This month has been a whirlwind of reading, reviewing, writing and attending events! This week alone has been particularly crazy, but of course I love it all.
To see in the new year properly, I have great news:
I have joined the Society of Young Publishers‘ Committee as the Communications Officer
I am the Springer Nature representative for Book Machine events
*The first event will be on Wednesday, 20th February, entitled
Talking Production: The business of accessibility: content that is more usable is more valuable.
I am an ambassador for the Publisher’s Association!
It feels good to announce all of my new endeavours! Moving on to the books I have read and reviewed in January…
My star book for January would have to be Outside by Sarah Ann Juckes; it is incredibly creative, dark and mysterious. I loved her sense of place and character.
So, what can be expected in February? There are SO many amazing books out this month, and I am really excited to be part of their promotion!
Twisted by Steve Cavanagh
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
The Familiars by Stacey Halls
The Secrets You Hide by Kate Helm
The Secretary by Renee Knight
If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman
To The Lions by Holly Watts
Blog tour: The Scent of Death by Simon Beckett 25/02/19
The Girl Next Door by Phoebe Morgan
Looking forward to it? I hope so!