I’d first heard of Rosie Loves Jack at YALC last year, where Osborne publishing were pushing the release of it. I had hyped it up a lot since i’d heard some pretty great things, along with the amount of backing it had for a new author and contemporary novel. I sort of wish i hadn’t hyped it up in my head as much as i did.
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I picked up Gracefully Grayson last year once we started to up our game with our LGBTQ+ Book Club. I figured at some point that the day would come when we wanted a trangender representative book – although that day has come and gone, we didn’t read Gracefully Grayson, so i picked it up myself.
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I have had Trouble on my shelves for a long time now, and as this is my third year of YALC and adoring Non, i felt like it was finally time to actually read one of her books. I’ve heard a lot of mixed reviews of Trouble, but i wanted to find out for myself what i thought.
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*A big thanks to a pal Kimi for letting me read her advanced copy of this book!*
For any of you who are new around here, i absolutely adore the entire Fletcher family. Every single one of them. Having read every book that Tom and Giovanna have released separately now, i thought that Eve Of Man would be my absolute dream book. I wish i hadn’t have found it so ‘meh’.
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It’s been quite a long time since i sat down and read a graphic novel. I’ve felt like i haven’t had the time to sit and read one in one sitting (which is what i usually do) so i’ve ignored that section of my book shelves all together. However, i sat down with Paper Girls after having it on my shelf for over a year, finally.
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I received an Advanced Readers Copy of Blackbird i exchange for an honest review.
I’ve had my eye on ND Gomes as an author for quite a while. Dear Charlie was her first release last year, and i always found it had an interesting story-arc. When i released ARC’s of Blackbird were circling, i jumped at the chance to grab one.
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I picked up The One Memory of Flora Banks quite a while ago in the hope it was a contemporary that i would enjoy. I knew very little about it before i picked it up. And surprise surprise, it was YALC that pushed me in to reading it.
Continue reading “The One Memory Of Flora Banks by Emily Barr – Review”