Book To Watch Out For: What Milo Saw by Virginia Macgregor

There is already quite the buzz about Virginia’s debut novel. Likened to Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (which I loved) Virginia’s novel is about Milo, a boy who has retinitis pigmentosa who sets about getting his Gran back from the Forget Me Not nursing home. I’m quite eager to read this one, and I…


Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick

The book of the week this week is Matthew Quick’s Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Having scoured the library bookshelves for this one, I was really pleased to get home and start reading this. It didn’t take me long at all, and I really enjoyed the read. Leonard Peacock’s birthday breakfast is a bowl of oatmeal,…


Quote: Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi

“I want to be the friend you fall hopelessly in love with. The one you take into your arms and into your bed and into the private world you keep trapped in your head. I want to be that kind of friend. The one who will memorize the things you say as well as the…


Moribund Tales by Erik Hofstatter

Erik Hofstatter (@ErikHofstatter) messaged me on Twitter about his book Moribund Tales and at first I will admit I was a little quick to judge. I was quickly apologetic and bought the book. It markets as dark fiction and I can honestly say it is definitely worth a read. Erik’s nine short stories vary in…


Frozen Sequel

Not in movie form however… Random House is set to release four books focusing on Anna and Elsa. You can read more about it here.


How To Be A Woman By Caitlin Moran

The fact it had taken me so long to read this book was the only downfall of the entire reading experience. How To Be A Woman is funny, witty, satirical and above all, I felt was written for me. It was definitely one of those books that made me look differently and challenged the way…