I'm a huge fan of budget makeup and trying to find affordable yet high-quality alternatives to popular products, meaning I'm familiar with brands like MUA. I recently spotted their new Blush Perfection Cream Colour Duos across Superdrug and was instantly drawn in by these cream stick blushers. With blusher being one of my favourite makeup products to use and having loved theirs in the past, I knew that I wanted to try out this new release. After putting them to the test, it's now time to report back with all of my thoughts in the form of a review, so keep reading if you want to know more.

As always with brands like MUA, the packaging is simplistic and consists of a combination of black and transparent plastic. Some people may deem this as too basic, but its main aim is to ensure that the products stay affordable and so I'm fine with it. It also allows you to get a preview of the product, which is a nice addition although probably won't be as appreciated when it becomes dirty and worn. The product's graphics are clear and it's easy to see the name of the product and the shades, and I think they have an almost quirky vibe that really appeals to me.

The blusher sticks have a twist-up applicator, much like that of a lip balm, and you can evidently see that quite a lot of product is contained. I also like this feature as it means you can use the side of the applicator as well as the top, and it's incredibly easy to control and manipulate. The back of the packaging claims that this product is a 'soft and blendable complimentary duo cream blusher', so we'll definitely be seeing to what extent it lives up to this claim.

The Blush Perfection Cream Colour Duos are available in five different shade pairings, providing a variety of colours from dark to light that will suit all skin tones. I decided to purchase three of them so that I could gain an accurate representation of how the product performs, and I chose those that would provide many different looks and suit various colourings.

Escapade contains a gorgeous peach toned baby pink shade, alongside a striking berry shade. Although these two don't look like a compatible pairing at a first glance, their soft colouring and warm undertones make it a cohesive duo. This is definitely a must-have product to take you through the seasons, and I'm certain that the berry colour will look lovely on darker skin tones.

Riot contains a medium-toned orange and a deeper, pink-toned orange that is verging on a coral. These wouldn't be shades that I'd naturally gravitate towards for my skin tone, but I have to say that they're lovely and especially suited to the summer months. This is another combination that'd look nice on a variety of skin tones, adding a radiant flush of colour to the cheeks ideal for this time of year.

Frolic contains two gorgeous pink shades, one being a soft, muted dusky rose and the other being a vibrant, blue-toned Barbie pink. Both of these look gorgeous either applied subtly or with more intense pigment, and it's definitely the one that I'd reach for most often. Despite the pinks being quite bold, they're still incredibly wearable and feminine shades.

These products can be worn alone or applied together depending on the look you desire, and I think it's really nice to play around with the different colour combinations.

The Blush Perfection Cream Colour Duos are incredibly pigmented, so much more than I expected, and it feels almost like you're swatching a lipstick it's that intense. You can see from the swatches above that they aren't shy of any colour, and their opaque finish is still in an even layer and isn't streaky or patchy at all. Another positive is that they're all very blendable, despite being thick in consistency, and their creamy texture allows them to be easily manipulated across the skin.

Cream products are sometimes hit and miss with longevity - some people find that they simply slip off the skin and don't stick around, whereas others ensure that they stay in place. The MUA Blush Perfection Cream Colour Duo Sticks really don't budge once applied, and provide a flush of colour to the cheeks for the entire day. They start to fade slightly throughout the day in a subtle way, but they're definitely long lasting and you'll be impressed by how well they last.

An alternative application of these products is as lipsticks, and I definitely think this would work equally as well. Their creamy texture applies nicely to the lips, being pigmented like you'd expect from a lip colour without feeling too drying or incredibly matte. Applying them on the lips also ensures that your blusher and lipstick complement each other, making it great for your handbag or travelling as you only need the one item for two steps of your makeup routine. This was an unexpected discovery but the 2-in-1 feature makes these blushers a perfect multi-use product.

Overall, I love the Blush Perfection Cream Colour Duos and MUA has definitely created a product that's worth trying. At only £3 each, they're incredibly affordable and it's great value for money, especially when you consider the insane pigmentation and durability of the blushers. I'd highly recommend trying out these products, and hopefully you'll love them as much as I do!

