Valentine’s Day Review: Love Creekwood

IT’S SO ADORABLE… and now I’m crying. Name: Love Creekwood Author: Becky Albertalli Published: 2021 Fall in love all over again with the characters from the bestselling Simonverse novels in this highly anticipated epilogue novella. It’s been more than a year since Simon and Blue turned their anonymous online flirtation into an IRL relationship, andContinue reading “Valentine’s Day Review: Love Creekwood”

The Night Circus

Only Erin Morgenstern could make me smile so much with just ‘The circus arrives without warning‘. Name: The Night Circus Author: Erin Morgenstern Published: 2011 The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience fullContinue reading “The Night Circus”

From Blood And Ash: Book Review

One good one thing came out of 2020… this book 😎 Name: From Blood And Ash Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Published: 2020 Song: Ashes by Stellar A Maiden…Chosen from birth to usher in a new era, Poppy’s life has never been her own. The life of the Maiden is solitary. Never to be touched. NeverContinue reading “From Blood And Ash: Book Review”

2 AMAZING Arc Graphic Novels

So, as you might know, I’m pretty new to the whole ARC thing. Whilst it’s amazing to have all these gorgeous books available (and not so amazing that I now have deadlines for reading), I hadn’t yet hit a 5 star book. I hadn’t read an ARC that made me want to cry my eyesContinue reading “2 AMAZING Arc Graphic Novels”

Crier’s War’ Is Like Sapphic Star Wars: A Book Review

This was a disappointing read 🙁 Name: Crier’s War Author: Nina Varela Published: 2019 Impossible love between two girls —one human, one Made. A love that could birth a revolution. After the War of Kinds ravaged the kingdom of Rabu, the Automae, Designed to be the playthings of royals, took over the estates of their ownersContinue reading “Crier’s War’ Is Like Sapphic Star Wars: A Book Review”

My Soundtrack To Carry On by Rainbow Rowell… THE MOVIE

Hey! This is a different post to normal, but it’s an idea I’ve had for a while. You guys seemed to enjoy when I talked about music – before plus this is so fun. Can I just confirm that Carry On is not a film… and to be honest, I think it should stay thatContinue reading “My Soundtrack To Carry On by Rainbow Rowell… THE MOVIE”

ARC Review: Secrets Of the Starcrossed

I – wow Name: The Once And Future Queen: Secrets Of the Starcrossed Author: Clara O’Connor Publish Date: 21st January 2021 It just happens to be published tomorrow! Not cutting this short at all 🙂 Synopsis: In a world where the Roman Empire never fell, two starcrossed lovers fight to ignite the spark of rebellion…Continue reading “ARC Review: Secrets Of the Starcrossed”

Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review

Some of the stories were dark Name: The Language Of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic Author: Leigh Bardugo Illustrator: Sara Kipin Published: 2017 Love speaks in flowers. Truth requires thorns. A collection of six lavishly illustrated stories filled with betrayals, romance and revenge. Travel to a world of dark bargains struck by moonlight, ofContinue reading “Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review”

‘How The King Of Elfhame Learned To Hate Stories’ (review and my fav. art)

*cue fangirl screaming* Name: How The King Of Elfhame Learned To Hate Stories Author: Holly Black Illustrator: Rovina Cai Published: 2020 I can’t find a good blurb for this book – none of them properly express just how gorgeous this book is. I’m worried this post won’t be able to either. (Another reason I’m worriedContinue reading “‘How The King Of Elfhame Learned To Hate Stories’ (review and my fav. art)”

Reviewing ‘Love, Frankie’ (she doesn’t go to Hollywood)

Do you know the feeling when you’ve outgrown one of your favourite childhood authors? No? Good – it’s not nice. Name: Love Frankie Author: Jacqueline Wilson Published: 2020 Frankie is nearly fourteen and teenage life certainly comes with its ups and downs. Her mum is seriously ill with MS and Frankie can feel herself growingContinue reading “Reviewing ‘Love, Frankie’ (she doesn’t go to Hollywood)”