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Sometimes In Bath By Charles Nevin: Book Review

Sometimes in Bath is a collection of short stories which shows the history of Bath. At times it felt like fiction, other times it felt like a memoir. Either way, this book was so enjoyable to read! I’d like to thank Rachel’s Random Resources and the author for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Introduction to Sometimes in Bath This book … Continue reading Sometimes In Bath By Charles Nevin: Book Review

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12 Popular And Underrated Books: Trope Edition

I love a good trope, especially when it’s done well. I have many favourite books, popular and underrated which have the best tropes! The Chosen One: Underrated Books Relentless Series I briefly mentioned this series in my cheap and free kindle post. The chosen one is such a fun trope and there are many fantasy books out there that fit into it. Although it’s not … Continue reading 12 Popular And Underrated Books: Trope Edition

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Sadie By Courtney Summers: Audiobook Review

The Sadie audiobook was one of the first audiobooks I had listened to and I was not disappointed! Audiobooks are so good to have on the go, I highly recommend them. I have a post discussing whether or not they class as proper books here. Introduction To Sadie, Audiobook Sadie has raised her 13 year old sister Mattie as their mother is absent and is … Continue reading Sadie By Courtney Summers: Audiobook Review

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Spin the Dawn By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

I adore a good fairytale retelling and so when I found out about Spin the Dawn I knew I had to read it! A YA fantasy inspired by Mulan, this diverse book is exactly what I needed to complete one of my reading goals for this year! If you’re a fantasy junkie like me, I’d recommend checking out: A Curse So Dark and Lonely. As … Continue reading Spin the Dawn By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

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Books I’m Reading For The Owls Readathon

It’s time for the owls readathon and me among many other bookworms are prepping! To get that magical career we’ve always wanted, we’ll be completing prompts for each subject! Book roast is the creator, if you’d like to find out more I would recommend checking her YouTube. As it’s my first year partaking in the owls readathon, I figured I would share my experience through … Continue reading Books I’m Reading For The Owls Readathon

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A Creepy YA Thriller and Mystery: 13 Minutes Book Review

13 minutes is a teenage mystery book filled with drama. Author Sarah Pinborough, has constructed a crime, psychological thriller with amazing characters (that are a little weird). Introduction Natasha Howland died in a lake for 13 minutes. However, no one believes it wasn’t unintentional. As she’s so popular and practically has everything handed to her on a silver spoon, why would she even think of … Continue reading A Creepy YA Thriller and Mystery: 13 Minutes Book Review

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Inspiring Authors And Their Books: International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day! There are so many amazing women who inspire me, this post is all about inspiring authors and their books! Last year, I did a blog post ranting and educating about the inequalities women face. So this year, I wanted to embrace the women who stand out despite society’s standards. Noughts and Crosses By Malorie Blackman This series tackles racism as well … Continue reading Inspiring Authors And Their Books: International Women’s Day

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The Flatshare By Beth O’ Leary: Book Review

The Flatshare is a Rom-com including friends to lovers, so count me in! It is an original, funny and a heartwarming read I never knew I needed. After asking you over on my bookstagram, what your favourite tropes are, this book popped up a lot for friends to lovers! So I decided to give it a read, after all I am on a romance binge! … Continue reading The Flatshare By Beth O’ Leary: Book Review

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The Kiss Quotient By Helen Hoang: Book Review

The Kiss Quotient interested me from the moment I knew about it. Gender swapped roles, diverse representation with an Autistic female lead and a Vietnamese male lead. It also seemed to include a few favourite tropes of mine too! If you’re a fan of enemies to lovers, my review of The Hating Game might convince you to add it to your to be read list. … Continue reading The Kiss Quotient By Helen Hoang: Book Review