• top 5 tuesday

    Top 5… books with disability

    Hello bookworms!! Happy Tuesday!! This coming Thursday (or 3 December) is International Day of People with Disability (aka IDPwD). And to celebrate, today’s Top 5 Tuesday is top 5 books with disability. I really wanted to highlight this day because it’s something very close to my heart. Partly because I have family, friends and colleagues with disability. And partly because…

  • Mini reviews banner: Reviewathon edition, featuring She's got Game, The Gamer's Guide to Getting the Girl, Mooncakes and The Tea Dragon Festival

    Mini reviews: The #Reviewathon edition #1

    Good morning bookworms! We are OFFICIALLY just past a third of the way into ARC August, so I am keen to post some of my ARC reviews. Although I’ve been pushing through them so quickly (HUZZAH!) that I actually don’t have enough days to do full reviews for each book… so what’s a gal to do? Well, mini reviews seem…

  • Book review: The Bride Test

    The Bride Test – Helen Hoang

    Release date: 7 May 2019 Goodreads link Book Depository link Rating The Bride Test (The Kiss Quotient, #2) blurb: Khai Diep has no feelings. Well, he feels irritation when people move his things or contentment when ledgers balance down to the penny, but not big, important emotions – like grief. And love. He thinks he’s defective. Khai’s family, however, understand…

  • Book review: The Kiss Quotient

    The Kiss Quotient – Helen Hoang

    Release date: 30 May 2018 Goodreads link Book Depository link Rating The Kiss Quotient (The Kiss Quotient, #1) blurb: Stella Lane thinks mathematics is the only thing that unites the universe. She comes up with algorithms to predict customer purchases – a job that has given her more money than she knows what to do with and far less experience…

  • Book review: The Boy Who Steals Houses

    The Boy Who Steals Houses – C.G. Drews

    Release date: 4 April 2019 Goodreads link Book Depository link Rating The Boy Who Steals Houses blurb: Can two broken boys find their perfect home? Sam is only fifteen but he and his autistic older brother, Avery, have been abandoned by every relative he’s ever known. Now Sam’s trying to build a new life for them. He survives by breaking…

  • Rowling is appeasing fans by shoehorning diversity into HP

    Good morning bookworms! I thought that I would bring you all another sunshine and rainbows discussion post this month since the last one was so well received! If you haven’t read last month’s instalment, and are looking for a fun post as bright and happy as bunnies, probably don’t click this link: Main character deaths are necessary. This month, I…