Happy Publication Day To… Pt. 2

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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Review: Bookshop Girl by Chloe Coles

Sixteen year old Paige Turner (you read that correctly!) has been working at Bennett’s Bookshop for 2 months before recieving the news that in a month it’ll become another casualty of the high street. She decides to put her best activist foot forward in attempt to save it, but it won’t be easy in a small town like Greysworth. Along the way there will be boys, feminism, naked bodies and friendship!

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My First Readathon! 28-29th April 2018

I’ve decided to blog my experience of my first ever readathon. This is the Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon. Whether it’s a success for me or not, we shall see. My goal for this readathon is to come away with a smaller unread pile of library books, and to prove to myself that I can read a lot if I set my mind to it, as I tend to get distracted easily or put off picking a book up (I have no reason for this!)

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Review: The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven

Of course I wanted the first book I review on my blog to be this little beauty.

Izzy O’Neill is an 18 year old who lost her parents when she was young and uses humour as a coping strategy for any and all problems in her life. Oh. I almost forgot. She’s also the talk of the school after a website dedicated to how much of a whore she is gets created and contains a photo of her having sex on a bench with the Senators son.

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