1 Northern Plunder: I aim to misbehave.: 2017

Friday, 11 August 2017

Graphic Novel Review: Darth Vader, Vol. 1: Vader by Kieron Gillen

Darth Vader, Vol 1: Vader by Kieron Gillen, Illustrated by Salvador Larroca
Series: Star Wars Disney Canon Graphic Novel Darth Vader #1
Genre: Graphic Novel | Science Fiction
Length: 160 pages
Published on 20th October 2015 by Marvel
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Kieron Gillen: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Salvador Larroca: Twitter | Goodreads
Copy got for free due to Amazon Prime.

Synopsis: The original Dark Lord of the Sith stars in his first ongoing series! Ever since Darth Vader's first on-screen appearance, he has become one of pop-culture's most popular villains. Now, follow Vader straight from the ending of A NEW HOPE (and the pages of the new STAR WARS comic book) into his own solo adventures — showing the Empire's war with the Rebel Alliance from the other side! But when a Dark Lord needs help, who can he turn to? As Vader pursues a very personal vengeance against the Rebels and investigates the Emperor's secret machinations, he clashes with weapons scavenger Aphra and deadly Battle Droids, and returns to Geonosis to build an army. But some very powerful people don't want him to learn the truths he seeks! Guest-starring Jabba the Hutt, Boba Fett and more!

Collecting DARTH VADER #1-6.

Friday, 4 August 2017

The Mr. Men & Little Miss Character Tag

The Mr. Men and Little Miss series were created by Roger Hargreaves and Charlotte @ Wonderfully Bookish created a tag about them! She tagged me in her post when it went live ages ago so its about time I took part. I don't do tags very often as I actually tend to find them hard to do but I gave it a go regardless, enjoy.

Friday, 28 July 2017

DNF Review: Queen of Extinction by Gwynn White

Queen of Extinction by Gwynn White and Erin St. Pierre
Series: Queen of Extinction #1
Genre: Fantasy
Length: 388 pages
Published on 23rd January 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD
Gwynn White: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Erin St. Pierre: YouTube | Twitter | Goodreads
eCopy recieved for review from the author.

Synopsis: A magical princess. A kingdom in danger. A fight to the death for the throne.
Princess Aurora never thought she’d have to rule Ryferia. That was her brother’s job, until his brutal murder at the hands of their uncle. She knows the law. A marriage is her only chance to take the throne, and to free her people from Artemis’s evil rule. Aurora gambles for her kingdom, invoking the right to hold a deadly marriage trial.
As the most gifted—and ruthless—princes and lords battle to the death for her hand, Aurora falls under the spell of two mysterious suitors. Both are determined to win her hand and her kingdom for their own ends. But the princess has allies, as well as a secret power long outlawed in her kingdom…
Will Aurora find true love and save Ryferia or will the trial’s winner destroy them all?
Queen of Extinction is a fresh take on the classic Sleeping Beauty tale. If you like fairytale retellings, magic, steampunk, and romance, then you’ll love the first book in a new trilogy by Gwynn White and Erin St. Pierre.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Poetry Review: The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace

The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
Series: n/a
Genre: Poetry | Feminism
Length: 208 pages
Published on 23rd March 2017 by Andrews McMeel Publishing
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Amanda Lovelace: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Copy bought for myself - both the indie  + the published version.

Synopsis: the princess saves herself in this one is a collection of poetry about resilience. It is about writing your own ending.

From Amanda Lovelace, a poetry collection in four parts: the princess, the damsel, the queen, and you. The first three sections piece together the life of the author while the final section serves as a note to the reader. This moving book explores love, loss, grief, healing, empowerment, and inspiration.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Video Game Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willow by Night Light Interactive
Adventure / Indie

Release Date:
9th July 2014

Gifted to me on Steam
Interact with the spirits of the dead, solve the puzzles of the mysterious mansion and help Elena find her missing father in the horror/adventure puzzle game: Whispering Willows.

