Category: Book Review

Review – Mansfield and Me by Sarah Laing

Good morning my loves Today is a particularly exciting post. If you’ve read any of my recent posts (#IndieBooksLoveFest and #IndieBooksLoveFest August Spotlight) you’ll know that my plan at the moment is to showcase independent publishers for the next couple of months. Today I have my review of Mansfield &

July 2019 Wrap-Up

Good morning my loves! Happy Tuesday! Today is my first day back in work following my little stay in hospital and I must admit, I would much rather be in bed right now – listening to the sound of the rain (hurrah!). However, not such luck for me I’m afraid,

Blog Tour: The Therapist by Nial Giacomelli

Good morning loves! I hope you had a better weekend than I had… After spending hours on end at the hospital, the mystery surrounding the headaches I’ve been having for 8 weeks has hopefully been solved. Here’s to hoping! Anyway, today’s post is one that I am super excited about

Blog Tour: Looker by Laura Sims

Good morning my loves! I am very much looking forward to today’s post. The lovely folk at Tinder Press sent me an early copy of this book quite some time ago and I read it on my most recent holiday. Fortuitously, the ever lovely Anne Carter then sent out an

Review: The Paper & Hearts Society

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

Review: The Doll Factory

Good morning my loves! Today is a review post that I am really excited to share. I read this book in the month of May and I haven’t stopped thinking about it since then. It has rapidly become a favourite of all time for me and I’ve been raving about

Review: Lost Children Archive

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

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