Now a Major Motion Picture #BlogTour

Now a Major Motion Picture #BlogTour

Their fantasy is her reality in this bright and uplifting contemporary coming-of-age novel by the acclaimed author of Breaking Sky and You Were Here. Iris Thorne wants to blaze her own path. That’s easier said than done when you’re the granddaughter of M. E. Thorne, famous author of the Elementia series, hailed as the feminist … Continue reading

The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things #BlogTour

The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things #BlogTour

Fifteen-year-old Virginia Shreves has a larger-than-average body and a plus-size inferiority complex, especially when she compares herself to her slim, brilliant, picture-perfect family. But that’s before a shocking phone call – and a horrifying allegation – about her rugby-star brother changes everything. With irreverent humor and surprising gravity, Carolyn Mackler creates an endearingly blunt heroine … Continue reading

Luna’s Little Library is on leave

Luna’s Little Library is on leave

Please note that due to YA Shot commitments and because of a training course with work so will be on leave until the May 2018. There are still a number of scheduled blog posts going up in April but I won’t be able to post any book reviews. I’m still around on twitter. See you … Continue reading

The Bookshelf (March 2018)

The Bookshelf (March 2018)

Books reviewed this month: Bygone Badass Broads: 52 Forgotten Women Who Changed the World by Mackenzi Lee & Petra Eriksson (Illustrations) Doing It!: Let’s Talk About Sex by Hannah Witton My Brother’s Husband, Volume 1 (Otouto no Otto) by Gengoroh Tagame & Anne Ishii (Translator) Sam Wu is Not Afraid of Ghosts by Katie & Kevin Tsang with … Continue reading

A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars #BlogTour

A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars #BlogTour

A powerful, haunting, contemporary debut that steps seamlessly from the horrors of people-trafficking to the magic of African folklore, by an award-winning Ghanaian-British filmmaker. Sante was a baby when she was washed ashore in a sea-chest laden with treasure. It seems she is the sole survivor of the tragic sinking of a ship carrying migrants … Continue reading