Friday, 7 July 2017

Review: Darkest Mercy by Melissa Marr

Darkest Mercy by Melissa Marr
Series: Wicked Lovely #5
Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy
Length: 327 pages
Published on 3rd March 2011 by Harper Collins Children's Books
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Melissa Marr: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Copy bought for myself with a gift voucher.

Synopsis: The fifth and final breathtaking instalment in the darkly seductive and best-selling WICKED LOVELY series, about the collision of mortal and faery worlds! The Summer King is missing; the Dark Court is bleeding; and a stranger walks the streets of Huntsdale, his presence signifying the deaths of powerful fey. Torn between his new queen and his old love, Keenan left Huntsdale to wander aimlessly but after centuries of leading his court it was not long before the reality of being Summer King became too pressing. Violence seemed more inevitable by the day and the Summer Court was not yet strong enough to face conflict, so Keenan made a dangerous deal with the water fey. It is a desperate bargain he makes to strengthen his court against the coming war. Aislinn tends the Summer Court, searching for her absent king and yearning for Seth. She knows she must be a powerful queen to hold her court together, while Bananach becomes more and more dangerous, and she is losing faeries to her. Donia longs for fiery passion even as she coolly readies the Winter Court for battle. Her court is still powerful, but she must remain focused on keeping them that way and not get distracted by Keenan when he shows up at her door again. The Dark Court is thrown into chaos when they are rocked by tragedy. And Seth, sworn brother of the Dark King and heir to the High Queen, is about to make a mistake that could cost his life. They all know what Bananach seeks -- the raven-faery is the embodiment of war and discord. She and her growing number of allies want mutiny and murder. Love, despair and betrayal ignite the Faeries Courts, and in the final conflict, some will win! and some will lose everything. The thrilling conclusion to Melissa Marr's bestselling Wicked Lovely series will leave readers breathless.

Friday, 30 June 2017

Where has 2017 gone?

How is it already almost July? I have no idea.

But this half of the year has been super good, I've for the most part kept up with blogging and my book club is definitely on track and super lovely. I love my members they're so sweet.

I've also had a lot of little adventures with my boyfriend which is great as always. So basically this year has been fab so far.

Friday, 23 June 2017

Graphic Novel Review: Saga, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan

Saga, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan, Illustrated by Fiona Staples
Series: Saga #1
Genre: Graphic Novel | Fantasy
Length: 160 pages
Published on 23rd October 2012 by Image Comics
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Brian K. Vaughan: Goodreads
Fiona Staples: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Copy bought for myself.

Synopsis: When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe.

From bestselling writer Brian K. Vaughan, Saga is the sweeping tale of one young family fighting to find their place in the worlds. Fantasy and science fiction are wed like never before in this sexy, subversive drama for adults.

Collecting: Saga 1-6

Friday, 16 June 2017

Graphic Novel Review: Snotgirl, Vol 1: Green Hair Don't Care by Bryan Lee O'Malley

Snotgirl, Vol. 1: Green Hair Don't Care by Bryan Lee O'Malley
Series: Snotgirl #1-5
Genre: Graphic Novel | Mystery
Length: 144 pages
Published on 28th February 2017 by Image Comics
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Bryan Lee O'Malley: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Leslie Hung: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Copy bought for myself.

Who is Lottie Person?
Is she a gorgeous, fun-loving social media star with a perfect life or a gross, allergy-ridden mess? Enter a world of snot, blood, and tears in this first collection from New York Times Best Seller Bryan Lee O'Malley (Scott Pilgrim, Seconds) and dazzling newcomer Leslie Hung!

Friday, 26 May 2017

ARC Review: Juniper Lemon's Happiness Index by Julie Israel

Genre: Young Adult / Contemporary
Length: 308 pages
Publishes on 1st June 2017 by Penguin
Preorder: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Julie Israel: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Copy sent to work from the publisher

Synopsis: It's hard to keep close a person everyone keeps telling you is gone.

It's been sixty-five painful days since the death of Juniper's big sister, Camilla. On her first day back at school, bracing herself for the stares and whispers, Juniper borrows Camie's handbag for luck - and discovers an unsent break-up letter inside. It's mysteriously addressed to 'You' and dated July 4th - the day of Camie's accident. Desperate to learn the identity of Camie's secret love, Juniper starts to investigate.

But then she loses something herself. A card from her daily ritual, The Happiness Index: little notecards on which she rates the day. The Index has been holding Juniper together since Camie's death - but without this card, there's a hole. And this particular card contains Juniper's own secret: a memory that she can't let anyone else find out.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Review: Alien Busters: Alien Hunting by Safa Shaqsy

Alien Busters: Alien Hunting by Safa Shaqsy
Series: Alien Busters #1
Genre: Science Fiction Fantasy | Young Adult
Length: 100 pages
Published on 28th July 2016 by Kindle
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD
links are to purchase the full book
Safa Shaqsy: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Received from author in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis: Nathalie is an Alien Buster, a member of a team that kills aliens in the Adkad City on Planet Zelea- home for humans after Earth's destruction. Haunted by her parents' death in the field, she joined the Alien Busters Institute in order to carry on their legacy. While on a mission, she discovers an alien baby. How can she kill this enemy when she's formed a strong attachment, even if it's forbidden?

Friday, 12 May 2017

Video Game Review: Montaro

Montaro by JCKSLAP
Genre: Casual / Indie
Release Date:
25th July 2016

Copy sent as a gift via Steam
Montaro is a DOGE.

Montaro is a casual runner game that was created to heal your heart.

- Random generated street levels.
- Lift up highschool girl's skirts, protect your doge by panties.
- Collect Doge coins to unlock over 8 Doge costumes.
- Doge's emoticons and background.

Friday, 5 May 2017

LootArt: My Dream Crate

So a while ago Loot Crate contacted me asking if I'd like to put together a post about my very own Dream Crate as they'd like to see what items other people would but in their ideal subscription boxes.

As a book worm I obviously love reading but there are already so many book subscription boxes now that it seems silly to dream of one. Instead my ideal dream crate is as follows:
 2 - 3 graphic novels depending on price
an art print
a pin or sticker
and an item with some art on.

So its a pretty flexible idea with a theme that focuses on Graphic Novels and illustrators as I feel they go hand in hand very well. The items I included in the image are Gal Pals pin by Jen Bartel, Trash Dove mug by Syd Weiler, Shadow of the Colossus print by Annie Stoll, Godshaper (written by Simon Spurrier and illustrated by Jonas Goonface, Paper Girls (written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Cliff Chiang + Matt Wilson), and Spell on Wheels (written by Kate Leth, illustrated by Megan Levens, and varient cover by Jen Bartel).

So what'd you think? Reckon you'd be interested in subscription box like this or do you have your own better idea?

(Please note whilst LootCrate did contact me about this post they didn't compensate me in any way)

Monday, 1 May 2017

March & April Wrap Up


Yikes! April is over. I took a slight unplanned blogging break during April due to just wanting to spend more time on other stuff but not to fret I'm back now. It was supposed to be just Easter Friday I'd be off but I just kind of didn't return oops.

I'm still very much ahead with my reading goal even though I'm in a tiny slump right now. I have my nose in so many good books I just don't know what to read.

Outside of the blog I've kept my book club organised where we had a super successful readalong of Ice Massacre and Ice Crypt by Tiana Warner which was so lovely so please stop by if you wanna take part in others (The Bone Witch for example) and I've also worked on a few illustration commissions which maybe I'll share one day.

I also got to meet up with Amy, Bec, and Beth and we visited Liverpool to see Laini Taylor at a book Q+A and signing. She was super lovely (as were my lovely girls too) and loved my blue hair! I've linked their posts on it because I was lazy and didn't do one. We're going to meet up again in May for a less bookish adventure but I'm super excited.

Oh and I'm going to StratLAN in June so maybe I'll tell you about that.
Books Read

 photo Caraval.jpg  photo Ice Crypt.jpg  photo Harper and the Night Forest.jpg  photo The Princess Saves Herself In This One.jpg
 photo Dr Eleventh.jpg photo The Flowers of Evil 1.jpg  photo Dream Magic.jpg  photo The Princess Diarist.jpg

Ice Crypt remains my favourite from these two months, I love love love some wlw mermaid stories and this was great. Dream Magic was a wonderful sequel and I'm so glad I agreed to give this series a chance so I highly recommend this MG series. I sobbed a lot when reading The Princess Diarist so make sure you have tissues around if you haven't read it yet.

I kinda read a lot but also not really because theres some really short books here.
Currently Reading

The Sweet Far Thing (Gemma Doyle, #3) Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1)
I'm currently reading The Sweet Far Thing (also dubbed as The Sweet Farting) with Allie for a buddy read cause its her fave series but she is in a reading slump at the moment so I'm making slow progress with her in mind. I read the first two chapters of Six of Crows to my boyfriend over the phone to help him sleep but since then I've just been lazy with it.

I actually haven't touched these two since last time I wrote a wrap up omg. I am the worst.

But I am also somewhat actively reading the following, slowly. I dunno I'm loving them but also just want to play games more.
 photo Lips Touch.jpg  photo Strange the Dreamer.jpg  photo the bone witch.jpg  photo Comet in Moominland.jpg

We Awaken by Calista Lynne (5 stars)
Video Game: Radiator 2
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa (2 stars)
Harper and the Night Forest by Cerrie Burnell (4 stars)
Clutch by Lisa Becker (3.5 stars)
Dream Magic by Joshua Khan (4 stars)

Other Posts
Due to me not really existing here in April I only have one other post to share - my January and February Wrap Up post.

So because of that here are the other two from previously. In January I wrote about goals for this year and this month I advertised and explained my Book Club which you can all join.

I'm ahead on my reading goal - 10 ahead to be exact - so that is awesome and I've kept on top of keeping my book club in order, even got a new moderator to help out.

I've read 3 books from my "aim to read this year pile" and the Moomin book is of it too so I'm somewhat on track I guess:
 No progress on the whole I'd like to finish off some series that I started last year:

- Gemma Doyle trilogy by Libba Bray
- Unwind Dystology by Neal Shusterman
- Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr
But only one book left on the I'd like to finish off books I started last year list:
- Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
- Darkest Mercy by Melssa Marr
- Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher
I successfully took part in the Ice Massacre read-a-long with my book club so I only have to do one more to reach my goal of wanting to take part in two.

Anyway that is pretty much it for these two months, I hope you have all had busy and fun time too.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Book Tour Review: Dream Magic by Joshua Khan

Dream Magic by Joshua Khan
Series: Shadow Magic #2
Genre: Middle Grade | Fantasy
Length: 336 pages
Published on 6th April 2017 by Scholastic
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Joshua Khan: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Received from Scholastic via Faye Rogers

Synopsis: In a world ruled by six ancient Houses of Magic, a girl and a boy begin an epic and dangerous journey of discovery . . . Lileth Shadow, princess of darkness, is struggling with her growing powers. Castle Gloom is filling with ghosts, zombies roam the country and people throughout Gehenna are disappearing. Then Lily is attacked in her own castle by a mysterious sorcerer known as Dreamweaver and his army of jewel-spiders whose bites send victims to sleep. Thorn, and his giant bat Hades, must save Lily from the realm of sleep and help her overcome the evil Dreamweaver in order for her to reclaim her kingdom.

Friday, 31 March 2017

Review: Clutch by Lisa Becker

Clutch by Lisa Becker
Series: Standalone
Genre: Contemporary / Romance
Length: 140 pages
Published on 26th October 2015 by Author
Purchase: Amazon 
Lisa Becker: Website | Twitter | Goodreads | Facebook
Received from author in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis: clutch: a novel is the laugh-out-loud, chick lit romance chronicling the dating misadventures of Caroline Johnson, a single purse designer who compares her unsuccessful romantic relationships to styles of handbags – the “Hobo” starving artist, the “Diaper Bag” single dad, the “Briefcase” intense businessman, etc. With her best friend, bar owner Mike by her side, the overly-accommodating Caroline drinks a lot of Chardonnay, puts her heart on the line, endures her share of unworthy suitors and finds the courage to discover the “Clutch” or someone she wants to hold onto.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Book Tour Review: Harper and the Night Forest by Cerrie Burnell

Harper and the Night Forest by Cerrie Burnell
illustrated by Laura Ellen Anderson

Series: Harper #3
Genre: Middle Grade | Adventure
Length: 240 pages
Published on 2nd March 2017 by Scholastic Children's Books
Purchase: Amazon | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Carrie Burnell: Twitter | Goodreads
Laura Ellen Anderson: Website | Twitter | Tumblr | Goodreads
A review copy received from Scholastic Children's Books via Faye Rogers

Harper and her friends get to visit the mysterious Night Forest, and it is rumoured that a magical Ice Raven lives amongst the ebony trees. Will the children try to capture it? Or give it freedom?

Friday, 17 March 2017

Review: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa
Series: Haruhi Suzumiya #1
Genre: Light Novel | Fantasy
Length: 202 pages
Published on 1st April 2009 by Little Brown Books for Young Readers
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Nagaru Tanigawa: Goodreads
Copy borrowed from Jenny during the Travelling Book Project I hosted.

Haruhi holds the fate of the universe in her hands . . . lucky for you she doesn't know it!
Meet Haruhi - a cute, determined girl, starting high school in a city where nothing exciting happens and absolutely no one understands her.

Meet Kyon ­­- the sarcastic guy who sits behind Haruhi in homeroom and the only boy Haruhi has ever opened up to. His fate is now tied to hers.

Meet the S.O.S. Brigade - an after-school club organized by Haruhi with a mission to seek out the extraordinary. Oh, and their second mission? Keeping Haruhi happy . . . because even though she doesn't know it, Haruhi has the power to destroy the universe. Seriously.

The phenomenon that took Japan by storm - with more than 4.5 million copies sold - is now available in the first-ever English edition.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Video Game Review: Radiator 2

Radiator 2 by Robert Yang
Simulation / Indie

Release Date:
16th June 2016

Free to play on Steam
A free collection of three short experimental games (Hurt Me Plenty, Succulent, and Stick Shift) about male sexuality, punishing, eating, and driving.

Friday, 3 March 2017

Review: We Awaken by Calista Lynne

We Awaken by Calista Lynne
Series: Standalone
Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy | LGBT
Length: 180 pages
Published on 14th July 2916 by Harmony Ink
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Calista Lynne: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Received from author in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis: Victoria Dinham doesn’t have much left to look forward to. Since her father died in a car accident, she lives only to fulfill her dream of being accepted into the Manhattan Dance Conservatory. But soon she finds another reason to look forward to dreams when she encounters an otherworldly girl named Ashlinn, who bears a message from Victoria’s comatose brother. Ashlinn is tasked with conjuring pleasant dreams for humans, and through the course of their nightly meetings in Victoria’s mind, the two become close. Ashlinn also helps Victoria understand asexuality and realize that she, too, is asexual.

But then Victoria needs Ashlinn’s aid outside the realm of dreams, and Ashlinn assumes human form to help Victoria make it to her dance audition. They take the opportunity to explore New York City, their feelings for each other, and the nature of their shared asexuality. But like any dream, it’s too good to last. Ashlinn must shrug off her human guise and resume her duties creating pleasant nighttime visions—or all of humanity will pay the price.

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

January & February Wrap Up

I can't believe the first two months of this year have already passed.

Luckily though I am on track with blogging and my reading goal so its been a good start to the year even with all the shit that has been going on around the world.

Outside of the blog I've also celebrated my two year anniversary with my boyfriend, kept my book club organised, and started planning my trip to YALC (actually just before I finished this post I purchased my tickets and booked the hotel).

