March Book Reviews

This month has been a bit of a slow one for my reading but I think I have read my favourite book of the year so far.  I have been really lucky to win a book competition as well as get the opportunity to review some fantastic books.  I hope you enjoy this month's round … Continue reading March Book Reviews

Blog Tour Book Review – Last Of The Summer Moet

Last Of The Summer Moet by Wendy Holden The Blurb Top reporter Laura Lake has struck journalistic gold. She’s discovered a secret country village where the British elite own weekend mansions. Film stars, famous artists and top writers, not to mention Cabinet ministers and the cream of M16, land their helicopters in the grounds of … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review – Last Of The Summer Moet

January Book Reviews

I have decided rather than splitting them into separate posts (which can clog up the blog as I read quite a lot) I would do a monthly post reviewing the books I have read.  My Reading Challenge/Book Club is still accepting new readers so check out my post here on how to sign up! Some … Continue reading January Book Reviews

Reading Challenge 2018

So you all know I am a keen reader and I like to share the books I have enjoyed with you all.  This year I have decided to set myself some reading goals.  What started with a number, became a lot more interesting when I decided to pick some 'rules' for books I choose to … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2018

Blog Tour Book Review – The Single Girl’s Calendar

What a great book to start the year with.  This is easy to read, relatable and gives the sense of New Year's resolutions and goals, even though it is not based at the beginning of a year. The Single Girl's Calendar by Erin Green The Blurb A task a day to cure a broken heart. … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review – The Single Girl’s Calendar

Summer Reading List

I was always known as the bookworm when I was young and reading is still a great passion of mine.  Recently I have been into Waterstones faaaar too much but I can't resist a peek at the 'buy one get one half price displays' to see what I fancy reading.  I have now built up … Continue reading Summer Reading List

World Book Day With A Side Of Sadness

Having chronic illnesses is bad enough but some days it feels crueller than others and it's often just the little things. Being a mummy is literally my favourite thing in the world. I love everything about it, from the monumental first steps, to the seemingly routine bed time snuggle and storytimes every night. Today is … Continue reading World Book Day With A Side Of Sadness