Mini reviews | Some fantastic YA picks that may have flew under the radar

Noughts & Crosses Malorie Blackman Penguin Random House | April 2017 ★★★★☆ Sephy and Callum have been friends since early childhood. And that's as far as it can go. Because theirs is a world full of prejudice, racism, distrust and mounting terrorist violence.   CW/TW: racial slurs, suicide, violence, death by hanging While in many …

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Tag Tuesday | The getting to know you tag

So I think I will begin Tag Tuesday with something I was tagged in May of last year by the lovely Ellyn @ allonsythornraxx. Rules ◊ Answer the questions ◊ Credit the creator of the tag (InkGirlWords) ◊ Nominate as many bloggers as you want (must be at least 5) How long have you been …

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Mini reviews | Small stories about love and killing

Killer Women (Crime Club Anthology #1) Multiple authors Audible | September 2016 ★★☆☆☆ Fifteen original short stories by bestselling, award-winning female crime writers that will lure you to the dark side. Twisted tales with a measure of evil, a dash of horror, and a dose of humour. I had expectations about this anthology that just …

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WWW Wednesdays |Audiobooks and thrillers everywhere!

Welcome to WWW Wednesdays, a meme that is being hosted by Sam @Taking on a World of Words. I will be posting this meme once a fortnight (on a Wednesday, obviously). The three W's are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? What are …

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Cinderella Boy by Kristina Meister | A new LGBTQ+ favourite with a few discussion points

Cinderella Boy Kristina Meister Triton Books | July 2018 ★★★★☆ When Carter meets Layla, he fumbles to charm her. He adores her sense of humor and her poise. But when she vanishes in the middle of the night, he’s left confused and determined to solve the mystery of who she is.   CW/TW: discrimination against …

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