Coffee and… The NYA Lit Fest Roundup Part 1

(This week, my coffee and I are sitting down (much later than usual) to a special post: the round up of the first ever Northern YA Lit Fest held in Preston on 24th March. Join me in reading about it, but beware you're going to need a large drink! In fact, I have so much... Continue Reading →

March in Books

This month I set out to read more books than I bought. BWAHAHAHAHAHA. That went well. I had a great bookish month, having acquired some real beauties, had a lovely evening with some wonderfully bookish friends, attended the launch of The Exact Opposite of Okay by the utterly lovely Laura Stevens and the very first... Continue Reading →

My March Book Haul

In March I said I was going to make sure I read more books than I bought in some vague attempt to control Mount TBR. Stop laughing. Yeah, okay. It didn't go exactly to plan. The Books: The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Stevens. I loved this so much, I sat up until the... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour: The Little Wedding Island

Today is my day on the tour for The Little Wedding Island. where I'll be sharing my review of this book, along with details about the book and of an exciting giveaway! Synopsis: ‘Will you… pretend to marry me?’ Bonnie Haskett loves everything about weddings. She loves her job at a national bridal magazine and... Continue Reading →

Lauren James Q and A

I am so, so very excited to be bringing you a Q and A with the amazing Lauren James today! I was invited to interview her as part of the NYA Lit Fest which I will be attending this coming weekend. Welcome to the blog Lauren! Can you tell us about The Loneliest Girl in... Continue Reading →

Q and A with Teri Terry

I am really excited to be welcoming the lovely Teri Terry to the blog today to answer some questions about her latest novel, Deception. Teri is one of the authors attending NYA Lit Fest this coming weekend, and I am more than a little starstruck at the thought of seeing her in person (I'll be... Continue Reading →

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