Disclaimer: On the announcement of release, I requested the proof of this book to review. What follows is my honest opinion, having been a fan of Rowan Coleman for a while now. Excuse my language, but what a bloody brilliant book this is! (You can also have some tripled alliteration along with that.) Having arrived … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things: Review*
Rowan Coleman's latest novel, The Summer Of Impossible Things, is out later this month. And here is what you need to know about it. It's significantly longer than her previous works. Expect some time travel throughout the book; it is sort of fantasy/thriller/drama. However, it forms quite an important part of the book. This book … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Release*
Disclaimer: this post contains a PR sample that was sent to me. I asked Matt at Sweet Cheesus to send me a sample, and he agreed. What follows constitutes my honest opinion. Good morning! How has your day been so far? As you could have probably guessed by the title, today's post is a review of … Continue reading Sweet Cheesus Cheesecake Review.*
Disclaimer: this book was sent to me from Fronthill Media, the publishers, in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to read this book, and asked to review it. What follows constitutes my truest thoughts. As readers will know, I am an avid fan of Sylvia Plath ; I have been that way since … Continue reading Sylvia Plath And The Haunted Reader By Gail Crowther; Review. *
This is a post that I've seen floating around for a while-you can see the exact post here. So, here's my version: Firstly, you have to thank the person who tagged you-so, maybe over social media. Next, write and set yourself goals for next year, as well as how you intend to achieve them. Tag … Continue reading This time next year tag
Let's just have an honest chat, shall we? From the 'aspergic' blogger whose blog you've been reading, to you, the presumably neurotypical reader. (Or maybe you're a fellow 'Aspergian'-in that case, welcome! You are among friends here 😃) Having Aspergers Sydrome is hard; over on Twitter, I saw one parent saying that her son refers … Continue reading A note to fellow Aspergians like me.
This is a guest post by Lisa Kallas, over at Sugar Loaf Dreamer. (Click here to visit her blog.) When my mum was leaving school you were encouraged to stay at home and be a housewife and mother. If they did work it was in retail, nursing and light duties work. When I was leaving … Continue reading Having It All….At What Price? Guest Post By Lisa Kallas, Sugar Loaf Dreamer.
Disclaimer: This post is a review of a PR sample. What follows is my honest opinion. Now, I will confess; I do not really enjoy trying new things. I know what I like, what I dislike, and I'm quite happy that way, thank you very much. But when I saw Hippeas Puffs, I was intrigued, … Continue reading Hippeas Puffs Review.*
Books. Books! Lovely books. Whenever I go to Waterstones, I always compile a list of books I wish to read; after all, of there is any purpose I can have, it could be to cram by brain with what a book gives, and pass the information on. Anyway, here are a few photos I took … Continue reading A Trip To Waterstones.
Disclaimer: Due to Bagelman following me on Instagram-I still have no idea as to why-I pitched to see if I could review their shop. On the day, I was lucky enough to be able to go behind the counter, and see how they make their Bagels. This is what constitutes a PR related post, yet … Continue reading Making Bagels With Bagleman. *
Joy is something that is very subjective-that feeling on seeeing your work admired, when you see your kids at the end of the day, when your husband comes home, on finding out that new music is being released by your favorite singer, etc. It isn't something that is very 'big'-in the sense that we don't … Continue reading 10 ways to spread joy.
Disclaimer: this is a proof copy that I was sent to review, at my own request. What follows is my own opinion. Thank you to Chloe at Carlton Books. Remember Fashion? That very controversial subject-it raged over the fur debate, is still a major industry, and bloggers are now sat on the front row, … Continue reading Things A Woman Should Know About Style Book Review. *
Books are life, and life is books. These are my list of my favourite books: The diary of Anne Frank. Searching For Grace Kelly. Dreaming in French by Alice Kaplan. Mad Girl By Bryony Gordon. Reasons To Stay Alive by Matt Haig. Pain, parties, work; Sylvia Plath in New York, 1953 by Elizabeth Winder. Ariel … Continue reading My favourite books list.
Good morning! There's this post (click here to view), which I have recently been reading. I was very inspired; we could all do with spreading kindness, adding a little happiness to this world. So, adapting this post slightly, these are fifty things that make me happy, and some of them you can also try out! … Continue reading 50 Things That Make Me Happy.
Hi! You know when you read a magazine such as ELLE, they always have the cover star, or somebody else, deaptailing the books that formed part of their identity? For this post, I thought I'd do the same; I get to write about books, and not much else 😂 How to be a women By … Continue reading Get To Know Me By My Books.