Did Did D I can’t be the only person thinking this, but lately all my days seem to be exactly the same. I wake up, get ready for work, catch the bus, work until 1pm, eat lunch, go back to work until 5pm, get the bus home, eat, watch Netflix and work on my own stuff at home until I am ready for bed around 11pm. Thrilling, right? I know I am not doing it on purpose but lately my life is definitely stuck on autopilot, so much so days are going by faster than I ever imagined and I…

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A couple of weeks ago the Zoella Autumn Book Club was announced and after enjoying all of her previous book club picks so much I decided to buy the entire bundle from WHSmith in one go, saving myself around 40% I think. There are are eight books in the collection all together, all of which I would say fall into the Young Adult genre as that is Zoella’s main target audience for her YouTube channel and blog. It’s actually one of my favourite genres (even as a 23 year old), so there is not one book in the entire bundle…

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A couple of weeks ago the guys over at FMcM Associates asked if I wanted to receive a proof copy of the next big feminist novel, The Regulars by Georgia Clark, so of course I said yes. I was also lucky enough to get a spot on the ‘The Regulars’ Blog Tour, where I got to interview the amazing Georgia Clark for day two of the tour. Title: The Regulars Author: Georgia Clark Publisher: Simon and Schuster Publication Date: 11th August 2016 Blurb Best friends Evie, Krista and Willow are just trying to make it through their mid-twenties in New…

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I know pretty much every Harry Potter fan will have probably read The Cursed Child by now,  but just incase you haven’t I thought I’d clearly state that this review WILL include spoilers. I bought HP and the Cursed Child the day it came out, however I didn’t get a chance to read it until the Wednesday as I had been busy unpacking in my new house. I saw the book sitting on my coffee table and while having a quick break I thought to myself ”it’s okay, a few pages won’t hurt…” Three hours later I’d finished the entire…

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If you can remember my New Year’s Resolutions (which feel like they were made only yesterday btw), you’ll know I said I wanted to find the time to read more as it’s always been such a huge part of my life. So, with my life now involving a hell of a lot more reading, obviously there will be a lot more reviews coming your way. The first is How to Find your (First) Husband by Rosie Blake.   Title: How to Find your (First) Husband Author: Rosie Blake Publisher: Corvus Release Date: 2nd June 2016   Blurb It’s a beautiful…

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