Blog Tour · Guest Post

And Then We Ran Blog Tour: Katy Cannon’s life in photos

I’m super excited to be sharing a guest post with you today, from Katy Cannon! Her latest book, And Then We Ran, is released this week. One of the reasons I enjoyed it was there’s an emphasis on photography, as the protagonist is trying to pursue her goal of becoming a photographer after she realises she has… Continue reading And Then We Ran Blog Tour: Katy Cannon’s life in photos

Book Review

Book Review: Lost Stars by Lisa Selin Davis

Related posts: Blog Tour: Lisa Selin Davis on the novels that inspired her Published 16th October 2016 by Hot Key Books. Goodreads Synopsis: In the aftermath of her older sister’s death, sixteen-year-old Carrie is taken under the wings of her sister’s friends, and finds herself forsaking the science nerds of her former life and slipping into… Continue reading Book Review: Lost Stars by Lisa Selin Davis

Book Review

Book Review: Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

Published September 2016 by Bloomsbury. Goodreads Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Snow lives within the walls of the Whittaker Institute, a high security mental hospital in upstate New York. Deep down, she knows she doesn’t belong there, but she has no memory of life outside, except for the strangest dreams. And then a mysterious, handsome man, an orderly in… Continue reading Book Review: Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

Book Review

Book Review: Wonderboy by Nicole Burstein

Published August 2016 by Andersen Press. Goodreads Synopsis: A funny and frank superhero story set in the world of Othergirl. Joseph ‘Wilco’ Wilkes is one of life’s loser’s – he’s picked on, pushed around, and bullied by the rugby boys at the posh private school he attends on a scholarship. But his life is about to… Continue reading Book Review: Wonderboy by Nicole Burstein

Book Review · Discussion

Book Review and Film Discussion: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton

Today’s post isn’t a conventional review! I was kindly sent a copy of Arthur Braxton, a book I have wanted to read for months, and given that the movie adaptation is out soon (and that this new edition of the book has just published), I thought I would make this review a part-discussion, too! I’ve been a… Continue reading Book Review and Film Discussion: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton