So, we’re six days into 2022 (when I’m writing this) and I thought it was time to take a breath from the madness of Christmas and look back at what I’d done the last year. This would’ve been solely book focused, however, a lot was happening in my life that forced me to take a... Continue Reading →
My Top 5 Love Stories | Books for… Valentine’s Day
There have been the odd few romances that have really stuck with me; this is a collection 5 books of books that have done just that...
Sunny Days and Self-Reflection | May 2020
Another month has passed still with no sign of lockdown easing any time soon. With tensions high, there was a sense of positivity when the sun shone bright behind the clouds. England was bathed in a warm glow for two weeks - this was the perfect time to read while sunbathing!
The New Normal – April 2020
So, the first full month of lockdown in the UK has now passed, and its safe to say that it has been one weird month. Speaking for myself, i've been through all the emotions this month; dispare, annoyance, anger, and acceptance. I'm pretty over-emotional at the best of times, but I think the flurry and... Continue Reading →
Lockdown Madness – March 2020
Well March has finished, boy what a month its been. Here is how books have shaped this month for me and helped bring me through this weird time...
“Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold” by Stephen Fry
Finally! I've managed to write another review. See what I had to say about this one...
Lazy Reading – February 2020
February, full of traffic jams and workplace dilemas. However, there was still time for some good books...
The Giftable Book – January 2020
So January has finally come to an end. We’ve all been paid and can breathe a sigh of relief. I thought I’d take this time to look back at all the books I read that shaped the first month of 2020.
New Year, New Perspective
Honestly, this is a train of thought written when I had too many thoughts in my head that kept me awake. Subject of that thought: New Year!
Great Literary Mothers
In comemoration to Mother's Day (in the UK), I thought i'd take a look back at some of the amazing mothers that i've come across in many of the books that i've read.
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