Ah a Book Talk... let's see if I remember how to do these. There is a growing list of recently read books that I have yet to talk about. My reading game was extremely poor for a while, but it seems to be on the up, and what better way to celebrate me getting my … Continue reading Book Talk: She Regrets Nothing
After taking my sweet time to read Me Before You, I sped through Shopaholic in just a few days! I started reading the Shopaholic series years ago, when I was probably about 13 and have followed Sophie Kinsella's writing ever since. Of all her books, the Shopaholic series is my favourite, and I have become … Continue reading Book Talk: Shopaholic to the Rescue
I have just finished reading All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. It was such a beautifully written book. The relationships between the characters were so wonderful and heartbreaking at the same time. Niven makes you fall in love with Finch and Violet, wanting them to go wandering forever. The story follows this journey of discovery, as … Continue reading All The Bright Places…
At New Years I set myself the resolution of trying to read 25 books before the end of the year. I wanted to set myself this challenge because reading has always been something that I love and I have recently lost touch with it because of just either being too busy or too lazy and … Continue reading Book Challenge!
I have been meaning to publish this for a while now, to review my all time favourite book - Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I read this book quite a while ago as well as the others in the series, Lola and the Boy Next Door, and Isla and the Happily Ever After, and … Continue reading Anna and the French Kiss…
I would like to apologise for how long it actually took me to finish my America Diaries! After coming back from America I was so busy that blogging had to take a back seat, but I also then forced myself to not blog about anything else until it was all done. I promise I will … Continue reading 2016, I promise to stick to my resolutions
I've have just finished reading Cecelia's book and I have really enjoyed it. I started reading it because I saw that there was a film coming out called Love, Rosie and that it was based on this book, so before I go to see the film I had to read it. This book is an … Continue reading Book Talk: Where Rainbows End (Love, Rosie) by Cecelia Ahern