Bookish Friends Friday · Uncategorized

Tamika – @paperbackandflickchick

  You can follow Tamika on the following social media platforms Instagram | Blog | Goodreads      Please introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about yourself - Hi lovelies! My name is Tamika or also know as Paperback and flick chick on all my bookish socials. I am nearly 25 years old… Continue reading Tamika – @paperbackandflickchick

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WWW Wednesday

Let’s chat!

WWW Wednesday is a bookish tag hosted by Taking On A World Of Words so that I can keep my blogging world up to date with what I am currently reading! So there are three questions for this tag: What are you reading? What did you recently finish reading? What are you planning on reading next?… Continue reading Let’s chat!

Bookish · New Releases

September YA releases that I am really looking forward to!

September is really shaping up to be a great month for YA! The following releases are just a few that will really make next month a month worth reading! (Thanks to Good Reads for all the synopses) Mirage - Somaiya Daud  In a star system dominated by the brutal Vathek empire, eighteen-year-old Amani is a dreamer.… Continue reading September YA releases that I am really looking forward to!

Bookish Friends Friday · Uncategorized

Zach Jackson – @wellplayed_aus

  You can follow Zach and his Gaming New Outlet "WellPlayed" on the following social media platforms Twitter | Instagram | Well Played | Facebook   Please introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about yourself - My name is Zach Jackson and I am the Managing Editor and one of the co-founders of Australian… Continue reading Zach Jackson – @wellplayed_aus

Top Ten Tuesday

Reasons I’ve become a YA convert

The books are always what they say they are - I love picking up a book, reading the blurb and just knowing that I will enjoy it! Characters are incredibly relatable - There is never trouble to pinpoint a character that I absolutely see myself in. The authors of YA are fantastic at creating characters… Continue reading Reasons I’ve become a YA convert