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Month: February 2017

March 2017 Releases I’m Excited For 

March 2017 Releases I’m Excited For 

March seems to be quite a hard month for my bank account – which is probably terrible as my student finance is coming to an end and I have to make it last until April! Apart from Strange the Dreamer, this lot of books are probably some that I can wait for as well and not books that I’m so excited for, that I’ll get them the day they come out. *my bank account cries because it’s so happy*

Disclaimer: all of the release dates that are shown here are the official UK release dates taken off Amazon.co.uk

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The Sunshine Time S1 E5 by Sonal Panse

The Sunshine Time S1 E5 by Sonal Panse

Now this is more like it! Episode five contains what I love the most about The Sunshine Time – drama, romance, Lea being a badass protagonist and the humour. If the rest of the season can be like episode five, then I will be a very happy reader!

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Finishing Your First Year of Uni

Finishing Your First Year of Uni

This May will be the second time that I have finished year one of university. Confused? Last year, I went to Staffordshire university and I hated it. Don’t get me wrong, I met some awesome people and I’m still friends with some of them now, but I just had to leave. The course was awful. So I went to Birmingham City University and started year one all over again (doing a different course). 

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Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

I used to work in a charity shop bookstore and one day, I came across this majestic being of a book and bought it. It was £1.50 and I had no clue that it was one of the most hyped up books of the time until I went onto Goodreads and saw all of the raving reviews that surrounded it. I’m so glad that I ended up buying this book!

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See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng

See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng

When I was sent this book, I didn’t really know what to expect because of it being categorised as a middle-grade novel. I haven’t actually read that much middle-grade (maybe 2 or 3), so I never know what I’m going to get. See You in the Cosmos in Jack Cheng’s debut middle-grade book and whenI heard it was about space, I couldn’t wait to start reading as – when I was younger – I used to be obsessed with all things to do with the universe!

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