This is part of Six for Sunday run by Steph from eenalol.
If books are designed to make us feel a range of emotions, then it makes sense that one of them must be angry. You don’t have to hate a book for it to make you angry. In fact, some of the books I’ve really enjoyed have made me seethe. In a good way, of course.
Reading is absolutely my favourite pastime, and I love to catch a couple of pages at any opportunity. It calms me after a long day in work. It settles me if my mind is racing. And, best of all, it helps distract me from a world around me that is literally on fire.
As part of mykindabook’s blog tour for Floored.
When the chance to take part in the blog tour for Floored came about I pretty much fell over myself to sign up. It’s an incredible book, and I was hooked upon the idea. But, what I loved most about this blog tour was that it isn’t just a review based tour, but you had a lot of creative freedom to post whatever you pleased.
So, for my post I’ve created a character profile based upon one of the first lines from one of the chapters of Floored; “are you alright Mum?” Ladies and gentlemen, meet Audrey.
Challenge criteria: A book by an author of a different ethnicity to you.
The author of the beloved Love Letters to the Dead returns with a parallel story of a mother and daughter each at age seventeen. Marilyn’s tale recounts the summer she fell in love and set out on her own path. Angie’s story is about her search for her unknown father.
Challenge criteria: A book you meant to read in 2017 but didn’t get to.
Meet Rochelle Evans: pretty, popular–and never been kissed. Meet Noah Flynn: badass, volatile–and a total player. And also Elle’s best friend’s older brother…