Book Review: The Good Widow by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke [Kindle First]

*This book review is SPOILER FREE* If you have Amazon Prime and a Kindle I would seriously recommend making the most of Kindle First. This brilliant feature gives you the option to choose from one of six pre-release novels. Each book is from a different genre which means that there should be at least one… Continue reading Book Review: The Good Widow by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke [Kindle First]


Book Review: Me Without You by Kelly Rimmer

Lilah and Callum are both people who claim they don't want a serious relationship. However - after a chance meeting on a ferry one day - the chemistry that builds between them hints at something more. But, Lilah is hiding a life changing secret that threatens to destroy not only her chance at love, but Callum's… Continue reading Book Review: Me Without You by Kelly Rimmer

Choosing my Degree

I moved around a lot throughout my childhood. By the time I was eighteen I had lived on two continents; in four countries; in eight houses; and, had attended eight different educational establishments. During this time, sections of the school curriculum got lost in transit for me and I found myself struggling in academic areas… Continue reading Choosing my Degree

Blogmas 2 // The Christmasaurus

Welcome back to Blogmas! Today my festive object is The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher:   I am fully aware that this is a children's novel but I just thought it was such a lovely idea for a story and I have been following Tom Fletcher's career for a while now. This author's name might sound familiar to… Continue reading Blogmas 2 // The Christmasaurus