Book Reviews

Why I loved My Heart Goes Bang by Keris Stainton! (Review)

40521258Ella, Lou, Issey, Liane and Paige are determined to make the most of this second year at uni. They want to have fun, but they want to focus on work. There’s no time for relationships. Except with each other. And even that’s not guaranteed. Ella and Lou have always been close, but there’s tension between Issey and Liane, and none of them even knows Paige all that well. 

But when Ella finds a magazine article with a list of men they should date before they’re 21 (someone who’s been on telly? Check; someone who’s got tattoos? Check;) they vow to complete the list before finishing university and set about it with a lot more enthusiasm than they do their studies … but will any of them end up with a full house? And when a secret from their first year comes out, it looks as if some of them might not be completing university, never mind the list …

MY HEART GOES BANG is about lectures, essays, hangovers, and flatmates; it’s about found families, finding yourself, and falling in love with people you never expected to fall in love with.

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Book Posts

Booktube in the New York Times!

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If you were anything like me, you would have logged onto Twitter a couple of days ago and noticed everyone sharing an article that the New York Times had written about the stars behind Booktube (click here to read the article). 

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Q&A with S.J. Lomas! #IndieAthon

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It’s so important to read self-published/Indie authors all year round and support everyone in the book community, so even though #IndieAthon is officially over, it’s always great to receive more recommendations and discover new authors. Today. I’m lucky enough to be hosting a Q&A with S.J. Lomas, author of several books including Dream Girl, Kiss of Death and Dream Frequency. Now for the Q&A!

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Q&A with Molly Lovell! #IndieAthon

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Even though #IndieAthon is now officially over, it’s so important to read Indie books/books by ‘small’ publishers all year round and support everyone in the book community. Today. I’m lucky enough to be hosting a Q&A with Molly Lovell, author of several books including A Sibling’s Dilemma, and her most recent novel, Mel and the Mob. Now for the Q&A!

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Q&A with Lisa Lagaly! #IndieAThon

lisa lagaly.pngAs #IndieAthon comes closer to end, I was lucky enough host a Q&A with Lisa Lagaly, author of various works including Rabiah: the Gift, Rabiah: Power and Rabiah: Stones. I will leave the links to Lisa’s pages down below if you would like to check them out! Now onto the Q&A!

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Q&A and Giveaway with Claudie Arseneault! #IndieAthon

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As #IndieAthon comes closer to end, I was lucky enough host a Q&A with Claudie Arseneault, author of various works such as the City of Spires series and Viral Airwaves. I will leave the links to Claudie’s pages down below if you would like to check them out! Now onto the Q&A!

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Q&A with Alison Evans!! #IndieAthon

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Hey everyone! As you may know, March has been the month of #IndieAthon where we try and read work from indie/small authors/publishers and show our support for everyone in the book industry. As we edge nearer to the end of the month, I have been lucky enough to host this Q&A with Alison Evans! Alison writes YA, including works such as Ida and We Go Forward. I will leave some links down below if you would like to check out some more information! Now for the Q&A!

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