LovleyLittleBlog Guest Post - Book Review

Hi guys!
I am so excited to be writing a post for Sophie’s blog because I have followed her blog for a while now and I really enjoy reading all of her posts and keeping up with her Instagram. I haven’t been blogging for very long but I feel like it will go well for me as I am enjoying it so much. 


So about my blog; my blog at the moment is a huge mixture of things - I am trying out lots of different little things until I know what sort of blog I want to be. But who knows, maybe I will do a little bit of everything forever just to keep it exciting! Also another thing you may be wondering is what is my blog actually called? The name of my blog is 'lovleylittleblog' ... I know what you are all thinking, that’s not how you spell lovely and I know, but you see the thing is I really liked the correct name but it was taken, therefore I thought lets spell it wrong and let people live with it :)
Anyways on to the purpose of this post! In this post I will be reviewing a couple of books that I really like .I know one of them will have been done so many times but I just love it so much!! The two books I will be reviewing are 'The Fault In Our Stars' by John Green and 'All I Know Now' by Carrie Hope Fletcher. I really like both of these books and I’m not a big reader so that’s saying something! The reason I have chosen to do these books is because they are both about real life and real issues.

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'The Fault In Our Stars' I’m sure you have either read it or watched the movie because let’s admit it is everywhere these days! At first before I read this book I was kind of nervous to read it, purely because of what the book is actually about. I have had personal experience with situations raised in this book and I think that’s another reason why I love the book so much. I love how the book is written, it is almost casual and that is one of the things that I love about John Green - he is just such a good writer. He makes it seem so simple which is why he is just so good at it. The book is just beautiful to me because of how it is written and how it is. 

I feel like it was very daring of John to write about something like teen cancer as it is so real but something no one really wants to touch on because of its nature. 
'The Fault In Our Stars' is a love story, but is not your regular love story, and that’s what I love. It has twists and turns along the way and so many things you wouldn’t expect to happen. It is such a beautiful love story and throughout the film (and book) it really makes you value what you have because of the situation the characters are in - yet still they are making the best of the time they have got. All in all, I love this book so much and I think it is just beautifully written and put about and it is a book that I will never get tired of.


On to 'All I Know Now' by Carrie Hope Fletcher. This book is also a really good read and about real life. However, this book is more of a guide filled with personal experiences. If you are wondering what to do with your life or how to go about a difficult situation then it's pretty much guaranteed there will be something for you in this book. 
Throughout the book Carrie reveals lots of funny anecdotes about things that have happened to her and other people around her. Additionally, in the book she gives you examples of what not to do in awkward social situations, I don't know about you but I get myself in enough of those, but now I know how to get myself out of them! Carrie has mentioned on her YouTube channel before that she has given herself the role of the older sister, and she is there for you to talk to and to give advice.
There is so much good advice in this book about so many things. I really liked reading this book because it was just very funny to read and also I learnt that I’m not the only one getting myself into endless awkward situations, whether it is with family, friends or even strangers. This book is very different to 'The Fault In Our Stars', despite the fact they are both about real life situations this one is definitely a lot lighter and happier to read. 
I love both of these books for different reasons and I don’t think I could get tired of either of them to be honest because they are both such good reads!!
I hope you have enjoyed reading my review of these two books and who knows maybe I have even persuaded you to try one of them out - if not both. Please make sure to check out my blog for all my other posts. Once again I would like to thank Sophie for letting me have this chance to post on her blog to show you guys what I’m all about! Thanks for reading!
Until next time guys!
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