I decided to try something new for my blog tour stop for the lovely Akemi Dawn Bowman's book Starfish. I thought I'd attempt a reading vlog so you could get my thoughts as they happened rather than a review that consists of "OMG I LOVED THIS BOOK UGHHHH" because you deserve better content than just that!
However, I spend 90% of this vlog hating on Kiko's mum and I also spend a good chunk of time trying to figure out why someone like Kiko's mum was even with a Japanese guy in the first place since she can't stand her kids heritage... I also swear far too much but I'm Scottish and angry because Kiko is so precious and I love her and her damn mother is a hot mess who needs therapy and a good slap.
I'm still mad... can you tell? I'll stop rambling now and leave you guys with my vlog below! Don't forget to check out all the other wonderful bloggers who are taking part in the blog tour and be sure to pick up a copy of this stunning book!
Ink Road Books have done it again. What is it with every single book of theirs being incredible? (Well, at least 3 out of 4 as I'm still yet to read The Jungle!) When they contacted me about being a part of the blog tour for 'T is for Tree' by Greg Fowler, I immediately said yes.
This is the story of Eddy, a boy who is different. He has spent his whole life in his bedroom and knows nothing of the world outside of it until Reagan moves in next door and introduces him to things - including jam sandwiches.
I gave T is for Tree 4.5 stars because it broke my heart, filled me with hope and enlightened me into the minds of other people by reminding me that people are never what they look like on the outside.
*I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review by Ink-Road Books. This has no influence on my review.* Also, make sure to stick to the end for a creative twist to my blog post and a
SUPER EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT!!!
Can you believe it’s been a year since the DIMILY trilogy ended? It feels like no time has passed since I saw Estelle tweet about her book and decided to read it chapter by chapter as she posted it and now, 6 years later, it’s a best-selling series published in multiple countries. I’m so proud of how far this girl from Peterhead has come and at just 20 years old she has now published her fourth novel (anyone else feel a little inadequate? Just me?).