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A narrative approach

The sad thing is nobody ever really knows how much anyone else is hurting. We could be standing next to someone who is completely broken. 1,697 more words

Let's Talk About... My Kind of Crazy by Robin Reul

I went into this book after reading two adult novels back to back (one of which—The Pasta Wars by Elisa Lorello is an ARC, so that review will be out when the book is released in January), so I felt like I was in a sort of slump and that I wouldn’t be able to get into a teen novel again. 562 more words

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First blog post

This is my very first blog post. I created this blog to share my books, the ones ive written and also  the ones on the way, also I’d be sharing images by a very good artistic friend of mine and lastly to share inspiring quotes and messages. 120 more words

Review: If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo

If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, LGBT+
Published by: Usborne
Pages: 290
Format: Paperback
Rating: ★★★★★

I was so desperate to read this book and I have been ever since it came out, but it was just one of those things where it was on a deal at Waterstones (buy one get one half price) and there wasn’t another book that I wanted! 1,034 more words

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Teen Fiction

The Boomerang Effect, Gordon Jack

Because of his string of pranks, Lawrence Barry is one step away from reform school unless he agrees to mentor Spencer Knudsen, a Norwegian exchange student with Spock-like intelligence but no social skills. 491 more words

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Under Rose-Tainted Skies: What It Meant To Me

Mental health is often overlooked or dismissed. Not a lot of books have helped that and they tend to romanticise it. So I’m glad that… 420 more words

Writing

A World Without Princes by Soman Chainani

After Sophie and Agatha wish for each other, they are transported back to their home in Gavaldon, where they will, presumably, live out their “ever afters”. 191 more words