set. However, I'm not just gonna stop there. No way. I'm going … Continue reading Would you rather…? Bookish Edition
Oh hey guys, Today I'm back with a new blog post, and I'm enjoying having the inspiration to share my views with you all. I saw that my dear friend Amy, who in all honesty is quite possibly very sick of my very ranty outbursts at this moment in time and I really don't blame … Continue reading The Three Things Book Tag
Ugh. Monday. The weekend is now over, it's the start of a new week but yet we all still dread Monday. I'm not sure why Monday is always so dreaded, when really it could be the chance to start over, give yourself a different outlook on life and get motivated to do exactly what needs … Continue reading An Introduction to MG Monday
It's Sunday, which means it's time for another prompt by Steph for #SixforSunday. Today's #SixforSunday prompt is books I wish I'd had as a teen. The six books I've chosen reflects exactly what teenage me needed. All I Know Now by Carrie Hope Fletcher. My teenage years were pretty turbulent in terms of change. Finding … Continue reading #SixforSunday: Books I Wish I’d Had As A Teen
Today's #SixforSunday prompt by Steph, is books that I want to reread. I often reread books if I'm in a slump or in need of some comfort because they feel like home. I also reread books if I need that extra kick up the backside in order to get motivated or to generally become a … Continue reading #SixforSunday: Books I Want To Reread
Since I can't deny that I do love a good game of "Would you rather...?" (it's a pretty great way for making decisions too if I'm perfectly honest) and I uncovered this gem of a post on Amy's blog, I couldn't resist playing along. I mean, it is a bookworm edition after all. How could this possibly go wrong?