The Costa Book of the Year 2017: The Awards Ceremony

December last year was an exciting time for me and my blog, as I began working with Costa Coffee on the Costa Book Awards 2017*! I reviewed the four books shortlisted in the Children’s category, and what an incredible line up it was: Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans, Moonrise by Sarah Crossan, The Explorer by Katherine Rundell and The Island…

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Review: A Week to be Wild By JC Harroway: Mills & Boon Blog Tour
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Review: A Week to be Wild By …

If you’re into books (which I assume you are considering you’re currently reading a review on a book blog!) then you’ve most likely heard of Mills & Boon. They are the number one romantic fiction publisher after all. A British brand founded in 1908, Mills & Boon books are sold all over the world, with one book selling every 4…

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The Wildest Dreams January Unboxing: Into The Jungle
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The Wildest Dreams January Unboxing: Into The …

On Friday I came home to a very exciting parcel: my first ever Wildest Dreams Book Box! A few months back, I was very luckily (and gratefully) chosen to be a rep for Wildest Dreams and so Zoe, the lovely creator of the box, very kindly sent this out to me. I was obviously beyond happy when I was chosen…

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Review: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
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Review: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black was one of my most anticipated reads of 2018 so I couldn’t wait for the New Year to roll around and for this to be posted through my letter box (I actually had to get this re-delivered because it wouldn’t fit the first time but that doesn’t sound as good). Anyway, every since I…

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Review: Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu with Q&A!
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Review: Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu with …

In late 2017 I received a copy of Batman: Nightwalker* by Marie Lu (thank you Penguin, especially Sarah!) and I’m so grateful because this was definitely an anticipated release of mine! I was majorly excited when I saw the parcel sat in my porch and ripped it open with more enthusiasm than was probably necessary. With my dad being a huge comic…

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