Posted in 2017, Book Events, Books, December, Discussion, Sci-Fi, Young Adult

An Evening With Lauren James – Book Event

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A few weeks ago, I went to a Waterstones book event in Manchester to see Lauren James talk about her new book, The Loneliest Girl in the Universe, which is her third Young-Adult book. I had heard of the book quite a few times with many people showing lots of interest in it. Alongside the fact that I love reading stories set in space, it convinced me into getting the book for myself and learning more about it as well as Lauren James herself. Continue reading “An Evening With Lauren James – Book Event”

Posted in 2017, Books, Discussion, November, Top 5, Writing

Gem’s Curiosity Blog Is A Year Old Today!

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It’s been exactly a year since I began book blogging and it has honestly been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It has increased my confidence so much and gave me something to go while looking for employment after I graduated. I have been introduced to so many fantastic blogs, amazing people and books – I have no regrets when it comes to this blog at all!

So, to celebrate, I decided to share with you five of my favourite posts I uploaded. Continue reading “Gem’s Curiosity Blog Is A Year Old Today!”

Posted in 2017, Books, LGBTQ+, November, Reviews, Romance, Young Adult

Two Boys Kissing – Book Review

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I’m so glad to be ready more diverse books this year, especially when it comes to LGBTQ+ themes and characters. So when I decided to this book a go, I already had an idea of what could happen. I was right, but there were definitely some elements that were just so beautiful! Continue reading “Two Boys Kissing – Book Review”

Posted in 2017, Books, Coming Of Age, LGBTQ+, October, Reviews, Young Adult

The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Book Review

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Well, well, well…I have honestly no idea how to set the tone for this review because of the slightly weird reading experience I had with this book. You see: I was in a reading slump because of this book…and I came out of that reading slump because of this book. Continue reading “The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Book Review”

Posted in 2017, Books, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Horror, October, Reviews

Coraline (The Graphic Novel) – Book Review

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Since Halloween is nearly among us, I have been preparing myself for spooky films, pumpkin carving and, of course, scary books. I have decided to reread a classic of mine, but this time, instead of book or film form – I have read it in the form of a graphic novel! Continue reading “Coraline (The Graphic Novel) – Book Review”