I’ve always thought it better to read the book after the movie, contrary to popular belief that it should be the other way around. I’ve always found watching the film first means you get to enjoy that without comparing it to the book and then by watching the book after you get to see all … Continue reading Book Review: The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks
The Daughter is a gripping tale that follows residents of a town in the aftermath of the discovery of a body in the local allotments. Twists and turns follow every turn of the page... For my part in the blog tour, I've got an interview with the author, Billy McLaughlin! Thank you to Emma for conducting … Continue reading Author Interview: Billy McLaughlin – The Daughter
Christmas. Magic. Santa. Dinosaurs. The Christmasaurus is filled from cover to cover with ounces and ounces of it all. But what makes it an extra special book is one little boy, the star of the show, William Trundle. William’s story packs a powerful message: being nice is the best superpower you can have, especially when … Continue reading Book Review: The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher
Having withdrawal symptoms from Death in Paradise? Did you know there are books written by the writer of the show as well? If you’re like me and can’t wait till January (I think?) then indulging in the books is definitely a great way to pass the time until the next series! The best thing about … Continue reading Death in Paradise – The Books
Three girls. Three lives entirely different thrown together when they become roommates in college. Twenty years on and the friendship is still going strong but for the wrong reasons. The title of Campbell's novel had me intrigued the second I saw it on Pinterest and I instantly bought it. Throughout the novel, my opinions on each … Continue reading It’s Always The Husband – Michelle Campbell
It's my turn on the blog tour of Promised Lies by Marguerite Ashton! For this post, I've got a Q&A with the author herself! What process do you follow for your writing? Are you a planner or do you just let it flow? Straight to PC or pen and paper? When writing my books, if … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Promised Lies – Marguerite Ashton
To celebrate the birthday of the lovely and incredibly talented Amanda Prowse, I’m here to review The Idea of You. The Idea of You tackles the heartbreaking subject of miscarriage and the struggles that come with it. Neither I or anyone in my life has ever experienced a miscarriage yet somehow Amanda managed to make … Continue reading Happy Birthday Amanda Prowse!