June is Pride month, and as usual Books That Matter have released their June Pride box! This box was easily my favourite so far of all of the BTM boxes I have ever received, so read on to find out why…
I think it’s easiest if we get onto what was inside this box before I start telling you why I loved it so much! So, what was included?
Today I’m excited to participate in the Creative Blog Tour for Kill or Cure by Pixie Britton hosted by MTMC Tours! Kill or Cure is the gut-wrenching first book in the Kill or Cure post-apocalyptic dystopian teen fiction series. If you like feisty young heroines, struggles against chaos, and teenage love, then you’ll adore Pixie Britton’s action-packed trilogy! The ebook is ON SALE for 99p during the tour!
Thank you so much to MTMC Tours for inviting me to take part!
I’ve recently started posting on my bookstagram again, so I thought a nice return to blogging would be sharing some of my most recent pictures!
I’ve been loving the “vintage” style of bookish photography with warm brown tones, doilies, dried roses, and book pages. But I also like the “quieter”, “clean” style of photos with white backgrounds and bright colours.
It’s been a hot minute since I last posted – June, apparently. But I want to get back into blogging in 2020, because I love it and I miss it so much.
Today I thought I’d share with you my 2020 goals for reading and this blog! Last year, I read 53 books in total, which, considering how busy I was, I think is pretty good. I want to read about the same this year, as my TBR is constantly getting bigger!
Hey everyone! Today I am delighted to be interviewing Fiona Shaw, who wrote the wonderful novel Outwalkers. You can read my spoiler-free review here!
Outwalkers follows a gang of children in near-future Britain as they try to escape capture and enter Scotland where they will be safe. In a post-Brexit UK, this book is, I feel, important for anyone to read.
I have really enjoyed blogmas this year, and I hope that you have enjoyed reading my posts too! And if you’ve been writing your own blogmas posts – well done to you! I hope you had fun writing them all.
I’m just starting my annual Harry Potter “reread” – in quotation marks because I don’t think I’ve ever reached number 7, but normally get to at least number 5 – and I always do it around Christmastime because Harry Potter is just such a Christmas book for me.