Friends, today is my stop on the Tweet Cute blog tour and I’m really excited to be sharing my review of this sweet contemporary. Meet Pepper, swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist. Her family may be falling apart, but their massive fast-food chain is booming ― mainly thanks to Pepper, who is barely… Continue reading Blog tour: Tweet Cute // A tasty tale of food and romance
Today is my stop on the Paper Avalanche blog tour, hosted by EDPR and David Fickling Books. I’m delighted to be sharing an extract from the book, which released on 2nd January. ‘Bye then,’ I say, reaching for the front gate. Jamie moves in closer. He smells of sweat covered up with aftershave. I try… Continue reading Paper Avalanche blog tour // An extract from the novel
At the beginning of 2019, I tried to predict which books would be my 5 star reads this year. Now that we’re nearing the end of the year, I want to go back and see if many (or any) of them turned out to be true. I love these kinds of “looking back” posts, because… Continue reading Five star predictions from the beginning of 2019 // Did they turn out to be true?
Today is my stop on The Sky Weaver blog tour, hosted by Gollancz. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I love the trilogy so I’m excited to be sharing my review. At the end of one world, there always lies another. Safire, a soldier, knows her role in this world is to serve the… Continue reading Blog tour: The Sky Weaver // A fitting finale for a fiery series
Today is my stop on the Angel Mage blog tour and I’m excited to be sharing my review of Garth Nix’s new novel. More than a century has passed since Liliath crept into the empty sarcophagus of Saint Marguerite, fleeing the Fall of Ystara. But she emerges from her magical sleep still beautiful, looking no… Continue reading Blog tour: Angel Mage // Rich in magic, action, and angelic intervention
Today it’s my stop on the blog tour for That Asian Kid, and I’m excited to be sharing my review. Despite his hard work and brains, Jeevan, is doing badly in his GCSE English literature class. His teacher, Mrs Greaves, dislikes him intensely and Jeevan is convinced that he is the victim of racial prejudice.… Continue reading Blog tour: That Asian Kid // A bold new contemporary that discusses racism and microaggressions
Today I’m really excited to be sharing my review of Sanctuary and kicking off the blog tour with Library Looter and Niffler Reads. Make sure you check out their reviews too! The small Connecticut town of Sanctuary is rocked by the death of its star quarterback. Daniel’s death looked like an accident, but everyone knows… Continue reading Sanctuary blog tour // An intriguing and tense murder-mystery