Book Review: ‘Ruabon’ by Karl Drinkwater

“Welcome to Tecant. Nothing ever happens here. Until today. Ruabon Nadarl is just another low-ranking member of the scan crew, slaving away for the UFS which "liberated" his homeworld. To help pass the time during long shifts he builds secret personalities into the robots he controls. Despite his ingenuity, the UFS offers few opportunities for a better life. … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Ruabon’ by Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: ‘Clarissa’ by Karl Drinkwater

“If you're reading this: HELP! I've been kidnapped. Me and my big sister stayed together after our parents died. We weren't bothering anybody. But some mean government agents came anyway, and split us up. Now I'm a prisoner on this space ship. The agents won't even say where we're going. I hate them. And things have started to … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Clarissa’ by Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: ‘The Kingdoms’ by Natasha Pulley

“Come home, if you remember. The postcard has been held at the sorting office for 91 years, waiting to be delivered to Joe Tournier. On the front is a lighthouse - Eilean Mor, in the Outer Hebrides. Joe has never left England, never even left London. He is a British slave, one of thousands throughout the … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Kingdoms’ by Natasha Pulley

What I Read in April

Unfortunately, my April wrap up is running super behind, but it has been a busy week and a half, and I have some big news (soon!). I had a great reading month in April, and I read 26 books, and so many were so amazing! My Top 5 Books in April The Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline … Continue reading What I Read in April

What I Read in March

As always, I’m posting my reading wrap up a little late, but despite a bank holiday weekend, I have been fairly busy. I spent the first two days with a big migraine, so I just didn’t have the strength to look at the screen, and April has started which means CampNaNoWriMo and a lot of … Continue reading What I Read in March

Book Review: ‘Thought Economics’ by Vikas Shah

“Since 2007, entrepreneur and philanthropist Vikas Shah has been on a mission to interview the people shaping our century. Including conversations with Nobel prizewinners, business leaders, politicians, artists and Olympians, he has been in the privileged position of questioning the minds that matter on the big issues that concern us all. We often talk of … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Thought Economics’ by Vikas Shah

ARC Review: ‘Act Your Age, Eve Brown’ by Talia Hibbert

“Eve Brown is a certified hot mess. No matter how hard she strives to do right, her life always goes horribly wrong - so she's given up trying. But when her personal brand of chaos ruins a wedding, her parents draw the line. It's time for Eve to grow up and prove herself - even … Continue reading ARC Review: ‘Act Your Age, Eve Brown’ by Talia Hibbert

What I Read in February

February has turned out to be even busier than January, but I still managed to read a lot (over 30 books!). I had been busy at work and we slowly started planning the publishing conference at SYP, so I have my hands full this year!  I didn’t end up writing much this month, but that’s … Continue reading What I Read in February

Book Review: ‘Grow Through It’ by Dani DiPirro

“A colourful fully illustrated guide to learning how to adopt a more positive mindset, even when the skies are grey and stormy, from a hugely popular Instagram artist. Beautifully illustrated and heartfelt, this beautiful little book shares big insights about how to stay positive in an increasingly negative world. Artist Dani DiPirro started her Instagram, … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Grow Through It’ by Dani DiPirro

What I Read in January

How the time flies. Initially, I was meant to draft this January Wrap Up way earlier, but unfortunately, last week has turned out to be busier than expected, and I have been feeling very exhausted.  But I read some great books in January, and I’d definitely recommend adding some of them to your TBR list! … Continue reading What I Read in January