Thank you very much for reading this blog post and I hope that you enjoyed it. I'd love to know your thoughts on these blushers down in the comments if you've tried them, and if you haven't then why not let me know what your favourite budget friendly makeup products are? I'll see you again next Sunday with a new blog, so make sure you come back then!

Love from Daisy x

So I may have gone a bit crazy last week and ordered a lot more books than necessary, but after years of reading solely library books and hardly ever buying texts, I couldn't resist and purchased a lot more than necessary. It's definitely justifiable, as a lot of these are for A-Level English Literature to possibly use for coursework, and the others will definitely be read while I'm on holiday. It's been way too long since I last shared my book purchases, so I thought it was about time to share all of my purchases in this long awaited book haul. I bought all of the books from Amazon, as it's often cheaper than buying them in bookstores, and so I've included links to all of the books in case you would like to purchase them too and read along with me this summer.

Young Adult Novels

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J Maas
Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance
418 Pages
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From the throne of glass rules a king with a fist of iron and a soul as black as pitch. Assassin Celaena Sardothien won a brutal contest to become his Champion. Yet Celaena is far from loyal to the crown. She hides her secret vigilantly; she knows that the man she serves is bent on evil. Keeping up the deadly charade becomes increasingly difficult when Celaena realizes she is not the only one seeking justice. As she tries to untangle the mysteries buried deep within the glass castle, her closest relationships suffer. It seems no one is above questioning her allegiances—not the Crown Prince Dorian; not Chaol, the Captain of the Guard; not even her best friend, Nehemia, a foreign princess with a rebel heart. Then one terrible night, the secrets they have all been keeping lead to an unspeakable tragedy. As Celaena's world shatters, she will be forced to give up the very thing most precious to her and decide once and for all where her true loyalties lie... and whom she is ultimately willing to fight for.
I read Throne of Glass, the first book in this series, last summer and fell in love with it like no book I'd read before. I was fully immersed for the short time it took me to race through this novel and was left eager to know what happened next. Before now, I hadn't got around to resuming the series, but it's been almost a year and I can't wait to dive back in. I'm obsessed with Maas' beautiful and detailed creation of a fantasy world, and I particularly love Celaena and Chaol's characters, so I can't wait to see what's next in store for them. There's also something about this world that is instantly uplifting and has a summery, almost nostalgic feel for me, so it's the perfect one to take on holiday with me.

The Giver by Lois Lowry
Young Adult, Dystopian, Modern Classics
208 Pages
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This haunting story centers on Jonas, who lives in a seemingly ideal, if colorless, world of conformity and contentment. Not until he's given his life assignment as the Receiver of Memory does he begin to understand the dark, complex secrets behind his fragile community.
I've been wanting to read this book for such a long time, in fact you can find it present in blog posts that I wrote back in 2015 about books that I wanted to read. I never ended up getting around to it as it was never in stock in my local library and I had plenty of other books on my TBR list, but I decided to take this opportunity to read it since it's been long in anticipation for me. I've never read anything by Lois Lowry, but I've heard nothing but outstanding reviews of this book and so it's definitely one that I'm looking forward to. It's been quite some time since I indulged in a dystopian fiction, and although it's become quite a cliche trope of YA novels, it's still an area of literature that I love and can't wait to read more of.

Because You Love to Hate Me: 13 Tales of Villainy
Fantasy, Short Stories
320 Pages
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In this unique YA anthology, thirteen acclaimed, bestselling authors team up with thirteen influential BookTubers to reimagine fairy tales from the oft-misunderstood villains' points of view. These fractured, unconventional spins on classics like "Medusa," Sherlock Holmes, and "Jack and the Beanstalk" provide a behind-the-curtain look at villains' acts of vengeance, defiance, and rage--and the pain, heartbreak, and sorrow that spurned them on. No fairy tale will ever seem quite the same again!
I've been eagerly awaiting the release of this book since it was first announced, and so I knew that I wanted to get my hands on it as soon as possible. I love reading short stories when I'm on holiday, as it's much more manageable than a whole novel, and last year's collection of choice was Summer Days and Summer Nights, which I've reviewed here. This year, I absolutely can't wait to read Because You Love to Hate Me, particularly because it includes the contribution of 13 booktubers, some of which I watch frequently and love their videos, so it'll be interesting to see how they do with writing opposed to reviewing, as well as when collaborating with popular authors including Renee Ahdieh and Marissa Meyer.

English Literature Coursework Texts

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
Classics, Romance, Gothic, Historical
251 Pages
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The story's heroine is Catherine Morland, an innocent seventeen-year-old woman from a country parsonage. While spending a few weeks in Bath with a family friend, Catherine meets and falls in love with Henry Tilney, who invites her to visit his family estate, Northanger Abbey. Once there, Catherine, a great reader of Gothic thrillers, lets the shadowy atmosphere of the old mansion fill her mind with terrible suspicions. What is the mystery surrounding the death of Henry's mother? Is the family concealing a terrible secret within the elegant rooms of the Abbey? Can she trust Henry, or is he part of an evil conspiracy? Catherine finds dreadful portents in the most prosaic events, until Henry persuades her to see the peril in confusing life with art.
This is the first novel I chose to possibly use for my English Literature coursework, which I will have to compare to Atonement by Ian McEwan. Although I haven't read anything by Jane Austen, it seemed like an essential and her work is infamous, so I knew that I wanted to try something of hers. I settled on Northanger Abbey as it is the epigraph of Atonement and both novels are very similar in terms of main themes and characters. This satire of Gothic novels seems to be an exciting read and I can't wait to get stuck into it.

Tess of the D'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
Classics, Romance, Historical
518 Pages
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When Tess Durbeyfield is driven by family poverty to claim kinship with the wealthy D'Urbervilles and seek a portion of their family fortune, meeting her 'cousin' Alec proves to be her downfall. A very different man, Angel Clare, seems to offer her love and salvation, but Tess must choose whether to reveal her past or remain silent in the hope of a peaceful future.
After doing a comparative exercise in class using Tess of the D'Urbervilles, I immediately became intrigued by the novel and wanted to read beyond the short extract I was presented with. Class and wealth is one of the topics that I may base my coursework on, and this seems like a good choice if I go down that avenue, but it also provides dark and intense elements including rape and the downfall of a central character, so there's definitely a lot that I could explore in relation to this novel.

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
Classics, Romance, Gothic
464 Pages
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Wuthering Heights is a wild, passionate story of the intense and almost demonic love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, a foundling adopted by Catherine's father. After Mr Earnshaw's death, Heathcliff is bullied and humiliated by Catherine's brother Hindley and wrongly believing that his love for Catherine is not reciprocated, leaves Wuthering Heights, only to return years later as a wealthy and polished man. He proceeds to exact a terrible revenge for his former miseries. The action of the story is chaotic and unremittingly violent, but the accomplished handling of a complex structure, the evocative descriptions of the lonely moorland setting and the poetic grandeur of vision combine to make this unique novel a masterpiece of English literature.
This post is definitely highlighting how little classic literature I've read, and I've also never tried anything from any of the Bronte sisters. I definitely wanted to correct this and Wuthering Heights was on my recommended reading list, so I decided to give it a try. I've heard a lot about it and it's been alluded to in many different novels that I've read, with even Twilight featuring it heavily, and so I definitely wanted to educate myself more on the novel and read it this summer.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Classics, Historical, Romance
216 Pages
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The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s third book, stands as the supreme achievement of his career. This exemplary novel of the Jazz Age has been acclaimed by generations of readers. The story of the fabulously wealthy Jay Gatsby and his love for the beautiful Daisy Buchanan, of lavish parties on Long Island at a time when The New York Times noted “gin was the national drink and sex the national obsession,” it is an exquisitely crafted tale of America in the 1920s.
For many, Gatsby is the obvious choice of text for coursework, and there are plenty of possible comparisons to make between it and Atonement. For this reason, I knew that I wanted to read it in case some of the other texts didn't work out or I preferred this one, and so I'd be confident that it could be easily compared to Atonement. It's also hailed to be a very enjoyable read and there's plenty of resources available online for it, making this a safe choice for coursework.

I hope you enjoyed this book haul, and if you'd like to know more about any of these novels then make sure to let me know, as I'd be more than happy to review them on my blog. I'm actually on holiday at the moment and so this post has been scheduled, but don't worry as I'll still be bringing you a new post next Sunday as usual. In the meantime, why not check out some of my other blog posts or follow me on social media to see what I'm up to throughout the week!

Love from Daisy x

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Rimmel London Insta Collection

Rimmel has recently launched their latest 'selfie-inspired' collection and I've seen it non-stop over social media ever since, which is very fitting as it's an Instagram themed launch aiming to make you selfie-ready. Instagram is huge at the moment, and 'Instagram makeup' has become the definition of flawless and perfected, although it may not always be entirely true to life due to being edited. Rimmel are taking this online phenomenon and transferring it into their new makeup collection, which they kindly sent me to try out. It aims to give you a flawless complexion and chiselled features without having to cheat it with Photoshop. I couldn't wait to try these products as soon as they landed on my doorstep, and I thought it was about time to share some more about them.

Rimmel London Insta Collection

Insta Conceal, Contour and Correct Palettes 

Rimmel London Insta Collection Conceal Contour Correct Palettes

The Insta Conceal and Contour Palettes are available in three shades, being light, medium and dark, meaning you'll definitely be able to find something that suits your skin tone. Each palette contains a concealing shade, highlighter and contour shade, making it ideal for travelling or on-the-go application containing all of your complexion essentials. It aims to camouflage the different tones and imperfections on your face and allow you to fully sculpt and contour your face, creating definition in the form of a naturally flawless look. I particularly love the creamy texture and opaque finish of these products, and their ease of blendability means they can be applied effortlessly.

Rimmel London Insta Collection Conceal Contour Correct Palettes

The Insta Conceal and Correct Palette is an exciting launch from Rimmel, as there aren't many correcting products on the market, particularly for an affordable price. I've never tried colour correcting before, but this palette is a handy little kit that contains the three essential shades, making it ideal for beginners to colour correcting like myself. The peach aims to neutralises dark circles, although this is quite pale and is more like a brightening concealing shade on my skin. The green covers redness on the skin, which I'll get a lot of use from as I'm prone to redness around my nose, cheeks and chin. The lilac shade is for cancelling out dullness, and this definitely intrigued me as I'd never seen a lilac corrector before. All of these are incredibly creamy in formula, and all that is required to blend them is lightly patting them into the target area with your finger.

Insta Duo Contour Sticks

Rimmel London Insta Collection Duo Contour Stick Light

Rimmel London Insta Collection Duo Contour Stick Medium

Rimmel London Insta Collection Duo Contour Stick Dark

The Insta Duo Contour Sticks are dual-ended sticks that aim to define and accentuate your facial features. The applicators are fairly narrow, shaped similarly to a lipstick, meaning you can be really precise with the application of the product. They come in three different shades: light, medium and dark, and so there'll definitely be something to suit your complexion. I personally found that there wasn't a great difference between the light and medium ones, both of which would work with my skin tone, although I wouldn't normally class myself as having a medium complexion.

Rimmel London Insta Collection Duo Contour Sticks Swatches Light Medium Dark

As you can tell from the swatches, these are intensely pigmented considering I only lightly applied them to my arm. The contour shades are all quite warm-toned, which doesn't create the most natural appearance of a shadow, but I like how this creates more of a bronzed, glowing look that's perfect for summer. You'll also be glad to hear that they apply very easily and are blendable, making them all-around great contour sticks to work with.

Rimmel London Insta Collection Powder Setting Spray

Insta Fix and Matte Powder

This is a translucent powder that controls your shine and mattifies your makeup, whilst still allowing some natural glow to show through. It's definitely a product that I've been needing, as I've found that my t-zone has looked a bit shiny recently and could use some powdering, and this is the ideal one for the job. I'd definitely deem this as a handbag essential, especially with the glorious weather that the UK has had recently, to ensure that you stay oil-free throughout the day. There's no pigment to this powder and it doesn't show up on the skin, which I like as coloured powders can sometimes be too heavy and make the skin appear cakey. It's honestly the perfect product for setting makeup, particularly under the eyes as it doesn't crease your makeup whilst still keeping it in place.

Insta Fix and Go 2 in 1 Primer and Setting Spray

This is a 2-in-1 priming and setting spray, meaning you can apply it underneath or on top of your makeup depending on your personal preferences. I love products like these for locking your makeup into place, especially if I'm wearing quite a lot of makeup for a party or show and want it to last. I definitely need to test the priming aspect of this product more, but it's great to see an affordable setting spray on the market from Rimmel.

Overall, I'm incredibly impressed by this new launch and the quality of the products is definitely to be applauded. Although the whole premise may be more targeted towards a younger demographic, relying on the popularity of Instagram and hashtag culture, the products themselves are perfect for anyone looking to create a defined and contoured complexion with the appearance of flawless skin.

Thank you very much for reading this review and hopefully it's inspired you to try some of these products, which I'd definitely urge you to do. I'm actually going on holiday this week, but don't worry as I've scheduled blog posts for while I'm away, meaning I'll see you again next Sunday for a new post as usual.

Love from Daisy x

A lot of people always wonder how I go about creating my blog posts and what tasks I carry out in order to go from draft to the published product. I wrote a post about this quite some time ago, but since then many of my blogging processes have changed and my preparation for each blog post is now more extensive and thorough. I thought it may be helpful to produce this post, either to help anyone who's new to blogging and doesn't know where to begin with writing posts or to simply provide an insight into how I write blog posts, so I hope that it's helpful!

Brainstorm Ideas
The first step of any blog post is to come up with a few ideas of what to include, whether this is the style of post, genre, or simply what to write about. I usually do this by jotting down a few bullet points in a notebook or typing up some ideas, but whichever method I choose I ensure that my brainstorming is as detailed as possible. I also think of possible titles for the blog post, as well as leaving myself any notes about what to remember when actually writing the post.

Create Categories
I take a systematic approach to writing blog posts and prefer to separate my posts into categories or sections, opposed to just rambling on in a free-flowing style. I find it much easier to write each section of the post individually, and then it all comes together at the end, so it's important for me to identify the categories early on. For example, I will often split blog posts using sub-headings to identify the key points or arguments.

Bullet Point Key Ideas
Following on from my previous point, where I outlined how it's important for me to take a methodical approach to writing blog posts, I then go onto bullet point ideas for each category. I find this much easier than writing each section without a basis, as I can organise my thoughts and see which sections have gaps that may need filling, before actually crafting the post.

Wider Research
Although this isn't something I do for every blog post, it's sometimes important for me to do extended research about my blog post topic. Whether this is looking through press releases for information about a new product launch or researching specific details for a book review, I find it important to be informed about the topic. This is often Internet-based research and is quickly conducted, with anything important that I find being added to my bullet points.

First Draft
It's only at this point that I start to actually create the paragraphs of my blog post in the form of a first draft. Taking it a section at a time, I re-read all of my bullet points and start to word them into a paragraph. Due to my extensive preparation, I often find this step to be the easiest and the paragraphs come together quite nicely, with all of the groundwork being previously done.

Proofread and Edit Blog Post
Although the first draft of my blog post may be completed, it still needs a lot of work and editing to get it to the standard of publishing. I proceed to read through the post multiple times to pick out any mistakes or flag up any parts that I want to change. I also run my post through Grammarly, which I'd highly recommend as it's great for picking out grammatical errors and mistakes that I've skipped over, thus ensuring a higher quality of my posts.

Ideas For Photographs
Now that the post is written, all that's left is to add the photographs, so I start to think of possible photos to compliment it. If I'm reviewing some beauty products, for example, then I'll start to think about which props will compliment them nicely and decide on what would be the best way to photograph them. This is probably the step I'm most lazy with if I'm honest, but it definitely helps to improve the quality of photos.

Take Photographs
I'll often take many variations of photos, all with slight alterations and minor differences between them. This ensures that I'll have plenty to choose from when making the final selection, and therefore I don't have to drag everything out again if the one photo I took didn't look right. If it's something people would like to see, then I'd definitely do a more in-depth post about how I take and edit my blog photos, but for this, I rely on natural light and my iPhone 6s camera.

Edit and Upload Photos
As I said earlier, I'll happily write a more detailed post about my blog photography process, but the essence of this step takes place on the app VSCO Cam. I discovered this about a year ago and it has since become an essential to me, and I edit all of my photos using it. I don't drastically change their appearance but instead use this to enhance the photos, altering their brightness, contrast and highlights to the desired effect. Once I'm happy with how the images look, I'll then add them to the blog post for a preview of how the completed post will look, making any minor alterations if necessary.

At this point, it's finally time to publish my post and promote it on social media, and that's the end of my blog post routine! I know it might seem like a long and laborious process, but these are all of my essential steps for each blog post that I write and upload. I'd love to know if you do anything different when creating blog posts, or if you're a new blogger then hopefully this has been helpful and provided some guidance.

Thank you very much for reading this blog post, and I really hope that it was helpful. I'll be back again next Sunday with another post, so make sure you come back next week for a new read.

Love from Daisy x

Summer Days and Summer Nights is, as the title suggests, a collection of short stories all featuring summer romance, making it a perfect read for this time of year. After being kindly sent this book by Pan Macmillan, I raced through it at the end of last summer and mentioned it various times on my blog. However, I never fully reviewed it as posting about a summer themed book in autumn didn't seem appropriate, but now that summer is finally upon us, I thought it was the perfect time to share all of my thoughts and opinions on this beautiful, heartwarming read.

This book contains twelve short stories, meaning you can choose to read one per sitting or race through the entire book whilst lying in the sun, much like I did. If you're someone who can't commit to a long novel, especially when you're on holiday with many distractions and plenty of other things to do, then Summer Days and Summer Nights may be the perfect book for you. I never usually read short stories, but I embraced this book with open arms and ended up really enjoying it, so I'd definitely say that it's worth a try.

Let's be honest, you don't want to read anything incredibly heavy-going or intense whilst you're chilling in the sun, yet equally, you don't want a book that is boring. Summer Days and Summer Nights is the perfect choice in this instance, being captivating and enthralling whilst still being a light read. Despite being short stories, there was still a great level of depth and the plot didn't feel lacking or rushed at any points, yet all of the stories still had a relaxed atmosphere that makes them perfect for indulging in for some light poolside reading.

A variety of different authors contributed to this novel, including notable names such as Stephanie Perkins, Cassandra Clare and Leigh Bardugo, as well as a few that I'd never heard of. Not only was this the perfect introduction to the works of many authors, but it was also interesting to see how each interpreted the theme of summer love in a different way, providing a wide variety of storylines and genres included.

To give you a taste of what Summer Days and Summer Nights is like, I thought I'd share my three favourite short stories from the collection with you, in no particular order, all of which exemplify the different genres and styles included.

Favourite #1 - Love is the Last Resort by Jon Skovron 
If you're looking for an idealistic, feel-good summer love story then look no further than this. Being set in a vacation resort, this story fits perfectly with the summer theme and has an instantly uplifting vibe to it. It's essentially three love stories rolled into one, with plenty of matchmaking and cliche yet cute moments scattered throughout. I loved the quirky style of narration and almost cheesy comedic moments, which really added to the essence of this incredibly breezy and enjoyable story.

Favourite #2 - Inertia by Veronica Roth
This is definitely the most creative story in the collection, revolving around the premise of the 'Last Visitation' where you are able to revisit shared memories in your final moments. This was a huge departure from the lighthearted summer reading I was expecting, but it made for an emotional read that was probably my favourite. I love the concept of controlling someone's mind and the focus on dreams, meaning I was fully immersed throughout reading this. Not only does this sci-fi story feature impeccable writing, but it does a brilliant job at exploring family and friendship relationships, as well as the topics of mental health and grief.

Favourite #3 - Souvenirs by Tim Federle
This story essentially flips the cliche of idealistic, happy summer romances on its head, with the main characters counting down to their 'break-up day'. It has a pensive, melancholic vibe to it which you definitely wouldn't expect from a summer-themed story, but this is paired with a fun, upbeat tone and a lot of humour. The rambling style of the teenage narrative epitomises authentic love, and this story definitely portrays the most realistic relationship in the collection, despite still having a scattering of heartfelt moments.

To conclude, I thoroughly enjoyed reading Summer Days and Summer Nights by Stephanie Perkins, and the contributions from other authors made it an unforgettable read that I'd urge you to pick up. If you're looking for a summer romance featuring racial diversity, LGBT characters, mental health issues or many other topics, this book has a variety to keep you entertained and leave you with a heartwarming sense of happiness.

I hope you enjoyed hearing my thoughts of this book, and if you'd like me to review any other books in the future then make sure you let me know down in the comments. Thanks for reading and I'll see you again next Sunday!

Love from Daisy x