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Wrap Up | Books I Read in February

Hi bookworms!

Happy March! I can't quite believe how fast the year is going already. Last month I managed to read a total of 5 books and if you want to know what they were and what I thought about them, you can read my completely spoiler-free wrap up below.

The Animal Crossing Book Tag

Hi bookworms!

Today I'm taking part in the Animal Crossing Book Tag which was originally created by Bookish Things and Tea. I was tagged by my wonderful Internet friend Lottie Frances to do this (I'll leave her blog link here so you can all have a read of her fantastic content) and since I love both Animal Crossing and books I was really excited to take part in this!

The Belles

Hi bookworms! 

Before I get round to sharing my first review of 2018 with you all, I just want to wish you a very Happy New Year! I hope 2018 is a going to be a wonderful year for you all, filled with lots of happiness, health and, of course, books!

There has been lots of hype surrounding The Belles and I was very lucky enough to receive an early copy of the book which was kindly sent to me by the publishers (the official release date for The Belles is February 6th!). But without further ado, here is my review of Dhonielle Clayton's debut...

My Top 5 Favourite Reads of 2017

Hi bookworms!

I managed to surprise myself and read a total of 55 books this year. Some of them were okay, some of them were really good, and some of them were absolutely mind-blowing. With it being the final day of 2017, I thought now would be the perfect time to share my top 5 favourite reads of the year with you all. Queue the drumroll... 

Inferno (Blood For Blood #2)

Hi bookworms!

This afternoon, I have a book review of Inferno, the second Blood For Blood book by Catherine Doyle, to share with you all. It's completely spoiler free, but if you haven't read my review of the first book Vendetta yet, I recommend that you do (you can click on the italics to be sent to the review!).

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