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Short, Simple, Sweet | Love, Her, Wild: Poetry Collection | A Review

Happy Sunday guys! I hope you’re enjoying the summer! As you can probably tell, but it’s a tad quite here on the blog, that’s mainly because it’s summer and things are a little hectic here – so do forgive me! Today I’m reviewing Love, Her, Wild by instagram sensation, Atticus. Blurb Love Her Wild is a […]

A Surprise from the Dark | I Know Where She Is | Book Blog Tour

Good Morning Guys! Today I’m reviewing I Know Where She Is by S. B. Caves, this fast-paced thriller is published by Canelo on the 14th August (Monday). About the Author S.B. Caves was born and raised in North London. He loves crime and thriller novels, classic horror movies, Korean/Japanese thriller films and true crime documentaries. […]

The Special One | T is for Tree | Book Blog Tour

Good afternoon guys! Today I’m taking part in the book blog tour for T is for Tree by Greg Fowler. Blurb Eddy knows he’s not like other teenagers. He doesn’t look like them. He doesn’t think like them. He doesn’t go to school or have friends like they do. Eddy’s not even allowed to leave […]

Discarded Memories | A Life Discarded | A Review

Happy Sunday guys! Today I’m reviewing an old Netgalley read of mine, A Life Discarded by Alexander Masters. Blurb Unique, transgressive and as funny as its subject, A Life Discardedhas all the suspense of a murder mystery. Written with his characteristic warmth, respect and humour, Masters asks you to join him in celebrating an unknown and […]

Chasing Memories | 31 Days of Wonder | A Review

Good Afternoon guys and happy Sunday! Today I’m reviewing 31 Days of Wonder written by _ and published by _. Blurb ‘And in that instant, he knows in his heart that today is a momentous day; come what may, he and Alice will meet again, and life will never be the same.’ Alice is stuck […]

Healing | Eat, Pray, Love | A Review

Hi guys, a late review I’m afraid, I’ve been catching up with all things #YALC on Twitter and completely forgot the time! Today I’m reviewing an older book – Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. Blurb Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love touched the world and changed countless lives, inspiring and empowering millions of readers to […]

The changing tides | Our Memory Like Dust | Book Blog Tour

G’day friends! Today I’m taking part in the Our Memory Like Dust book blog tour, written by Gavin Chait. Blurb Why do we tell stories? To hold on to what has been loved and lost, to create new myths, to explain and teach in ways that seep into memory. Shakiso Collard leads the evacuation from […]