My name is Emer and I would like to welcome you to ‘A Little Haze Book Blog’. In this little cosy corner of the internet I like to discuss and review all sorts of books from literary fiction to young adult, and I also love to engage in some general bookish chit-chat.
Hi everyone! Just thought I’d do a quick update on how things are going with me. Today was the first day since some time in November that I felt I might actually be becoming human again! I’ve been so sick for so long… it’s just been a nightmare basically. I’ve not read a solitary book … Continue reading I’m still here!
Just a short and sweet post to wish all of my blogging friends and followers a peaceful and safe New Year’s. Here’s to a brighter 2021. Hopefully I’ll be back to normal blogging in a week or two; had a serious relapse of my infection which meant for a non-existent Christmas for me sadly… just … Continue reading Goodbye 2020
Hi everyone! Sorry for completely falling off the blogging radar in the last few weeks. If you follow my Twitter you’ll quite possibly have seen a tweet referring to my hiatus, but for those of you that don’t have twitter I thought I’d let you know that I’ve been incredibly sick with an acute illness … Continue reading Quick Update
Blurb from Goodreads Have you ever imagined running away from your life? Well Birdy Finch didn’t just imagine it. She did it. Which might’ve been an error. And the life she’s run into? Her best friend, Heather’s. The only problem is, she hasn’t told Heather. Actually there are a few other problems… Can Birdy carry … Continue reading The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent – eARC Book Review
Blurb from Goodreads As much as I love and need my husband, over the past few months I’ve realised something important. I can’t tell Eddie what’s been happening, no matter how much I want to. Not because he won’t believe me, but because he might. And if Eddie believes me, he’ll try to stop me. … Continue reading Space Hopper by Helen Fisher – eARC Book Review
Blurb from Goodreads I am a girl ready to explode into nothing. That night Ingrid told Caitlin, I’ll go wherever you go. But by dawn, Ingrid was dead and Caitlin was alone. Suddenly Caitlin has to deal with a completely unfamiliar life—a life without the art, the laughter, the music, and the joy she shared with … Continue reading Hold Still by Nina LaCour – Book Review
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