June Wrap-Up

I’m still working out whether wrap-ups are something I want to do each month. On one hand, it seems slightly unnecessary, but then it’s a nice summary to look back on at the end of each month and puts all my reviews for the month in one place for someone to glance at! So I… Continue reading June Wrap-Up

REVIEW: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont by Elizabeth Taylor

Part of the project of setting up my blog was to try and do a written review of every book I read, because I think the skills, practice and experience that doing that will give me will be extremely valuable. Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont isn’t the typical book you would see reviewed on a… Continue reading REVIEW: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont by Elizabeth Taylor

My 1st year uni experience PART 1! Moving away from home and making friends…

I’m writing this one week after I’ve returned home for the summer holidays, and I’m already planning how I can spend my next two years’ worth of holidays in my university city. Coming home feels almost like a regression in the lessons I’ve learnt at university and the ways in which I’ve changed. People expect… Continue reading My 1st year uni experience PART 1! Moving away from home and making friends…

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren REVIEW

3.75*/5 I don’t usually give out such specific ratings, but I found Autoboyography difficult to judge. It is definitely above the average 3* rating but didn’t quite hit a 4*. I think it’s also interesting to note here that Christina Lauren is the name of a writing duo who have released almost 20 books, so… Continue reading Autoboyography by Christina Lauren REVIEW