Book Review: Individutopia by Joss Sheldon

Indvidutopia is a dystopian book written by Joss Sheldon. Before being an author, Joss Sheldon has a degree from the London School of Economics, so he knows the topic he writes about. The story of Individutopia takes place in the year 2084 in London in a world where society doesn’t exist any more, only an... Continue Reading →

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender is a wonderful magical realism book written by Leslye Walton. The story follows lives of different generations of the French Roux family from the time when they first arrived to the USA. Since their arrival they had to live a hard life. The story itself in concentrated... Continue Reading →

Your Soul is a River by Nikita Gill

Poetry collection Your Soul is a River is written by Nikita Gill, a British poet. The poems represent a journey of healing from trauma to becoming whole again. The collection is divided into eight categories: The Cosmos, Fire, The Storm, Ache, The Sea, Wild, The Earth and Heal. Each category represents a part of the... Continue Reading →

Bookstagram Inspiration

This week I want to show you guys who are my favourite bookstagramers. These girls are all so talented and they are such an inspiration to me. @kath_reads 2. @fragilemyths 3. @mylittlebooktique 4. @thebookranter 5. @lumierewhispers 6. @anninasbooks 7. @beeinbookland 8. @alyaofwinterfell 9. @she.turns.pages 10. @booksandpeonies

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