First of all, happy new year! Last year was a great year in terms of books and reading – I read over 100 books all from different genres and new and established authors. I also took part in book prizes this year more than before and that was a great way to read books I wouldn’t usually read and something I want to carry on this year. But now, it’s my first review of the year… the brilliant Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid – already one of the most talked about books of the year.
Today, on the blog it’s an exciting post as it’s part of a blog tour for Laura Pearson’s new novel, I Wanted You To Know.
Today, it’s a review of a wonderful short story collection that I loved deeply – and still thinking about it. It’s the brilliant Salt Slow by Julia Armfield.
It’s an exciting book review today! Today, it’s all about Jeanette Winterson’s brilliant book, Frankissstein and I think this may be in my books of the year…
Today, it’s a review about a brilliant book that I can’t wait to share. It’s the lyrical, beautiful, descriptive and mesmerising, Permission by Saskia Vogel, published by Dialogue books.
This is a book that I have been waiting and wanting to read for a very long time. It was easily one of my most anticipated reads of the year and it didn’t disappoint. Today, I’m talking all about the brilliant What Red Was by Rosie Price. Just a warning, this book is about rape, the aftermath of rape, self harm, drug abuse and more.
I’m very excited to be sharing this review with you today – it’s a book that I am in love with – even after finishing reading it. There’s also a lot of love for this book everywhere too. It’s a read that is making everyone smile and hopeful, too. It is of course, The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary.