Bookshop Girl by Chloe Coles!
I just had to give this amazing book (and amazing author!) its own post. It’s one of my favourite books and deserves all of the love. Lovely Chloe herself invited me to the launch party of Bookshop Girl so I went to that last night and had a lot of fun. What could go wrong when pink dolphin balloons and vodka jelly shots are involved?
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Hi everyone, I don’t know about you but I feel like May lasted forever! I read 12 books over the course of the month, 13 if you include a re-read, which honestly is very surprising to me because I thought I had a bit of a poor reading month.
Continue reading “May 2018 Wrap Up / June Goals”
Mental health is something I really struggle with, and coincidentally this week has been quite a rough one for me. I wasn’t too sure what to post about MHAW as I’m fairly open all year round (especially on my twitter), until the idea popped into my head to post about some books I’ve read and appreciate that speak about mental health!
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Juniper Lemon uses index cards to rate how she feels each day since the death of her sister Camilla. On day 65, she discovers that Cam was in a secret relationship (and that she was going to break it off). This letter was wrote on the day of the accident, and Juniper decides to try and find out who the mystery person is. In the evening of day 66 she realises index 65, the index where she confessed something no one can find out, is missing. Will she be able to find what she’s looking for, and get the closure she desperately needs?
Continue reading “Review: Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel”
Hi everyone! I’m currently feeling really determined to smash through some of my TBR (which makes a big change from me saying recently that I’m lacking motivation), so I’m hoping I have a successful time reading in the upcoming days/weeks! Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 2nd May 2018”
Hello everyone! I felt like April was a rather rocky month for reading, between the 4th-11th I was travelling and I’d planned on being way more productive than I ended up being. A mix of exhaustion and poor mental health meant I was really lacking motivation throughout the month, but the readathon I joined in on on the 28th helped. Still, I managed to read 10 books, and I’m hoping making this post sets me off on the right foot for this month!
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