Good morning my loves! IT’S FRIDAYYYY!! I for one am really glad it’s the weekend. I’ve used 3 whole tanks of petrol this week in work…. it’s certainly been a busy one! Let me know what you have planned this weekend. I have next to nothing planned other than pottering
Good morning my loves! I hope you had a lovely weekend and are feeling refreshed ready for the week ahead. This is not a scheduled post for me – not in the sense that it is Sunday evening as I write this and I’ve moved along tomorrow (today’s) scheduled post
Good morning my loves! Today’s post is the next one in the Desert Island Books with Authors series. Today we have the lovely Jackie Carreria, author The Seventh Train, which is a book that I was lucky enough to take in the blog tour for. You can see my review here.
Good morning my loves! I hope you’ve had a fabulous week! Today’s review is of a book that I think will end up being one of my favourite books of the year, possibly of all time, and that is Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli. Synopsis A mother and father
Good morning my loves! I am so, so very excited about today’s post. I cannot take any praise for birthing this idea as it was the imagination of Rachel, with inspiration from Kelly, Danielle, Mart and Matt. Kelly and Danielle are the champions of #Orentober while #Fahrenbruary comes courtesy of Mart
Good morning my loves! I hope you’re having a good morning so far! Today’s post is one that’s been coming for a while I think. Having realised that there is basically no way on earth that I’m going to get through all of the unread books I own. So, here’s
Good morning loves! I cannot believe we are here again, the end of another month. It’s July on Monday…. Where is the year going?! Anyway, if you follow me on Twitter you’ll know that I’ve been suffering with chronic health problems this month which has meant I haven’t read as
Good morning my loves! I hope you’re all doing well today! Okay, so I am PUMPED for this post. For the month of July I have decided to join The Book Junkie Trails readathon! It’s a pretty chill readathon with only 4 prompts per group to read plus the group