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)”

Six For Sunday: Favourite LGBTQ+ Characters

I recently found this tag (and I’m honestly running out of inspiration) so I thought I might give it a try! It was created in June 2017 by Steph over at A Little But A Lot, and each week is a different topic. For June, it’s all about Pride and this week’s topic is your favouriteContinue reading “Six For Sunday: Favourite LGBTQ+ Characters”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Is it Worth the Hype?

I’ve finally finished this stupid book! It was only supposed to take one blog, but I had so many thoughts I wrote a Part 1 and Part 2 as I went along. Check them out! However this will make sense if you want to read this first and take a look at them later. Name:Continue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Is it Worth the Hype?”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 2

I’m back! And on about page 200 of ‘Red, White and Royal Blue’. I’ve already done a (pretty ruthless) blog on my first impressions of it but I’m happy to say that it seems to be getting better. But how long will that last with Casey McQuinnston… Everything escalated quickly: from my expectations of itContinue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 2”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 1

Hey guys! You’ll probably be hearing a lot more from me in the weeks to come (one of the few perks of self isolation) so here I am now, with a breakdown of where I’m up to in ‘Red, White and Royal Blue’ by Casey McQuinnston. Make sure you look after yourself and your friendsContinue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 1”