Mother? Daughter? Angel? Monster? Oh. My. God. What a book! What a final sentence! I’d heard so much about The Push around its release date, I was interested but did … Continue Reading Book Review: The Push by Ashley Audrain
Mrs Death Misses Death will not be a book for everyone. To be honest, I wasn’t sure it’d be a book for me. It’s hard to pin down what this … Continue Reading Book Review: Mrs Death Misses Death by Salena Godden
My friend Alice has been telling me to read The One by John Marrs for well over a year. She upped her promotion of this book recently telling me I … Continue Reading Book Review: The One by John Marrs
Every morning, I pull on my walking gear and head up into the hills for a good stomp across the countryside. It’s only in the past few years I’ve felt … Continue Reading A woman’s world
Writing update…..still four books behind, next up More than a woman by Caitlin Moran It’s Friday morning, I’m sat staring at two VERY silver, very wiry hairs that have sprouted overnight. … Continue Reading Book Review: More than a woman by Caitlin Moran
Firstly, I’m well behind, not with reading, I’m behind with writing (like four books behind). So, without further ado here’s my review of Girl A by Abigail Dean. Wow! There … Continue Reading Book Review: Girl A by Abigail Dean
So, an entire year has passed since our last completely normal weekend. For me, that final weekend was marked with a surprise 30th for my brother David, it was in … Continue Reading The things you miss…
I have a tendency of keeping hold of things that remind me of places, people, and things I love. I have a box overflowing with cards, gig tickets, festival bands, … Continue Reading Memories of Leeds
Good to see World Book Day still went ahead this year, my social media has been filled with kids dressed up as their favourite characters, I even spotted a headteacher … Continue Reading World Book Day: Who would you go as?
If I had a time machine, one of the places I’d head back to is year five at St Peter’s Primary school. It’s a Wednesday afternoon, the girls have been … Continue Reading Periods and Insomnia
I didn’t like it. That’s it, that’s the review….. Okay, I’ll write a bit more. First things first, I know that by now I should be able to give up … Continue Reading Book Review: My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing
Augusta Hope grows up as a twin in Hedley Green. She’s desperate to get out and find a place she fits. Gloriously awkward from a young age, Augusta becomes obsessed … Continue Reading Book Review: The Other Half of Augusta Hope by Joanna Glen
I finished The Great Believers last weekend and it’s still going through my mind. I’d picked it up after watching It’s A Sin the week before, something else I keep … Continue Reading Book Review: The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai
Sometimes in this life, we’re lucky enough to meet people who truly inspire us. People who’ll be dealing with unimaginable grief but remain determined to make a difference and help … Continue Reading Goodnight my friend
I’m the first to admit, I am woman with many bad habits… Leaving tea bags on the side, my car is a tip and, my personal favourite, eating lime pickle … Continue Reading Bad habits, why am I always late?
Here we are at the end of January, how are we all doing? No, really, how are we doing? Because let’s be honest, this month has been a hell of … Continue Reading One month down….