Ida By Alison Evans Genre: Sci-Fi Age: YA/New Adult Published by: Echo Publishing (January 2017) Format: e-ARC Source: NetGalley Star Rating: How do people decide on a path, and find the drive to pursue what they want? Ida struggles more than other young people to work this out. She can shift between parallel universes, allowing her to follow alternative […]
Talking Music With Benjamin Zephaniah and Club Inégales My first term at university has definitely been an interesting one: 3 A.M. fire alarms; living on pasta for a week straight because I didn’t have any other food and living with eight guys out of a flat of ten (imagine from that what you will; I’m pretty […]
Cruel Heart Broken By Emma Haughton Genre: YA Published by: Usborne (1st July 2016) Pages: 336 Format: Paperback Two impulsive decisions. Two toxic secrets. Too many hearts broken. Laurie is a good girl. So everyone thinks. But seven months ago, she did something she can’t undo. And it’s tearing her apart. Charlie used to be her best […]
I love my music and I thought it would be able to create some soundtracks to go along with the books that I read. Unfortunately, I figured that I wouldn’t be the first one to have this idea and decided to have a hunt around on the interwebs as a result. Low and behold, I […]
Hey guys! So, I’ve been looking for a way to get back into blogging and I thought a book tag would be great way to start. Now, considering Pokémon Sun and Moon are going to be released very, very soon (I am so ready) I thought that the Pokémon Go Tag from Read At Midnight would be a great way […]
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I came up with this little piece yesterday. It was written whilst I was listening to ‘Lights Down Low by MAX’, a song I only came across a couple of days ago and instantly fell in love with (the video is below!). I guess this poem is the opposite of the song, but I suppose […]
Here is an expert from my first review for OnlineBookClub. Evarance – Rise of the Shadows By Bonnie M. Clark Rachel Summers struggles to find her identity in a family which she believes she looks nothing like. As the twelve-year-old continues to question who she is, she gets trapped in the world of her dreams along […]
Hi! I just wanted to announce that I’m officially a member of the Review Team for onlinebookclub.org. I’ve just had my first book review published and I’m very proud of it, so I’d love it if you guys could head on over and give it a read (I’ll post an excerpt along with a link […]
You know what? I look into your eyes, Shining shards of glass – Windows to something I can’t see, And I wonder. To see my reflection is a strange thing, Staring back at me hopelessly distorted. I wonder what you see. Do you see The unfaltering smile that I carry, Only in your presence? Sometimes I […]
Hi there! I'm Renée and welcome to my blog.
Now for a little insight into my not-so ordinary life! Well...the only reason I say not so ordinary is because of the fact that I've lived with Cerebral Palsy (or CP) my entire life - otherwise I'm just like any other eighteen year-old college student living in England.