I’m off on a brief hiatus! It’s time for an adventure. I’m ready for a break and to see something new. I’m done with typing for a bit while I … Continue Reading See you in a few weeks!!!!
I HAVE SUCH MIXED FEELINGS ABOUT THIS ONE. On the one hand I told everyone who asked me about what I was reading that “I wasn’t feeling it”, yet on … Continue Reading A Tidy Ending by Joanna Cannon | book review
At the beginning of 2022, I set myself a few goals for the coming year. They weren’t massive, earth shattering, I’m going to jump out of a plane and become … Continue Reading Goals for 2022 mid year check in….
I didn’t like it. I didn’t absolutely hate it, I finished it after all. I didn’t feel strongly about it at all, that’s probably the worst reaction to have towards … Continue Reading One day I shall astonish the world by Nina Stibbe | book review
Here we are at the end of another month! I’ve had a decent April when it comes to books, with a few that are contenders for my favourite reads of … Continue Reading April in books| Mini reviews
I’m holding my hands up, when I started How to kill your family, I wasn’t sure if I’d finish it. I didn’t know if I’d be able to get on board … Continue Reading How to kill your family by Bella Mackie| Review
Hi everyone! I was recently lucky enough to be nominated for the Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award by Read and review it Thank you for nominating me – I loved reading … Continue Reading The Ideal Inspiration blogger award
I know what you’re thinking, yet another review on Lessons in Chemistry. If you’re expecting a review from a blogger not falling over herself to praise this book, then I suggest … Continue Reading Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus | book review
What a book. What a stunning debut. Memphis by Tara M Stringfellow is one of my must reads for 2022, I honestly can’t find enough superlatives for this book, you have … Continue Reading Memphis by Tara M Stringfellow | Review
I’ve switched from being a car commuter to a train traveller and it’s been a revelation in many ways. I haven’t really had to depend on trains since university, the … Continue Reading Lessons in train travel
Firstly, could Sally Page have had any another job? Of course, Sally Page was going to be a writer, I love cases of nominative determinism like this. It’s a couple of hours … Continue Reading The Keeper of Stories by Sally Page | Review
SPOILER FREE Grab a tube of Pringles (salt and vinegar preferably) settle down and let me tell you all about Impossible by Sarah Lotz. There’s been a lot of hype … Continue Reading Impossible by Sarah Lotz |Review
I’ve been spending a lot of time in hotels over the past few weeks. Here’s why…. At the beginning of March, I took up a new job role as news … Continue Reading Problems with packing
My God, I related so much to this book. In Careering, Daisy Buchanan manages to skewer every woman’s dysfunctional relationship with her career, whether you’re at the beginning, middle or end of … Continue Reading Book Review: Careering by Daisy Buchanan
This was my first foray into Colleen Hoover’s work and, while I liked Reminders of him, I wasn’t blown away and was kind of left with a sense of “well, … Continue Reading Book review: Reminders of him by Colleen Hoover
Last week was international women’s day and I largely…ignored it. I’m not against celebrating all things women but I feel something as gotten very lost along the way. The endless … Continue Reading My problem with International Women’s day