Blog tour, Event, Review, Wrap-up

Wrap-up: January highlights


I know this has taken a while to post, and posts won’t go up as often for some time due to personal reasons. I’m the meantime, here’s my January wrap-up. I hope you enjoy reading it and bear with me during this quiet period.


IMG_20190127_161446_537.jpgThe Twisted Tree launch:


I was invited to the launch for the brilliant The Twisted Tree by Rachel Burge, hosted in Waterstones in Trafalgar Square. I had a wonderful time catching up with bookish people and celebrating the publication of such a brilliant book, you can read my review here, if you fancy reading it.


IMG_20190127_163437_681.jpgFriends and Fiends in Waterstones Piccadilly:


When this was announced I knew I had to go! This was my first Waterstones event of the year, and what a way to kick start the year. David Owen (All The Lonely People), Sara Bernard (Fierce Fragile Hearts) and Non Pratt (Giant Days) were in conversation with Grace Latter. They talked friends, online culture, cats and bourbons. It’s by far one of my favourite events I’ve been to.


IMG_20190126_193710_812.jpgStripes Equali-Tea blogger event:


I was invited my second Stripes blogger event, hosted at The Apple Tree, with Alex Bell, Gabriel Dylan, Kay Staples, Cynthia So and Karen Lawler. I had so much fun and got to catch up with so many awesome bookish people. My full write-up will go up soon.


Blog Tours:

Whiteout by Gabriel Dylan

All The Lonely People by David Owen

What I’ve Read:

Dry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman

Your Turn To Die by Sue Wallman

The Wicked King by Holly Black

The Haunting by Alex Bell

Hotel Flamingo by Alex Milway

One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Grace Mercy by Robin LaFevers

The Familiars by Stacey Halls

In Fallen Woods by R.N. Merle – I’ve started this and really enjoying it! I’m very into witches at the moment and love Darkling!

How was your January? What did you read? Let me know in the comments!

1 thought on “Wrap-up: January highlights”

  1. Can’t wait to read more about the equali tea! It looked like such a great event but sadly I was away for work during it 😦


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