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Diversity - Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman

Hey Guys, 

Today I want to do something new on my blog and its a book recommendation that featured Diversity. 

I don’t know if it’s because I’m older or if its because I’ve been studying it lately but I’ve been drawn to the fact there is so much inequality in the world. 869 more words


December TBR


Doing these monthly TBR lists is my favourite part of blogging. I love making the lists of all the books I want to read, although I have a terrible habit of not sticking to them. 206 more words


Noughts & Crosses

Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman
This is like my fifth time rereading it and I still love it even more. Noughts & Crosses is such a really good and sad book and the ending is so sad! 160 more words

Blog Post

Treasure your library

It’s not new, this idea of saving libraries. People are working hard to prevent closures, or this idea of ‘merely’ giving the school librarian the sack, leaving the books to look after themselves. 280 more words


REVIEW: Chasing the Stars by Malorie Blackman


The day you buy your first teen fiction book is a BIG DEAL and I remember mine perfectly. Standing in Waterstones, eleven years old with pocket money in hand and my mum behind me inspecting what I was going to pick. 951 more words

Book Reviews

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

September 27: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List
Following an amazing three days at YALC in July, meeting and listening to dozens of wonderful YA authors, I decided to make this autumn about finally reading many of their novels. 559 more words

General Musings

REVIEW: Boys Don't Cry - Malorie Blackman

Score: 5/5

Malorie Blackman is a phenomenal writer, her success with the Noughts and Crosses Series proves that, and she managed to do it again with one of her lesser-known novels – Boys Don’t Cry. 204 more words