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.

Review: Heartstopper by Alice Oseman

Date Started: 9th February 2019 Date Finished: 9th February 2019 Time taken to read: 1 day Rating: 4.5 stars Heartstopper is an LGBTQIA+ contemporary graphic novel, which focuses on the developing friendship and burgeoning relationship between Charlie and Nick. Two teenagers who meet when the form structure changes at their secondary school throws them together….

2018 Top 5 Reads

Nearly two weeks into 2019, I have had finished my first two reads of the new year (reviews coming soon) and have had time to reflect on my favourites from 2018. In 2018, on Goodreads I rated 12 books as 5 stars (although actual ratings cover 4.5 and 5 stars). As such, I chose to pick…