This is my tour stop for the Hear Our Voices blog tour! I was lucky to interview the author of Your Heart After Dark, a YA contemporary mixed with paranormal! Where did the inspiration come for YOUR HEART AFTER DARK? A: I can’t talk about what inspired the story overall. It’s too complicated for me to discuss comfortably. But I can tell you that a … Continue reading Your Heart After Dark By Mahtab Rohan Interview!
The Wedding Party is a romance/chick lit book! It focuses on the trope enemies to lovers, whilst also discussing other matters such as friendships, relationships and finding yourself. Introduction To The Wedding Party Maddie and Theo are best friends with Alexa. Although that doesn’t mean the two of them are the best of friends too. But it’s clear they’re attracted to each other and with … Continue reading The Wedding Party By Jasmine Guillory: Book Review
The Black Kids is a YA contemporary set in the 1990s. It follows the story of Ashley, a wealthy black teenager who has been sheltered a little too much throughout her life. Also, this book is coming of age and set in the times of Rodney King Riots. I have received a free copy of this book, however all thoughts and opinions are my own … Continue reading The Black Kids By Christina Hammonds Reed: Book Review
Raybearer is a YA Nigerian inspired fantasy by Jordan Ifueko. I was kindly gifted the finished copy of this book for Darkroom Tours on my bookstagram. Warning, trigger warnings may contain spoilers: trigger warnings: violence, child abuse, attempted murder, drugging, manipulation, death, enslavement of djinn, references to police violence, death of children. Introduction To Raybearer Tarisai’s mother, The Lady sends her to the capital of … Continue reading Raybearer By Jordan Ifueko: Book Review
Ignite The Sun is a YA fantasy written by Hanna Howard. This is my tour stop for the TBR and Beyond Tours blog tour, be sure to check out the other hosts here. At the end of this review there will be a giveaway so stay tuned for that 🙂 Introduction To Ignite The Sun Queen Iyzabel has shrouded the kingdom in darkness, leaving sunlight … Continue reading Ignite The Sun By Hanna Howard: Book Review
Something new for me! July Reading Wrap Up is the start of hopefully more wrap ups from me! I have become overwhelmed with reviews lately, so those that don’t have a full review will still have a mini one in my wrap up of the month! Of course, there are some books which will have full reviews especially if I have strong opinions about it. … Continue reading July Reading Wrap Up
Star Daughter By Shveta Thakrar is a contemporary fantasy blended with Hindu mythology and Desi culture. This is my stop for the Hear Our Voices blog tour and I’ll be including a #ownvoice reflection and book recommendations in this review! Introduction To Star Daughter Sheetal is half mortal, half star. She lives a semi normal teenage life, but it’s clear that the calling of the … Continue reading Star Daughter By Shveta Thakrar: Review And Book Recommendations!
Dear Martin is a YA contemporary which tackles American race relations. An extremely important novel especially due to recent events. Before I continue on with this review, please remember that the Black Lives Matter Movement has not stopped and will not stop until justice is served. My post 270+ Books By Black Authors includes educational and donation links which I’d highly suggest checking out. Warning, … Continue reading Dear Martin By Nic Stone: Book Review
A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder is a YA mystery featuring seventeen year old Pippa. She studies a murder case which happened five years ago for her EPQ. A small town murder which has more to the surface. Warning, trigger warnings may contain spoilers: trigger warnings: rape, drug use, death of a pet, kidnapping Introduction Pippa Fitz- Amobbi is a girl who likes homework way … Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder By Holly Jackson: Book Review
The term ‘book influencers’ has been floating across my social medias, and I wonder the impact it has on us. Behind The Screens is a discussion series I’ll be starting so that people can truly understand that there is a lot more to being a bookstagrammer and book blogger then just posting about books. It almost seems like some of us are too scared to … Continue reading Behind The Screens: Underlying Issues For ‘Book Influencers’