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 →

Only Mostly Devastated, Sophie Gonzales

Only Mostly Devastated is a super cute, Grease inspiring LGBTIA romance that was the exact light-hearted warm read I was looking for. This modern take of one of my favourite movies ever was done really well. It definitely has Grease vibes and elements but it’s not a direct play for play which keeps it interesting... Continue Reading →

Tweet Cute, Emma Lord

Tweet Cute has popped up on a lot of anticipated books lists recently. And to be honest, that is all I knew about this book before I began it, other than the fact that the cover is super cute which always sucks me in. To my surprise it’s a YA novel – I haven’t read... Continue Reading →

The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas

Every young adult should read The Hate U Give and live Starrs life for a couple hundred pages and get to know what life might feel like from another point of view and maybe help to make the world a more compassionate place.

The Kissing Booth, Beth Reekles

I read The Kissing Booth after watching the Netflix movie, mainly because I find it interesting to compare novels to their film adaptions. In a rare outcome, I found the movie better than the book... even though the movie was only ok.

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