Throwback Thursday: I Capture the Castle

On Thursday's I'm going to go through my shelves and pick out some favourites that I've read in previous years! First up is I Capture the Castle. What's it about? I Capture the Castle is a classic bildungsroman set in rural England. Cassandra and Rose are sisters who live in a crumbling manor-cum-castle with their … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: I Capture the Castle

This Week (and a bit) I Have Mostly Been Reading…

This week has been a bit of a quiet one, even by lockdown standards. I've been furloughed from work - which means I can't do anything work-related. The first week of May I felt really energetic and productive, as I got to work on some house-related stuff as we've still never really recovered from moving … Continue reading This Week (and a bit) I Have Mostly Been Reading…

Let’s get to know each other – bookish edition!

Hello! I’ve had this blog for some time now (though I’ve got rid of a bunch of old posts) and I’d love to resurrect it. Like a lot of people, I’ve now got some free time on my hands, so I’m going to have a go at posting more regularly. The lovely Lauren from BookishLaurenBlog … Continue reading Let’s get to know each other – bookish edition!

Tweet Cute – Blog Tour!!

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Hello to another year of books and a Happy 2020 to you all!

I am very fortunate to have been chosen to Review Tweet Cute by Emma Lord on it’s Blog Tour.

*I received an E copy of this book by the lovely publishers and author in exchange for my honest opinion/review. My review hasn’t been affected at all by this.*

Title: Tweet Cute

Author: Emma Lord

Genre: Fiction, romance, comedy, YA

Publisher: St Martin’s Press

Release date: (US) 21st January 2020

(UK) Release date February 1st 2020

Rating: 5/5⭐📚

Synopsis

From the back:

Meet Pepper, swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist. Her family may be falling apart, but their massive fast-food chain is booming ― mainly thanks to Pepper, who is barely managing to juggle real life while secretly running Big League Burger’s massive Twitter account.

Enter Jack, class clown and constant thorn in…

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Magpie Memories – Knocked Out by my Nunga-Nungas

I love the illustration of Angus on the cover. It is I, again, here with my third post on the Georgia Nicolson series!In this instalment, Georgia goes to Scotland in a "hilarious" interlude, then returns to England. She continues to see Robbie but Dave the Laugh continues to be le mouche in the ointment as … Continue reading Magpie Memories – Knocked Out by my Nunga-Nungas