Well, we made it, we actually got through January. Isn't it just the longest month?! Now, if you aren't new around here then the title of this post will already be quite familiar, but if this is your first time here then firstly welcome and secondly let me just quickly explain what my 'in a… Continue reading My January in a nutshell (2020)
TITLE: 999 The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz AUTHOR: Heather Dune Macadam PUBLISHED: 2019 I received an eARC copy of this title from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. My thanks goes to NetGalley and the publisher Kensington Books for the opportunity to review this book. Slovakia, March… Continue reading A book review: 999 The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz (ARC)
There ended up being a couple of glitches with this post so I took it down and am reposting it in the hope that WordPress doesn't let me down again...so if you've already read this one and you're getting another notification for it then I'm sorry! It's times like this that I wish I wasn't… Continue reading How do you avoid feeling depressed about the news?
TITLE: Follow Me, Like Me AUTHOR: Charlotte Seager PUBLISHED: January 2020 I received an eARC copy of this title from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. My thanks goes to NetGalley and the publisher Pan Macmillan for the opportunity to review this book. This is the story of two sixteen year old girls; Chloe… Continue reading A book review: Follow Me, Like Me (ARC)
Last year I decided to have a look at my overflowing bookshelves and pick out some books that had been there for ages that I was going to finally make the effort to read. My thought process was that if I wrote and published a post then I would be far more likely to pick them… Continue reading The books I plan on reading this year (2020)