Come with me to Los Angeles!

Virtual Book Tour Love Gosh I wish I really could feel that LA heat BUT let's Virtually head over there and visit Esme Winterflood at her LA Lash Studio on Venice Beach. Esme is sharing her excerpt from The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer where she gives all the tips and tricks for lashes when [...]

Holy Island by LJ Ross – Book Review

I am just going to put it out there right now that LJ Ross is a friend of mine but when it comes to book reviews this could be a double-edged sword!  When purchasing her debut novel Holy Island I was suddenly faced with an awkward realisation - what if I hate it?  Or (possibly [...]

Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse – Book Review

I haven't posted a book review for a while.  The reason being, I have struggled to get into a book.  That was until Me Before You by Lucie Whitehouse.  This book moves at a quick pace (which I love), keeping you turning the pages as rapidly as you can. Although it is building up to something, [...]

Beginners Guide to Blogging

I am so completely and beyond thrilled that my little blog has inspired others to start blogging.  My blog really is still a baby, recently having it's 1st birthday.  There are a few things that I have learnt over the last year that I thought I would share with my newbie bloggers... Tweet Tweet If you [...]

Precious Thing by Colette McBeth – Book Review

I am not sure how to start when reviewing Precious Thing.  To say I loved it, is far to bland.  I love coffee but that feeling is no where near close to how much I was totally enthralled by this book. For me this book has everything.  A storyline that keeps you guessing all the [...]

A Single Breath by Lucy Clarke – Book Review

Lucy Clarke's debut novel The Sea Sisters was my unexpected book of 2013 so I was very excited about her second novel coming out. A Single Breath was an easy beautiful read.  You get thrown into the action, after which the first half was a lot of scene setting, the second half is where the action [...]

The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer – Book Review

If Carelsberg made books... This is the most wonderful book, you can see straight away why it won the coveted Costa Book Awards.  I actually tweeted when I was about 30 pages into the book; 'Ever found a book so amazing you want to stop reading cause you don't want to finish it?  This is that book'.  [...]