What Should You Read Next Based On Your Disney Opinions?

Disney and Books. aka, two of the most magical things in the world. It’s because of my love for these two things, that it simply seems logical that one should have the power to choose how and what I consume of the other, right?…

I also may or may not (I totally do) absolutely love making these quizzes. Therefore, today we’re making some tough choices about Disney characters and in return, having the often excruciatingly tough decision of what to read next taken out of our hands (or, you know, simply getting an fabulous bookish recommendation…)Read More

BookTube Collab Sign Up!

If you’d like to be involved in a *hopefully* ongoing series, in which every month or so, I’ll be posting a collaborative video on my channel, check out the sign up form below!

I posted a video in this format in 2017 and loved doing it. (check it out here) Not only was it so much fun to get so many people together but I’m pretty sure my heart grew 10x larger each time someone told me they’d not only discovered new books to read but more importantly, new BookTubers to support! I’m hoping to make it into a series on my channel and would love as many people involved as possible, no matter the size their platform or how regularly they post. Any amount of bookish and BookTube love being shared is more than perfect!

Each video will be compiled together with short clips from BookTubers and Bloggers surrounding different topics with recommendations and discussions etc. Depending on how many people sign up, *lets hope someone does* I might not be able to put everyone is every video (my middle of nowhere internet and lil’ old laptop aren’t fans of huge files…) although I will try my best! You can commit to doing one or as many videos as you’d like. It’s up to you. This sign up is just for me to gage how many people would be interested and acts as a way of me knowing who to get in touch with!

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December Reading Wrap Up ~ 2017

It’s official, the holiday season has well and truly caught up with me. It’s one of those things that somehow manages to catch me by surprise every single year, despite it happening every. single. year. I’m tired, unwell and already over 2018. (Look at me, the poster girl ‘new year, new me’ positivity…) With that being said, like many of us, I am happy to see the back of 2017 and welcome 2018 with open arms, as long as it pinky promises to do better. However, since I’m not feeling too great, I’ve not been able to film my usual monthly reading wrap up for December and since I read some wonderful books last month, I didn’t want to rob them of their time to shine. Instead, I thought I’d do a mini December wrap up here and hope that makes up for it.Read More

Rainbow Book Box Unboxing

I was recently asked by the lovely people from Rainbow Book Box if I’d like to receive a sample box of their upcoming bookish subscription service. Rainbow Book Box is a new YA subscription, specialising in diverse books. Meaning each month their box will contain a new YA release, written by BAME, LGBTQAIP+ and disabled authors. The moment I heard that this was book box focusing on diverse books and authors, I couldn’t have been more excited. I jumped at the chance to receive one, as it’s not something I’ve seen many bookish subscription services focus on. It was so refreshing to find a company actively searching for diverse books and authors to support. With that being said, let’s get on into the box because it was pretty fab…Read More

PageHabit YA Box Unboxing ~ October

Today is the day I do my first ever bookish subscription unboxing blog post. *cue the fanfare*

A few months ago, PageHabit (a bookish subscription service, with a new release sent to you each month and eight genres to choose from) asked me if I’d like to become a #PageHabitRep. With a lot of internal squealing, I of course said yes for a number of reasons. (and not only because this is one of the coolest things I’ve been asked to do!)Read More

Undercover Princess by Connie Glynn (Noodlerella) ~ Book Review

When fairy tale obsessed Lottie Pumpkin starts at the infamous Rosewood Hall, she is not expecting to share a room with the Crown Princess of Maradova, Ellie Wolf. Due to a series of lies and coincidences, 14-year-old Lottie finds herself pretending to be the princess so that Ellie can live a more normal teenage life. Lottie is thrust into the real world of royalty – a world filled with secrets, intrigue and betrayal. She must do everything she can to help Ellie keep her secret, but with school, the looming Maradovian ball and the mysterious new boy Jamie, she’ll soon discover that reality doesn’t always have the happily ever after you’d expect…

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Pick a Fall Favourite, Get a 2017 YA Autumn Release Recommendation.

We all know autumn is a pretty fab time for YA book releases, so much so that a lot of us will be either A) totally broke right now or B) slightly overwhelmed with which books to pick up first. Unfortunately, I can’t help with option A. (Believe me, I would if I could but I’m in the same boat, feeling your pain right now. *cries into empty purse*) Luckily however, I can somewhat help with option B. Hence today’s quiz, making the hard decision for you. All you need to do is pick your favourite thing about autumn, whether that be snuggly movie night in, or breathing in the autumnal air, you’ll get a 2017 September-November release recommended to you.

(Equally, you could just go through all eight options and once again overwhelm yourself with great sounding books once again…)

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