This is the Pride and Prejudice Book Tag 2.0, a sequel to Emma @ A Dreamer’s Library’s original Pride and Prejudice Book Tag. A million thanks to Emma for allowing me to collaborate with her on a book tag! I can’t even begin to explain how excited I was to work on this; I had the time… Continue reading The Pride and Prejudice Book Tag 2.0
“What I’m about to show you, Archmagus, will change the course of history.” Royal Bastards was one of my most anticipated releases of 2017. An epic fantasy adventure with a hint of history and a whole lot of magic, Andrew Shvarts debut was a wild, hilarious ride that I could not put down. The novel… Continue reading ARC Review: Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts
Thank you so much to Nadwa @ Painfully Fictional for tagging me! Everyone please check out Nadwa’s amazing blog here. She’s such a lovely person to talk to and writes such thoughtful reviews ❤ Here’s how it works Link back to my (BookBum’s) original post, so I can see all your answers! (Remember to do this… Continue reading Desert Island Discs Tag!!
“Everybody’s got secrets,” he says. “Right?” Thank you very much to Penguin Random House UK Children’s for providing a copy of the novel in exchange for an honest review. I am still reeling from the perfection that was this book. One of Us is Lying is a refreshing take on the YA contemporary/mystery, loosely inspired… Continue reading ARC Review: One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus
This essay was originally an evaluation of a controversy that I had to write for my publishing class at university. Because it is important and a big issue within the YA community at the moment, I thought I would post my essay on my blog. This was only a 2000 word essay for class, but… Continue reading Racism in Young Adult Fiction: Analysing The Continent Controversy, and more
Hi all! You’re probably going to be seeing quite a few tags from me in the next few weeks, only because I’m so behind on them and thought I better hurry up and do them already! So thank you to Jasmine @ How Useful It Is for tagging me in this awesome tag! Sorry it’s… Continue reading The Harry Potter Book Tag!
“It is a new world, and we must decide how we are to end this old one and begin it anew.” To invoke Ross Geller, I think Sarah J. Maas and I need to go on a break. A Court of Wings and Ruin is perhaps the most highly anticipated novel of 2017. I know… Continue reading Review: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas