I know it's just over two months into the year, but at this point Nina Is Not OK* is currently my favourite out of the ten I have read so far in 2017 at the time of writing this review. Shappi Khorsandi may be a familiar name to you because she is a comedian. When I … Continue reading Review: Nina Is Not OK by Shappi Khorsandi.
"The thing about brains, which you might not know, is they're not just one ball of jelly. They're all divided into bits, and some bits are great and some are just a waste of space. In my humble opinion." Finding Audrey is my first Sophie Kinsella book and it has definitely left me keen to … Continue reading Review: Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella.
You may recall me saying that I was going on a book buying ban for the month of May... Clearly, that hasn't worked out. In my defence I actually only paid for one of these book myself and that's because it was the third book in the series and therefore I coudn't go on without … Continue reading May Book Haul.
"What you put out there and what people take away are two totally separate things. People's minds process things in diverse ways. Everyone lives in different worlds, which is sort of sad but also has potential if you can work out how to turn it to your advantage." - Ann Morgan. I received a digital … Continue reading Review: Beside Myself by Ann Morgan.
"Am I more than you bargained for yet? I've been dying to tell you anything you want to hear Cause that's just who I am this week" - Fall Out Boy. If you follow me on Twitter you will know that I went to see Fall Out Boy on Tuesday. If you don't, then it's … Continue reading Fall Out Boy.
"Depression: a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest." Unfortunately, today I have bad news: I do not have a book review to post. I'm sorry and while I know that I don't necessarily need to justify my lack of book review for a Monday, I feel like I should give … Continue reading Depression.