Monster, by C. J. Skuse

Earlier this week I saw on Twitter that Monster is only £1.99 on Kindle (A STEAL!) and so I started thinking about this book and, honestly, I realise that I've been thinking about it a lot since I first read it in 2014. Before I properly start this review, I should probably admit that I pride... Continue Reading →

Clean, by Juno Dawson

Juno Dawson has to be one of the most forward-thinking authors of YA fiction in the industry right now. Her works are often gritty and raw, looking into the darkest areas of Young Adult life and putting them on display. After all, it's no secret that teenagers are experiencing such things and so it's great to... Continue Reading →

The impossibleness of Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is a real rhymes-with-witch. It's those keep-you-up-at-night, I'm-really-not-good-enough thoughts that leave you just waiting for that call or email or for that one person to tell you to leave. 'We made a mistake here. You don't belong.' Ouch. It keeps you on edge, and it keeps you doubting yourself and your abilities. Even... Continue Reading →

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