Series Review: Cell 7 Trilogy by Kerry Drewery

Oh. My. Goodness. This series. THIS series. I absolutely adore all things dystopia. I have inhaled every dystopian series I could get my little bookish hands on, and this is one of the very best. I've split this review of the series by the three, but my reviews of books two and three will likely contain... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: Contemporary

Contemporary is one of my favourite genres, so it stands to reason that there will be a fair few contemporary editions of Mini Reviews. Here are some great ones I've read recently. Dear Martin by Nic Stone Dear Martin tells the story of Justyce, taken in by the police when he was trying to help... Continue Reading →

I Spy Book Challenge

Hi Everyone! I'm here today with the I Spy Book Challenge tag that my lovely friend Kelly of Kelly's Rambles tagged me to do. She tagged me an absolute age ago, and I am only just getting around to it because I am useless. The rules are to find a book that contains (either on the... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: Mental Health

This edition of Mini Reviews features main characters whose mental health difficulties are a prominent feature in their stories. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman Eleanor leads a reserved, very proper, and strict life. There are hints from the start that she has had a difficult past and that she is continuing to... Continue Reading →

Coffee and… My November Bullet Journal

Another month another set of bullet journal spreads. The Coffee: This week I am drinking the delicious Santos Manchay, a coffee from Peru roasted by my favourites over at Steampunk Coffee. The Journal:  Last month I got a bit lost with my journalling, which is a shame because I was really proud of October's spreads,... Continue Reading →

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