n three years I will be able to vote and I will still have less power than I did at the moment that I saw that email, which was such a tiny thing but look what happened. Fifteen-year-old Alena never really knew her political activist mother, who died when she was a baby. She has grown up with her older half-brother Danny and his boyfriend Nick in the east end of London. Now the area is threatened by a bomber who has been leaving explosive devices in supermarkets. It is only a matter of time before a bomb goes off.
A few days ago one of my closest friends, and fellow bloggers - Bradley - from Bradley's Book Nook shared his favourite novels, quotes and characters with us, and I absolutely loved his post so I thought I would share with you a few of my own bookish favourites. You can also read Bradley's post here! Young Adult Novel Looking … Continue reading My Favourite..
I think there are many things that I'd like to tell myself five years down the line. Here's my open letter to younger me:Dear 16 year old me, Everything ends up okay. I know at sixteen the world feels like its falling apart, nothing's going right, college seems terrifying and you're not even considering university. But … Continue reading GUEST POST FRIDAY | A Open Letter to 16 Year Old Me – Sarah