Kate Ling’s debut novel, The Loneliness of Distant Beings, was my top pick of 2016 and remains firmly in my list of all-time favourite books. Space, dystopia and forbidden romance mixed with a meaningful message about mental health made me fall head over heels for this story. Set on Ventura,… View Post

My number one book of 2016 was Kate Ling’s incredible debut The Loneliness of Distant Beings, which is why I am so, so excited to be bringing you the cover reveal of its sequel today. When I read The Loneliness of Distant Beings last year, it didn’t take me long to realise that… View Post

I love the start of a New Year, don’t you? The fresh start always leaves me feeling completely inspired and motivated and that’s a feeling I truly relish. It ca n be pretty tricky to keep that feeling going beyond January, but this year I’m determined to stay inspired all… View Post

As I’m writing this I’m feeling a tiny bit defeated. It may have been my best ever book-reading year with a total of 46 under my belt, but I had really wanted to manage a book a week! I never want to put too much pressure on myself to read… View Post

I had always thought that pop-up books are designed just for children, but it turns out I couldn’t have been more wrong. Read on to discover five of the best pop-up books for adults and big kids. Best pop-up books for adults: The Raven The wonderful people at Abrams and Chronicle sent over this… View Post