My aim this year is to read more non-fiction – I started off the year with two great reads from Icon Books, which were both related to topics I study in school (being a sociology and media student). It’s been a while between reading these and writing about my thoughts, so enjoy these mini reviews!… Continue reading Mini Reviews: Man Up and Queer
I am sosososo ridiculously excited to be welcoming Keren David to The Bibliomaniac today, author of one of my favourite reads of last year. David is one of the eight Edge Authors on the blog of the same name. These fantastic writing talents have just released an anthology of short stories – STORIES FROM THE… Continue reading STORIES FROM THE EDGE Blog Tour: Guest Post from Keren David
Today the Changers blog tour is stopping here at The Bibliomaniac! Enjoy my post ^_^ Published 12th January 2016 by Little, Brown. Goodreads Synopsis: Changers book one: DREW opens on the eve of Ethan Miller’s freshman year of high school in a brand-new town. He’s finally sporting a haircut he doesn’t hate, has grown two inches since… Continue reading Changers Blog Tour: Book Review + Unselfies!
Published September 2015 by Hot Key Books. Goodreads Synopsis: When sixteen-year-old Toria Bland arrives at her new school she needs to work out who her friends are in a crazy whirl of worry, exam pressure and anxiety over fitting in. Things start looking up when Toria meets the funny and foul-mouthed Polly, who’s the coolest girl… Continue reading Book Review: All of the Above by James Dawson
Published 2nd July 2015 by Hot Key Books. Goodreads Synopsis: What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Struggling to deal with her brother’s death and a past she refuses to confront, Stevie knows she has problems. But she’s still furious about the fact that she’s been packed off to a health clinic, in the middle of… Continue reading Book Review: Paperweight by Meg Haston
Published 1st January 2015 by David Fickling Books. Goodreads Synopsis: Two boys. Two secrets. David Piper has always been an outsider. His parents think he’s gay. The school bully thinks he’s a freak. Only his two best friends know the real truth – David wants to be a girl. On the first day at his new… Continue reading Book Review: The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
I was sitting at my computer, procrastinating by scrolling through my twitter feed, last Friday night. I was completely stuck for blog post ideas: I’ve been so behind with blogging because the first term at school has been hectic, to say the least! I’ve been very aware of the inspiring, brilliant #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign on Twitter… Continue reading DIVERSITY IN YA: Book recommendations!