Love Creekwood, Becky Albertalli

Love Creekwood is a cute little novella that follows the main Creekwood gang from Love Simon and Leah on the Offbeat. Now I absolutely loved Love Simon and Simon himself was pretty much the main reason for me picking this one up. Leah on the Offbeat wasn’t my favourite but not enough so for me... Continue Reading →

Dymocks Reading Challenge 2020 – Update #4

Hello and welcome to my third update for the Dymocks reading challenge! I am slowly working my way through and have read some books that actually apply to some of the things on the challenge list. Yay me! Still a long way to go and less and less time! If you don't know what this... Continue Reading →

The Paris Secret, Natasha Lester

The Paris Secret was an enjoyable, and dare I say, relatively light World War Two novel that focuses on the perspectives of two women, one in the past and one present day. Jumping back and forth, we have two concurrent stories throughout the entire novel, that each have their own characters, complications and resolutions. In... Continue Reading →

Beach Read, Emily Henry

Beach Read has popped up only many lists as one of the most anticipated romance books of the year and also heralded as a romance for people who don’t like romance. Having now read it, I can see why it’s been filling up my feed for both those reasons! In this one we follow January... Continue Reading →

Becoming, Michelle Obama

This is the first and so far the only autobiography I have read this year and it was a great one to start off with. I have heard good things about this one and I tend to agree with most of them and would recommend it to anyone who is thinking of picking it up.... Continue Reading →

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