I have no idea what has happened this year. Apart from the world apparently going completely mad, I’ve hardly read any books! Five. That’s how bad. Just five. Shocking. Anyway, I thought I’d do a review of one of them because, why not?
Hola lovely people! This year is absolutely flying by – I can’t believe we’re nearly halfway through already… Last week, I celebrated my 24th birthday by eating lots (of course) and going to the Hay on Wye book festival.
A couple of years ago, I read Probably Nothing by Matilda Tristram – a picture book that depicted a woman’s battle with cancer. It stayed with me because it was so different and it was such a unique way of talking about such a difficult topic. So when Hot Key Books sent me Night Shift by Debi Gliori, I was … More Night Shift Review | Books
Hey lovely people, I was tagged by BookBloke to do the Reader Confessions Tag and so here I am doing it 🙂 Thank you to BookBloke for tagging me! 😀 Now let’s get straight to it!
I have something to admit… These past few days, I’ve been slacking. I usually wake up early every morning and write a little bit more of the novel I’ve been working on. But recently, I’ve been feeling a tad stuck. So I’ve dug out a few books from my bookshelf to get me back in … More 5 Books Every Writer Should Own | Books
The books I’ve been reading recently have mainly been non-fiction and last month, I decided that I wanted something a bit more romantic to give myself a break from the factual based stuff. Luckily, sitting on my shelf was a book that my sister had lent me a long time ago, Vince & Joy by Lisa Jewell. It … More Vince & Joy | Book Review
Hey lovely people, I recently finished reading a self-help book for the first time ever & it was quite an experience. A friend lent me the book The Right Questions by Debbie Ford a few years ago and I’ve only just got around to reading it.
Hey lovely people, Well, this week I’ve been thinking about my favourite books from 2015 & I made a short video about it that I’ll link at the bottom of this review. One of the books that was really up there for me was You, Me & Other People by Fionnuala Kearney.
Hey guys, I hope you’re all well! I’ve got a book review for you today & with the Six Nations coming up, I thought it only right that I should review a book centred on rugby – in fact, it’s a Rugby World Cup thriller!