Emily made a mistake, a mistake midwifes can't afford to make. Escaping to her dad's home in Devon to regroup and check in on him – his dementia has been worsening, and her guilt along with it – she is surprised when a beautiful stranger answers the door. Francoise is her dad's new carer, but Emily's father seems to have deteriorated under her care. Emily doesn't trust Francoise – but she doesn't trust herself either. Each has a secret. And one of them will kill to keep it . . .
Kate in Waiting – Quote
I finished reading Kate in Waiting by Becky Albertalli a little while ago and I throughly enjoyed it. As always with Becky's books it gave me some well needed escapism and happiness. I wanted to do what I normally do with a book I enjoy which is pick a quote from it and get designing. So, that is exactly what I did!
Women’s Anger in Furious Thing – Jenny Downham Guest Post
I love having exciting posts on my blog and this is certainly one of those! This week Jenny Downham, the author of Furious Thing, is celebrating the release of her book with a jam-packed blog tour. Today is my turn to host Jenny Downham on the blog to share a guest post. Today's post is all about women's anger in Furious Thing. Be sure to check out the other posts on this blog tour because they are all insightful and interesting!
July Book Haul!
Hi all, hope you are doing well! I'm back again with yet another book haul. July's book haul consists of 6 books which is the exact same amount of books I bough in May and June. Six books a month is seemingly standard for me. I had a couple of books on pre-order and bought some based on reviews. I was also gifted a book this month as well, I will highlight next to the book that was gifted. So, here is my July book haul!
What Happened in February?
Hello! February feels like it has completely flown by. I have done a lot this month, I've had a week off work, been to concerts and even went to a book event. Here is what happened in February! I can quite believe how many books I've read this month. This month I seemed to fly… Continue reading What Happened in February?
Blog Anniversary Memories
I cannot quite believe that I have been blogging for 3 years! Time seems to have flown by whilst I have been blogging. I have had an excellent three years blogging and meeting so many wonderful friends thanks to blogging. This is going to be a little post to recap the last year I have… Continue reading Blog Anniversary Memories
Sunshine Blogger Award
I was looking for something to post today when Fiona @ Finding the Plot of my Life came to my rescue by tagging me in the sunshine blogger award. I have done this tag before but it always has different questions, so I am excited to take part in it again! Rules: 1. Thank the blogger who… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
Question Time with Sophie Anderson – Author of The House with Chicken Legs
Recently, I got the chance to interview Sophie Anderson, the author of The House with Chicken Legs. The amazing Kimi at Waterstones Deansgate gave me this opportunity and I am so grateful. This is the third of a few question times that will be coming soon! My first was with Alice Oseman that you can find here. The… Continue reading Question Time with Sophie Anderson – Author of The House with Chicken Legs
Where my love for reading began!
Today's post is a little trip down memory lane. I was thinking about how my love for reading began and wanted to share it. My family have always called me a bookworm and when I look back on where my love of reading began I can understand why. I remember learning the alphabet thanks to… Continue reading Where my love for reading began!
Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi
Title: When Dimple Met Rishi (2017) Author: Sandhya Menon Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary, Humour, Romance and Fiction Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton Release Date: 1st June 2017 Rating: ★★★★☆ Reviewed by: Lois Synopsis: "Meet Dimple. Her main aim in life is to escape her traditional parents, get to university and begin her plan for tech world domination. Meet Rishi. He's rich, good-looking and… Continue reading Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi