Review: Siri, Who Am I? by Sam Tschida

eARC received from the publisher (Quirk Books) via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Waking from a coma following an accident, a millennial woman is advised she has short-term amnesia when she can’t remember almost anything about herself. Her limited items she was admitted with include a Chanel lipstick, her Prada dress and an iPhone with almost all traces of her identity wiped or missing. With no-one coming to find her, she has to use her social media presence to try and trace who she is and what happened to her.

January 2021 TBR

New Year, New TBR!

For anyone new here, I am a huge mood reader. Meaning my TBR should be taken with a huge pinch of salt.

Happy New Year 2021!

2020 is gone – thank goodness! Bring on 2021, and the reading targets/hopes I have for the upcoming year.

Movie Monthly – August ’20 Edition

Another month, another bunch of monthly movies that I have watched (and in most cases enjoyed). Also, the cinemas have re-opened in the UK, so I even got to see a few of these on big screens and mostly feeling securely social distanced. Some thoughts on films including My Neighbour Totoro, Ex Machina and Tenet.

September 2020 TBR

August 2020 was a great reading month for me – I read some of my favourite books of the year so far.

In September, I am hoping to have an equally good reading month, by riding on the motivation that August has given me…

Review: Diary of a Confused Feminist by Kate Weston

Diary of a Confused Feminist is written as the diary of Kat Evans. A British teenager who alongside the challenges of GCSEs decides that she would like to improve on being a feminist – whilst juggling to determine quite what a feminist is.

I will preface this review by advising that I did receive an ARC via Netgalley… which I unintentionally forgot I had and subsequently borrowed from the Library. As such, my review is based on the finished copy and my honest opinion.

July 2020 Reading Wrap Up

I thought July 2020 had been quite a slow reading month, but actually with the help of a number of audiobooks and titles I had started but not yet finished, it was a vast improvement on the likes of March, April and May.

Movie Monthly – July Edition

Alongside my love of reading, I am also a fan of films. Here are my quick thoughts of the films I watched in the month of July.

Review: The Shadows by Alex North

The Shadows is a mystery/thriller with lingering supernatural tones. Review of the Audio-ARC thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Audio.

Hiatus – Over

Sometimes you plan to take a break, but sometimes life just happens. A life update, a brief #AtHomeYALC summary and what I hope to do going forward.
Trigger warning for brief descriptions of illness.