Friday, 24 February 2017

Review: Unwind by Neal Shusterman

Unwind by Neal Shusterman
Series: Unwind Dystology #1
Genre: Young Adult | Science Fiction | Dystopia
Length: 384 pages
Published on 2nd June 2009 by Simon & Schuster
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WHSmith
Neal Shusterman: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads
Copy bought as part of a box set via Amazon

In America after the Second Civil War, the Pro-Choice and Pro-Life armies came to an agreement: The Bill of Life states that human life may not be touched from the moment of conception until a child reaches the age of thirteen. Between the ages of thirteen and eighteen, however, a parent may choose to retroactively get rid of a child through a process called "unwinding." Unwinding ensures that the child's life doesn’t “technically” end by transplanting all the organs in the child's body to various recipients. Now a common and accepted practice in society, troublesome or unwanted teens are able to easily be unwound.

Friday, 17 February 2017

Review: I.D. by Emma Ríos

I.D. by Emma
Series: Standalone
Genre: Graphic Novel | Science Fiction
Length: 80 pages
Published on 28th June 2016 by Image Comics
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Emma R: Website | Twitter | Goodreads | Blog
Purchased myself a copy from Waterstones.

A dystopian tale that analyzes the conflict between perception and identity through the struggle of three people who consider a 'body transplant' as a solution to their lives.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Books and Tea Book Club

Hey book readers,
I’m just making this post to give a more informative run down on the events hosted on my Books and Tea Discord chat but before I get to that I’ll tell you about what the chat is. Anyone is welcome to join, just click here.

Discord is a 100% free communication platform that can be ran in browser, desktop app or mobile app. It allows you to set up multiple voice and text channels to allow for talking about specific things. For my book clubs perpose me mainly make use of the text chats to talk about bookish things.

At the moment we host a few different events. The main type of event we do areread-a-longs with a few read-a-thons. We currently have a travelling book project that is close to ending - once it does I'll organise a new one, and during December we do a Secret Santa Book Exchange.

Friday, 10 February 2017

Video Game Review: Girls Like Robots

Girls Like Robots by Popcannibal
Puzzle / Indie

Release Date:
14th February 2014

Copy bought for myself via Humble Flash Bundle: So Cute
Their faces are the playing pieces. The rules are their emotions!Ridiculously charming puzzles, wrapped around an epic tale of love and danger, topped off with an authentic old-time stringband soundtrack!The goal is to put every one next to their friends.But you can't please everybody all the time.

Friday, 3 February 2017

Review: The Mills & Boon Girl's Guide to: Happy Hour by Ada Adverse

Mills & Boon Mondern Girl's Guide to: Happy Hour by Ada Adverse
Series: Mills & Boon A-Zs #2
Genre: Humour
Length: 96 pages
Published on 3rd November 2016 by Mills & Boon
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD | Waterstones | WhSmith
Ada Adverse: Twitter | Goodreads
Read a borrowed copy.


’Perfect for the gin drinker in your life.’The Sun
Have you ever…?
A) Wondered whether the cucumber in your artisan G&T counts towards your five a day?
B) Vowed to spend a wholesome night in, maybe juicing, but surrendered to the inevitable cycle of off-license wine and Facebook stalking almost immediately?
C) Binge-watched an entire box set without even a shred of FOMO?
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes!’, the Mills & Boon® Modern Girl’s Guide to Happy Hour is for you: a guide to surviving a 21st century social life – with a feminist twist.
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes!’, the Mills & Boon Modern Girl’s Guide to Happy Hour is for you: a guide to surviving the office – with a feminist twist.

Friday, 27 January 2017

2017 Goals

My plan was always to post this at the end of January to give me a month to settle into one of my goals and think how else I want this year to go. It took me way longer than it should've to write this because I had idea for what I wanted to include but the moment I came to typing my mind went blank.


But I have succeeded and made a post, so keep reading to see my goals for this year.