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Happy Friday!

I recently read under rose tainted skies and it gave me an idea for book recommendations.

I drop these books together because they deal with mental illness, disability and now I don’t mean to sound crude but people who are sequestered in their house for a greater part of the story. 430 more words

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No Reptiles

I got this tattoo last weekend. It’s not an attempt to openly display my hatred of snakes and lizards (snakes are cool I suppose – whatevs), but rather something that I’ve been planning on getting for a while to mark a period of positive change in my life. 377 more words

77 Everything, Everything

by Nicola Yoon, 2015

I picked up this book from the library on November 9 last year. After a dim day, I needed something quick and light in which to lose myself. 604 more words

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Everything Everything Review

  • Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
  • Pages: 306
  • Publishing Date: September 1, 2015
  • Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
  • My Rating: ★★★★★

Goodreads Page

I’ve heard nonstop chatter about Everything Everything and Nicola Yoon. 385 more words

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£250,000 for UK creatives. Has it been distributed fairly?

There’s been some controversial news bopping about in the world of music these past few days. I was, as usual, battling through the Facebook forest of music pledges, newly birthed band pages, pleas from small-town garage bands promoting their new album, and of course, the odd Donald Trump patter, when I spotted it. 477 more words

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Review 5 'Everything Everything' Nicola Yoon

Hi guys,

Review time – Everything Everything, Nicola Yoon.

Spoiler alert!

Everything Everything is the tale of Madeline, a young girl who has spent the last 18 years trapped in her own home due to her medical condition. 573 more words

Everything, Everything | Review

★★

When I saw that Everything, everything was available to download from my library, I was pretty excited; it’s such a hyped young adult book, so I was looking forward to reading it. 309 more words

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