It’s been a while since I read the book but, for some reason, I have yet to review it- figured it was about time to fix that particular situation.
Welcome to the first post of Blogmas! This post is the second (and last) of the ones that I mentioned a while back- it's a post written by a person important to me on a topic important to me (and to her as well, naturally). I really hope you'll enjoy this! Make sure to leave it a like and comment if you're feeling groovy.
Hello, all! I come to you with an announcement- as mentioned in my December update post, I’m doing blogmas this year! I’m really excited! As I progress through Blogmas, I’ll link the posts below so you can access them all more easily- this post will either go pinned on the homepage of this blog or as a pinned tweet until Blogmas is over.
I’m back with a post, and this time it’s my contribution to the blogger tour the author Helene Fermont and the team at The Book Publicist have set in place- I’ve talked about it before. For the post, I was offered the chance to get an interview with the author, and I’m glad to say that I took it; in this way, I can offer you an insight in the creative mind behind His Guilty Secret. Enjoy!
Okay, so it’s December. If I’m being honest, I have absolutely no idea where the last 11 months have gone- it’ll be 2018 in less than a month, and that both terrifies and excites me. It’s been a hell of year and we hopefully have more things in store for the rest of it.
This book was sent to me by the lovely people over at The Book Publicist- in fact, I’m part of a blog tour for it. That, however, doesn’t affect this review in any way- every single thought and opinion is my own and hasn’t been tampered with in any way!
Picture this: you’re on the train, reading your beloved book, hiding a whole thunderstorm behind a poker face, when a stranger next to you starts peeking at the cover and leaning in. Oh no. You roll your eyes so hard behind your book that you think for a second they might refuse to turn back and you brace for unnecessary human contact. “What are you reading?”
I know I’ve been a bit MiA these past two weeks, and that’s exactly why I’m writing this post- to update you all on what’s been going on. I’ve had a math competition and a bunch of school work, so despite having drafted posts, I couldn’t get round to posting anything. I’m working to fix that, though!
Here’s the thing: the planet that’s been our home for a long time is suffering- and that’s a fact. Look at the massive deforestation, look at all the pollution, global warming- look at everything. Humans consider themselves to be the most intelligent species on this planet, right?
I read this book before my summer break even started- however, it’s been chilling at a classmate’s place all summer (refer to my post on Being The Bookish Friend for more inside information on why I really don’t like when this happens), so I haven’t gotten around to writing the review until now. That being said, let’s get on to business!