Happy Friday, friend! You might have noticed that all my URLs and usernames have changed this week so I just wanted to drop in and quickly tell you all about the new changes to my blog.
Hello, again! I’m back with another book review. Today I’m going to be talking you through my thoughts about new thriller: The Girls Are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn. This is a college-based revenge thriller where two former best friends are beckoned to their reunion to deal with the consequences of what they did ten years ago. It’s mysterious, gripping and super intense! (And if I may say so myself, it’s a must-read for fans of Pretty Little Liars.) So without further ado, let’s get into my book review!
If you’re a booklover, you’ll know that Thursday was World Book Day. As a family of booklovers, it’s one of our favourite days of the year. It’s up there with Christmas and Pancake Day. We celebrate our love for books by scoping out the release announcements, pre-ordering our £1 books and spending the day itself all cosied up, reading to our heart’s content. It’s a lot of fun. This year, we went with a Supertato theme by reading FOUR Supertato books by Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet and making our very own Supertato. So today, I’m going to be sharing mini book reviews plus an easy peasy Supertato craft!
Have you read an anti-racism book yet this year? Not yet? Well, I challenge you to read at least one in 2021. There are so many books that raise the issue of systemic racism from non-fiction to genre fiction and everything in between so you’re bound to find a book that works for you. (I’ll include some links to listicles at the end if you need some recommendations!) And today I’m going to be talking about one anti-racism book in particular. That book is The Black Friend: On Being a Better White Person by Frederick Joseph.
I don’t know about you but I’m always drawn towards stories about witches. Nothing too fantastical, of course. I prefer more of a contemporary urban setting. And the book that I’m going to talk about today ticks all of my boxes. The Coven is a hard book to define. Is it a thriller? A fantasy? Maybe even a dystopian? I honestly don’t know because it’s ALL of those things. It’s genre-bending in such an interesting way which really worked for me. So yeah, let’s talk about The Coven by Lizzie Fry!
Hello and happy Friday! This week has been another slumpy-feeling one. And yet somehow, I still have books to discuss. Five books in fact! This includes two upcoming releases that you might be interested in hearing about. So without any further ado, let’s talk books!