It took me a while to consider what blog I wanted to talk about this on. This one, my book blog? Geetakesphotos, my photography blog? My Tumblr? Or should I just tweet about it? I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to maintain a personality online. And I think there’s quick a lot… Continue reading Life Online | Thoughts on Internet Personalities
When Come Round asked me if I’d be interested in looking at their new campaign for my Kinda Book, Macmillan’s teen book imprint, I said of course. I expected a little package to arrive, with a book and maybe a leaflet about what the campaign was – and OH MY GOODNESS, THE SIZE OF THE BOX THAT ARRIVED.… Continue reading Unboxing | #MKBParty Box!
The lovely Jess from bookendsandendings tagged me in this, and I don’t usually do book tags, but I thought I’d join in! 🙂 I needed something like this to get back into the swing of blogging. Tagging: Anyone who’d like to answer these questions. What book is on your nightstand now? At the time of… Continue reading By The Book Tag | Questionnaire
If you’re wondering what Ctrl, Alt; Delete is, you’ve been living under a rock and/or haven’t used Twitter in a year. Emma Gannon, social media whizz, blogger and writer has written the memoir everyone from the Internet age needs to read. It’s a fantastic book – I couldn’t wait for it to come out, and… Continue reading Ctrl, Alt; Delete: Social Media and Me
Published 15th August 2016 by Barrington Stoke. I thought I’d make today’s post in an infographic form! I’ve been in a bit of a blogging rut recently (school, life, lack of motivation to do anything but binge netflix and sleep) and although I could write so much about this book, I wanted to summarise it really briefly… Continue reading Reasons to Read: Unboxed by Non Pratt
So, a few weeks ago, I got a Twitter notifcation. I clicked on it, wondering why on earth I’d been tagged in a thread about UKYABA – and it turns out, to my disbelief, that I had actually been nominated for an AWARD. I was convinced someone must have nominated the wrong person, but then the… Continue reading THANK YOU | UKYABA 2016
I am beyond honoured to be hosting a guest post by Cornelia Funke today. Cornelia is the author of Inkheart, one of my all time favourite books, which shaped me so much when I was younger. I really don’t think I’d be the reader I am now without Inkheart, so it’s surreal to be sharing a post with you!… Continue reading RECKLESS Blog Tour: the world behind the Mirrors and how it came to be