Showing posts from June, 2020

Mini reviews #18

My Favourite Manson Girl by Alison Umminger Publisher/Year: June 7th 2016 Atom Source/Format: e-arc | NetGalley (Thanks NetGalley/Atom!) Rating: 4/5 I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affects my opinion. This book piqued me interest in two ways - the beautiful cover and the Charles Manson aspect. (I am very interested in all things true crime and serial killers). This book was completely different to any other contemporary I've read before, and I really enjoyed it! This book has so many different elements to it, and they all come together. It is unlike any other L.A. - set, Hollywood book, and yet it doesn't shy away from those parts either. I will be looking out for Umminger's next work eagerly. Paper Butterflies  by Lisa Heathfield Publisher/Year: June 30th 2016 Electric Monkey Source/Format: e-arc | NetGalley (Thanks NetGalley/Electric Monkey!) Rating: 4/5 I received this book from the publi

A Resurrection | June 2020

I honestly cannot believe it has been almost 3 years since I last published a post here, because this little blog of mine has constantly been in the back of my mind during my time off. Over the course of these 3 years, I have started and completed my A-levels, and experienced living away from home for the first time while completing my first year at university. All through this, I have missed writing my little reviews and posting them on the internet for a small but beloved audience to read. So, tentatively, I will be dipping my toe back into reading and reviewing books, but no longer with an emphasis on Young Adult literature. It is simply not my main focus anymore, but it will always hold a special place in my heart and I will definitely continue to read and review it. At the very least, I have a duty to give feedback on the huge mountain of ebook galley I have accumulated, while also hoping that I can continue to write when my life goes back to normal, hopefully soon, and not just d