March has been quite a successful reading month for me. In fact, I think this may be the most books I have ever read within one month. Wooohooo! Achievement accomplished. This is brilliant, especially following of the lull that occurred in February, where I only read one book – which I will feature down below.
Over all, March has been a successful month. Despite my two week hiatus from blogging, this month has allowed me to consider the direction I wish to take with this blog. Although books will remain my primary focus, I will also be creating posts that will discuss diversity in life and literature and the advice that I have collected over the years – things I wish I knew years ago. This month has allowed me to plot new posts, as well as conjuring up the confidence to talk more about what I wish to discuss and represent.
So, let’s get on with my reading wrap-up for February and March, and A Very ARC-ish Readathon TBR. Continue reading “March Wrap up/April TBR (Arc-ish Readathon) | 2017”
My Kindle is a constant companion, always in my bag whenever I leave the flat. With my Kindle I have the opportunity to carry hundreds of books, however, I like to be organised. I keep a small amount of books on my Kindle, only adding new books that I plan to read soon. So, here is a list of all the books on my Kindle that I hope to finish/read within the next few months. Continue reading “What’s on My Kindle”
Last week I published a list of four novels that left me feeling deflated instead of hyped – you can check that list out here. This week I thought I would do the opposite and mention the underrated YA novels and series that you should begin reading immediately.
As you have probably guessed, I have read, completed and adored all of the books on this list. Also, this discussion does come across as more of a review/recommendations post. But, these books have all been underappreciated, therefore, I want more people to read them.
Continue reading “Underrated YA Novels”
Summer and Autumn are typically the best periods throughout the year for book releases. And, looking back at some of the amazing releases of this Summer, such as This Savage Song by V. E. Schwab and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it is time to look towards what other amazing young adult literature will be hitting our book shelves this autumn.
Continue reading “Top 5 Anticipated YA Releases | Autumn 2016”
*This review may contain spoilers, please read at your own risk*
Quick Synopsis: Marguerite Caine’s physicist parents are known for their radical scientific achievements. Their most astonishing invention: the Firebird, which allows users to jump into parallel universes, some vastly altered from our own. But when Marguerite’s father is murdered, the killer—her parent’s handsome and enigmatic assistant Paul—escapes into another dimension before the law can touch him. A Thousand Pieces of You explores a reality where we witness the countless other lives we might lead in an amazingly intricate multiverse, and ask whether, amid infinite possibilities, one love can endure.
Continue reading “A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray”