In case you don't already know, I have such a fondness for graphic novels. They are a beautiful combination of art and story, and it's always great to find a brand new favourite. When Alice Oseman, one of my favourite UKYA authors, decided to start a Kickstarter campaign to transform her webcomic Heartstopper into a… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Heartstopper
Hello there lovely readers! As it's Pride month, I wanted to put together a list of books that have great LGBT+ representation in them. I've teamed up with fellow blogger Molly to bring you an extensive list of different titles. We'll be splitting the list up across our blogs to share as many titles as possible!… Continue reading PRIDE MONTH: LGBT+ Masterlist
Ah excellent, more artistic talents for me to fawn over. Seriously the art in Fence is amazing and it just makes me miss drawing so, so much. Who knows, maybe I'll pick up the pencil again one day. But anyway, back to the review! Nicholas, the illegitimate son of a retired fencing champion, is a… Continue reading GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: Fence
For the first time, I'll be attending the Young Adult Lit Con - or YALC for short! I'm really excited to go to a convention that's all about books! I'll be attending on the Saturday. I've seen lots of people planning what they're going to be doing, how many books that they're taking to be… Continue reading YALC!