new year is upon us, and I have a bold new reading challenge that I wish to share with you. As I am sure you have gathered from the title, I plan on reading one book every day during the new year. I thought that I would share with you the rules to this challenge … Continue reading Book-a-Day 2021 Challenge
So it's not a secret that I am currently reading down my physical TBR pile, but what happens to all of those amazing new releases that pop up in my social feeds; especially those from marginalised groups that were being promoted during pride and the height of the Black Lives Matter protests. Whenever I see … Continue reading How My TBR Works
Yesterday was day one of the Reading Rush, and I read one book of my tbr! Unfortunately it was the shortest, but I am making progress. I had hoped to have finished my current series before the Rush, but that didn't happen, so I am still reading those, as well as hopefully finding the time … Continue reading Reading Rush Day One
I don't think that I have ever done one of these before, but I wanted to talk about people's reactions to insta-love / insta-romances in teen and YA fiction. As someone who left the further education (A levels) a few months ago, I feel like have more interaction with the teenagers of today than most … Continue reading Insta-Romances
Recently I read Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie for the first time. While reading it, I couldn't help but reflect on the Disney film (both the original and the sequel) and how as a child I adored the films. Today I wanted to not only review the book but talk about how the adaptations of … Continue reading Peter Pan: The Book, The Movie and Me
My thoughts on the ending of Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald.
This is where it ends is a wonderful book.