Building on the success of Undercover Princess, author Connie Glynn smashes it out of the park with a sequel fit for a princess.
Hi everyone, I just wanted to write a quick preface to this review because I wanted to try something a little different and make these reviews a bit more structured. That way I think it will make it easier for people to skip to the information they’d like to know about and it will makeContinue reading “Eve of Man by Giovanna Fletcher and Tom Fletcher: Book Review”
I am more than a little bit late with my review of this book (this book was published in the UK on March 15th) but my life has been very hectic recently so I didn’t have time to properly sit down and finish this book till now. I also just want to quickly mention atContinue reading “Book review: Ready to Fall by Marcella Pixley”
I’ll start by saying that it feels like forever since I’ve written anything for this blog, and while forever is a bit of a stretch; I have not been sticking to my regular once a week programming (you know if we actually pretend I ever have). This is to be honest due to my regularContinue reading “Book Review: How To Stop Time by Matt Haig”
Main image: © Jillian Tamaki, used with permission. This also happens to be my favourite piece of artwork from This One Summer (Jillian and Mariko Tamaki). This One Summer is a collaboration between cousins Mario Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki, it follows the story of Rose, someone who is starting to nosedive into the world of puberty. The story takesContinue reading “This One Summer: Graphic Novel review”
Turtles All the Way Down centres on 16 year old Aza Holmes who suffers from multiple anxiety disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder. The plot covers friendship, loss, living with mental health issues and a bunch of other random bits that make the book great. As I don’t suffer with obsessive compulsive disorder, I found the lookContinue reading “Turtles All the Way Down: Review”
A book review of Connie Glynn (aka Noodlerella)’s debut novel, Undercover Princess (part of the Rosewood Chronicles series).
Image: The Kawaii Kollective I don’t know what it’s like to be poor (sure, my family were not what I would have called ‘well off’ but we were far from poor); I don’t know what it’s like to be black; whether I’m ugly or not is subjective and my cooking skills can be pretty decent dependingContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Alice Walker ‘The Color Purple’”
For those of you who don’t know already, I’m still what I would describe as fairly new to Youtube. I remember my sisters when they were younger (and still today to a certain extent) enthusing over their favourite Youtubers, and they even went to Summer in the City (while my mum and I strolled aroundContinue reading “Reviewing Youtuber books: Emma Blackery ‘Feel Good 101’”
Image: Pexels It’s been a lot more than a hot minute since I’ve written a post for my feminist reading journey series so I thought now would be a good time to have a bit of a catch up and discuss what’s happening with the series. So sit down, have a cup of tea (orContinue reading “Update: What’s happening with my Feminist Reading Journey”