“All my life has been moonlight and the stars. I can smell the sunlight racing through your veins from across a room. Sunlight and heat and salt. Always the salt.”

Erin A. Craig, House of Salt and Sorrows


The Liebster Award #5

Hiya bookish people! I was tagged by the amazing April Lee over at Booked Till Midnight . . . in November 2020. Talk about running a bit behind schedule! Even though it has taken a while for me to get around to filling in this award, I really wanna thank April for this nomination! Rules … Continue reading The Liebster Award #5

Loyalty to an author

Hiya bookish people! DISCLAIMER: This blog post was actually written and submitted for a school assessment, and so is way more formal than my normal style. I would normally add in links to relevant articles and interviews and such, and just want to make clear that just because I have some harsher opinions on the … Continue reading Loyalty to an author

Happy Halloween Eve!

Hiya bookish people! Happy Halloween! As a special Halloween post, I am here to tell you guys a bunch of spooky books you can read or start to read tomorrow, Grimm stories, movies, and a recap of some things in Alexandra’s Spooktober list that I have done! To either start, skim through, or bask in … Continue reading Happy Halloween Eve!

New Releases || November 2020

Hiya bookish people! Here are this years September YA releases! What ones are you most excited for? What books are you looking forward / did you put on your TBR this month? Emma xx

The Liebster Award #4

Hiya bookish people! So. This was from back in *hides* August! I am so sorry Lucy! Lucy has been a great email-pen-pal of mine and now I am finally getting to do her tag! The Rules of the Award Thank the person who nominated you ( thank you again Lucy! ) Answer the given questions … Continue reading The Liebster Award #4

Books that are too ✨ s p i c y ✨ for new YA readers

Hiya bookish people! Is this another list? Yes. Am I obsessed with lists? Yes. Are spreadsheets just fancier and more informative lists? Frick yeah! I started reading YA at a very young age. I started reading books categorised as ‘Young Adult’ at about age 10 – 11. Now, this may be the same as everyone … Continue reading Books that are too ✨ s p i c y ✨ for new YA readers