Thank you, Wendy for creating this amazing book tag and for nominating me. It was published in 2017, and I’ve been wanting to do a blog post for ages about it, and I guess, now I am! Finally. Better late than never! Check out Wendy’s post to read about her mental health books! You won’t…… Continue reading #mentalhealthmonday Book Tag
I had found out about Biskaya a few months ago, and the publisher was so kind as to send me a copy. What I remembered from the blurb was that it was about a black woman living in Berlin. I didn’t look further into the book as I wanted to experience the book without too…… Continue reading Review: Biskaya – SchwarzRund
Am I Normal Yet? is about Evie’s first year in college (before university, Evie’s sixteen). Evie has Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, doesn’t want anyone to know about it and wants to have a normal life (which should include friends and a boyfriend).
Cinderzena reviewed this book on her blog and I just had to get it. I have Sinhalese and Burgher roots on my mother’s side of the family but due to being educated in international and German schools, I don’t know much about the history of Sri Lanka. That’s what I like about historical fiction, you gain an insight into history while reading fiction. You have to be careful that you don’t believe everything that’s written though, as it is fiction.
Why did I decide to read One Last Song? The cover looked beautiful. The main character has Munchausen Syndrome (this isn’t a spoiler as she talks about it from the beginning). I guess those are the two reasons I decided to read it.