The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
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Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

This post contains affiliate links I started bullet journalling a little over two years ago. My first bujo was a lined notebook, which I used to play with what worked for me. I found it therapeutic to sit down in the evenings and make it colourful but that then became difficult to maintain. I took… Continue reading Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

Calm the Fuck Down by Sarah Knight - review
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What I’ve been reading lately #12

Now that I've finished with the ol' commute for the year, it's time for my final 'what I've been reading lately' of the year. Cos we all know the real reason I work a 90-minute bus ride away is so I actually have time to read! ;) 'scuse the lack of photos for most of… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #12

Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle
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Book review: Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle

Getting a book deal is the dream for a lot of bloggers but how many of those bloggers have a unique story tell? How many have something important to say? How many have the power to actually change lives? Melissa Boyle, of Geek Magnifique, ticks all of these boxes and more. I've been following Geek… Continue reading Book review: Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle

Autumn by Ali Smith
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What I’ve been reading lately #11

As of Wednesday, I've finished 62 books so far this year. My Goodreads target was 50, so I reckon that's pretty good going, even though some of them have been on the short side. With four working weeks left of the year, I reckon I can tick off a few more yet. Here are some… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #11

One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton
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Book review: One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton

Earlier this year, I reviewed Lisa Ko's The Leavers, the first title from Dialogue Books, an imprint of Little, Brown. The publishing house is giving a platform to distinctive and marginalised voices, shining a spotlight on stories for, about and by readers from the LGBTQI+, disability, working class and BAME communities. My latest review copy… Continue reading Book review: One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton

Paw Patrol book review
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What Jenson has been reading lately #4

One of my biggest achievements when it comes to raising Jenson is his love of books. He always chooses a bedtime story (usually the same one on repeat for a few weeks) and at the end he immediately says "read it again!". He's deep in a Paw Patrol obsession at the moment, so we always… Continue reading What Jenson has been reading lately #4

The Writer Says book review
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The Writer Says

I love books, but you know what kind of books I really love? Books about other books. And writing. Most writers are readers and there are few things we love more than to find a kindred spirit who understands the struggle of writing. Whether you've just started NaNoWriMo, battled through Blogtober, or are prepping for… Continue reading The Writer Says

Easy Prey by Catherine Lo
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Book review: Easy Prey by Catherine Lo

My reading habits seem to be leaning towards the young adult genre lately, having recently read The Hate U Give, Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? and now Easy Prey by Catherine Lo. Each one has tackled a different prevalent issue, such as racism, mental health and sexting/online safety, further cementing the genre's relevance and… Continue reading Book review: Easy Prey by Catherine Lo

Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne - book review
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Book review: Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne

I mentioned in yesterday's Bibliophile post that Holly Bourne is the reason I fell back in love with young adult books in my twenties. If it wasn't for Soulmates, I would never have heard of The Spinster Trilogy, I probably would never have read The Fault in Our Stars (and subsequently everything else John Green… Continue reading Book review: Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne

Bibliophile by Jane Mount - book review
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Book review: Bibliophile by Jane Mount

The idea for my first Book Week evolved from my love of the book featured in today's post. After I signed up for Abrams + Chronicle's Bookstagram Tour for the release of Bibliophile, I decided to create a week-long series of posts celebrating all things bookish. Bibliophile: An Illustrated Miscellany* by Jane Mount really is… Continue reading Book review: Bibliophile by Jane Mount