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Marshmallow Skye By Cathy Cassidy  (again!)


April TBR

Hey there, Last month I only read a pathetic two books as a result of my exams in school (the end of You Know Me Well by David Levithan and Nina Lacour, and Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs) but April is looking much more optimistic. Here are the books I hope... Continue Reading →

Highly Illogical Behaviour Review

Hi there, Highly Illogical Behaviour by John Corey Whaley is a stunning, very near perfect YA book that shows the ins and outs of friendship, sexuality and anxiety in a beautiful style. Solomon is an anxious teenager with agoraphobia who hasn't left his house in three years. Lisa is an intelligent, somewhat socially challenged girl... Continue Reading →

February Flick-Through

Hey there, I've unfortunately fallen out of the habit of reading recently, but I've certainly got more into it again this month, so here's a quick February 2017 Flick-Through. Firstly, this month I re-read It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini. This. Book. Where do I even start?? Both times I've read this incredible... Continue Reading →

My Birthday 2016

It was my birthday the day before yesterday, and I've had an amazing stash of gifts from my lovely family and friends. Lots of these were either bookish, musical or arty, so I thought I'd share them with you. Books The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky: my friend read this a while... Continue Reading →

DIY Bookmarks!

Hi there, So I found a post by the lovely Shannon from The Little Wise Owl (go and follow her) about some bookmarks she made. I was inspired by her lovely lettering and simplistic patterns, so I decided to make some of my own. I'm always ripping off corners of scrap paper or shopping receipts... Continue Reading →

When I First Saw You

When I first saw you is a meme started by Sophie from sailing through books (check out her page) which seems really fun. The aim is to literally judge a book by its cover by writing a synopsis of it from just the front cover and title. Then, you look up the actual synopsis of the book and... Continue Reading →

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