January Book Birthdays!

There’s nothing quite like a book birthday! In celebration of some fantastic up and coming books, I’m going to show you the books I’m most excited about being released this month! Now, as I live in Australia, there’s a chance that my publication date might be different. If I notice a difference, I’ll let youContinue reading “January Book Birthdays!”

THE OPPOSITE OF FALLING APART – Micah Good (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B+ (80%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 Following Jonas and Brennan through their unlikely first meet, and onto the friendship they form is one of the cutest and most frustrating things ever. Jonas (who I keep accidentally calling Jonah) has unfortunately ended up in a car accident that stoleContinue reading “THE OPPOSITE OF FALLING APART – Micah Good (Honest Review)”

My Overambitious TBR of 2020

Like most booklovers, I have plans of reading a bucketload this year. I’m setting my usual 50 book reading goal to 75 (but striving for 100–though I’m not certain how well that’s going to pan out with both Uni and fulltime work calling my name). I also want to spend more time on this blogContinue reading “My Overambitious TBR of 2020”

All the Books I Read in 2019!

I was supposed to split this post up into two. Do half of it in July and then the other half now, but you know, sometimes plans don’t work out and you have to work twice as hard now because past-you was just lazy. Well… that’s what I’m experiencing now. Let’s dive into what I’veContinue reading “All the Books I Read in 2019!”

Best YA Books of the Decade!

As we come swinging to a close, getting ourselves ready for the Roaring Twenties, I’m doing what I’ve seen a few bloggers and vloggers do, which is wrap up the decade with their top 10 favourite books from each of the years between 2010 and 2019. I initially spotted this idea on PeruseProject‘s YouTube channel,Continue reading “Best YA Books of the Decade!”

CATWOMAN: SOULSTEALER – Sarah J. Maas (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – Urban FantasyTarget Audience: 12+Rating: A (92%)Goodreads Rating: 5/5 As anyone that’s been following me for any length of time might know, I have an obsession with Sarah J Maas. I find all of her books absolutely fantastic, and although it took me a hot minute to get my sweatyContinue reading “CATWOMAN: SOULSTEALER – Sarah J. Maas (Honest Review)”

CATCHING TELLER CROW – Ambelin Kwaymullina & Ezekiel Kwaymullina (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – Magical Realism – #loveozyaTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B (78%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 This story begins not too long after the passing of Beth Teller, told from her point of view. Normally, I’d be very hesitant about reading a book like this (as it isn’t my cup of tea usually), but afterContinue reading “CATCHING TELLER CROW – Ambelin Kwaymullina & Ezekiel Kwaymullina (Honest Review)”

SORCERY OF THORNS- Margaret Rogerson (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – FantasyTarget Audience: 12+Rating: A (92%)Goodreads Rating: 5/5 Elisabeth is raised amongst the talking books of a magical library. There’s nothing she knows more than three very important things. The first, is that all sorcery is evil. No one that dabbles in magic is good news. The second, is thatContinue reading “SORCERY OF THORNS- Margaret Rogerson (Honest Review)”

STARWORLD – Audrey Coulthurst & Paula Garner (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – Contemporary – LGBTTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B+ (82%)Goodreads Rating: 5/5 Goodreads description: Sam Jones and Zoe Miller have one thing in common: they both want an escape from reality. Loner Sam flies under the radar at school and walks on eggshells at home to manage her mom’s obsessive-compulsive disorder, wonderingContinue reading “STARWORLD – Audrey Coulthurst & Paula Garner (Honest Review)”

MOONRISE – Sarah Crossan (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B+ (82%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 This book is told in prose and despite thinking I wouldn’t like how it was told at the beginning, I actually loved it. Following Joe, the much younger brother of a convicted criminal, we learn about how his life has been sinceContinue reading “MOONRISE – Sarah Crossan (Honest Review)”