Meet Cute Review

Publication Date: 2 January 2018 Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Short Story Pages: 320 Meet Cute is a young adult short story collection by fourteen authors. Each story follows the 'meet cute' trope. I have reviewed each story individually below. Siege Etiquette by Katie Cotugno - 3/5 stars Siege Etiquette is about a popular girl at a … Continue reading Meet Cute Review

Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer Review

Before Let You Go is essentially about the strong bond between two sisters who have struggled deeply as children. The readers get snippets of what they endured through Annie's letters every second chapter. But the heart of the story is what is happening in the present, which is from the perspective of Lexie. Annie is addicted to drugs, and is pregnant, which can be damaging to the child's health in their early years. Lexie must decide how far she wants to go to help Annie through this turbulent journey.

February Wrap-Up ✨

Hey everyone! I am kind of late for my February wrap-up this month and I think it is just because I had other posts I wanted to upload. February went by so quickly, which is very normal for February, as it is the shortest month. It was my last month off university before I went back and I honestly cannot even remember what I did! I spent the first two weeks of February reading books fairly quickly, and then it took me two weeks to finish a book. So, reading-wise, I was a bit all over the place.

March Bullet Journal Set-Up

Having a bullet journal can keep track of so many aspects of your life. I thought I would only be using it for the basics, but I have since started tracking my habits, expenses, writing, reading, and studying. Because I like how my March spread turned out, I thought I would make a blog post about it, as it does include my blog's two main interests: reading and writing.

My Favourite F/F Couples

I love the topic for this week's Top 5 Wednesday and it was really hard to narrow down my favourites. Although, I must admit I am kind of disappointed in books with f/f characters. I haven't read many that I found to be amazing and I also find that they are pretty hard to find, which means I don't get to read them very often.