The Similars by Rebecca Hanover Book Review

It has been a significant amount of time since I've been able to fully immerse myself in a YA novel. Rebecca Hanover's The Similars managed to engage me thoroughly throughout my reading experience. The book itself is set in a futuristic setting where technology has developed and expanded. Students have "plums" instead of phones with a... Continue Reading →

Little Moments of Love by Catana Chetwynd Mini-Review

I think most people are familiar with Catana and her hilarious comic strips that she posts on her Instagram. When I heard she was releasing a book, I was desperate to own a copy My boyfriend surprised me with a copy on our anniversary, so we sat down and flicked through the pages together, chuckling... Continue Reading →

Normal People by Sally Rooney Book Review

There is a reason as to why this book is so acclaimed and why this book was chosen to be Waterstones' Book of the Year. Sally Rooney has managed to write an emotive, heartbreakingly vulnerable novel that anybody could relate to. Her characters Connell and Marianne, whom which we follow throughout the chapters, are growing,... Continue Reading →

A Heart of Thoughts: Maintaining Friendships

Friendships are one of the most complex and delicate things that humans experience throughout their life. Yet they can end up being more emotional and heartbreaking than a romantic relationship (in my opinion). One of my closest friends phrased it perfectly: When you become friends with someone, you don't have any thought in the back... Continue Reading →

2019 Book Releases I Want to Read

I can't lie, my friend Rose inspired me to post this list when she mentioned she was compiling a list of 2019 book releases she wants to read. So, I decided to do the same (not that my TBR list really needs it!) <Disclaimer: These are all just based on my attraction to their synopsises,... Continue Reading →

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