Rosie Loves Jack is the first YA novel told from the perspective of someone with Down’s Syndrome, but first and foremost, this is a love story. See the world through Rosie’s eyes in this one-in-a-million story about fighting for freedoms that we often take for granted: independence, tolerance, and love. Rosie will do anything to … Continue reading Blog Tour: Rosie Loves Jack
Title: A Good Death Author: Michael Bagley Published: 29th November Publisher: Clink Street Publishing Summary: The year is 2028 and it’s a stunning spring day on the Lincolnshire Wolds, when Bess finally persuades her Uncle John to tell her the story of the family scandal that’s been merely whispered about at weddings and funerals. We’re … Continue reading Blog Tour: A Good Death
Title: Rage Has a Hold on Sammy Author: Angela Wiggins Published: 12th September 2018 Genre: Children's Publisher: Angela Wiggins Publishing Summary: Rage Has a Hold on Sammy is the story of an eight year old boy named, Sammy. He and his father are very close, even though his parents are divorced. Then one day, … Continue reading Blog Tour: Rage Has A Hold On Sammy
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?
Taking a leap of faith is never easy, especially when it involves taking a small step towards making changes that are going to have a big impact.