Well holy Hasselhoff in a handbasket, you mean it’s 2019 already? How dare it. Not in MY TwentyGayTeen! I mean, in my TwentyBiTeen. Because that’s what year it is now.
🐯🐯🐯🐯💀//★★★★☆ How are the Napoleonic wars so blood(il)y awesome?! I think I love them so much partially because vague and misplaced patriotism, partially because everyone was fricking pengagleng.
🐯🐯🐯💀💀/★★★☆☆ Hey guys! NaNoWriMo is officially done (#completeditmate) Christmas is officially here, and it’s time for MOAR BOOK REVIEWS. Daughter of Smoke and Bone is one of THE most uber hyped, uber loved recent YA fantasy classics, and I have A LOT of thoughts. Most of them are positive. But …some…not so…?
Hello possums! This week I'm doing something a little bit cheeky -- repurposing the instagram #Prep_tober Challenge as a blog tag (mwa hahhahaa!) BUT WAIT! What is preptober, you ask? Well, it's the nickname some writers on Teh Interwebz have... Continue Reading →
🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯/★★★★★ The Old Ways is a meditation on the joy of walking. Each chapter describes a different journey which Robert MacFarlane has taken through the countryside of Britain and beyond. And holy HECK is it beautiful.
Ey up me ducks! It’s been a while since I did my last proper update. Mainly I’m still freaking out that summer has already passed us by, but I’m chuffed that August was pretty productive for me reading and writing... Continue Reading →
🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯/★★★★★ An emotionally charged story of music, abuse and, ultimately, hope. Beck hates his life. He hates his violent mother. He hates his home. Most of all, he hates the piano that his mother forces him to play hour after hour, day after day.
🐯🐯🐯🐯💀/★★★★☆ Ey up me ducks! This week I’m reviewing a gorgeous little sci-fi novella starring three of my favourite things: Sherlock Holmes, female friendships, and MOTHER FUDGING SPACESHIPS.
🐯🐯🐯💀💀/★★★☆☆ || 🐯🐯💀💀💀/★★☆☆☆ Ey up me ducks! It’s time for another double review as I merrily steam through this fantasy rom-com series. After the travesty that was Heroes Adrift, I am glad to say I enjoyed book 4 and also book 5, sort of.* Whoohoo! Aren’t novels great when they’re not randomly racist?! Who’d have known!