Disclaimer: at my own request, Chloe Moss, on behalf of Carlton Books, sent these to me to review. What follows constitutes my own opinion. Three things I admire are common sense, logic, and a good sense of humour in people. But when paired in a book? I love it. These two books were sent to … Continue reading Mensa Book Review.*
(Thank you very much for Carlton books for sending me this.) I was reading this somewhat ironically the other day-a little book, informed by books of a few hundred years ago (more on that in a minute); can it really assert what is the apparent 'lost' way of being a 'lady'? Surely, that would depend … Continue reading Review: The Lost Art Of Being A Lady By Allison Vale And Rattle. *
Much to the disgust of some relatives, this week, I bought the above book. After interviewing the two lovely women authors (Holly Baxter and Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett), I thought it was my turn to read. I wasn't disappointed at all. I have to say, this is one of my favorite books I have read yet. … Continue reading Review: The Vagenda.