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
The Food of Love tells the story of the Braithwaite’s and their struggle to manage when their youngest daughter Lexi is diagnosed with anorexia. The Braithwaite’s consist of Freya, the mother and wife, Lockie, the father and husband, Charlotte, the oldest daughter at 17 and Lexi, the youngest daughter at 15. This brutally honest tale … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Food of Love – Amanda Prowse
I was originally drawn to this book from the title. As a firm feminist, I knew I would love any story where there was a) a female lead and b) where the female lead is the first woman to do something. And I was not disappointed! Deputy Head Porter was a complete badass. Porter Girl: … Continue reading Book Review: Porter Girl: First Lady of the Keys by Lucy Brazier
I’m planning on starting a new blog series starting January 2017! The series will consist of a blog post per month and will focus on an author whose birthday is in that month and a book they have written. Whatever is in the post is up to you and you can choose any book and … Continue reading Calling All Book Lovers and Book Bloggers!
Now that my dissertation is over I can get back into reading and try and complete the 2016 Reading Challenge! Yay! I’ve just finished reading Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee and here’s what I thought. Go Set A Watchman revisits Scout – now referred to as Jean Louise – who is on her … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2016 – Go Set A Watchman
So, as you all know, I'm doing the 2016 Reading Challenge! The book I have just finished reading is Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller. This book was recommended to me, along with The Unseeing by Anna Mazzola, by one of my lecturers at university and both of the stories sounded so intriguing I … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2016 – Our Endless Numbered Days
As I said in my previous post, I'm doing the Reading Challenge 2016! (Here's the link to get involved) The first book I read this year was The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling. I've had this book for about 2 years, but hadn't properly got around to reading it. I read the first chapter … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2016 – The Casual Vacancy