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Why I’m Making the Switch to Kindle

If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time you would have guessed I am a bit of a bookworm. There is nothing I like more than huddling over a good book with a hot drink by the fire on a drizzly…

February 11, 2020
Jami Attenberg All Grown Up

Jami Attenberg – All Grown Up Review

I read All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg a little while ago now, and even featured it in my 9 books to read in 2019 post, so it is well overdue a review. About Jami Attenberg’s All Grown Up All Grown Up follows the…

February 4, 2020
Emilie Pine Notes to Self

Emilie Pine – Notes to Self Review

It’s been a while since I have, well, posted anything really. Sorry about that, January is always a hard month with the lack of light. I remember in an older post I mentioned Emilie Pine’s Notes to Self. I read it a few months…

January 28, 2020

On My Bookshelf – December Reads

In case you haven’t guessed already. I like to read a lot. A few weeks ago I read three books in one week. I like picking a cosy coffee shop or pub at the weekend and spend a few hours (or more) reading. Sometimes…

November 25, 2019
Holly Bourne How Do You Like Me Now

Review of Holly Bourne – How Do You Like Me Now?

How Do You Like Me Now – Holly Bourne – Click to Buy I bought Holly Bourne’s How Do You Like Me Now? about a fortnight ago and absolutely devoured it in a few days. I guess that should give you a little insight…

November 22, 2019
Mr Salary Sally Rooney

Mr Salary – Sally Rooney Review

Mr Salary is a short story by critically acclaimed author, Sally Rooney. I loved her book Conversations with Friends and I’ve written a review of the book Normal People too. I’m a huge fan of Sally Rooney. When I was scanning Amazon and realised…

November 15, 2019
Julia Claiborne Johnson Be Frank With Me

Julia Claiborne Johnson – Be Frank With Me review

Be Frank With Me is the first novel by American author Julia Claiborne Johnson. It follows the story of reclusive author Mimi Banning, her son Frank, and Alice. The story is told from Alice’s perspective. Alice is sent to Mimi’s Bel Air mansion by…

November 6, 2019

Dumped, Actually – Nick Spalding review

Dumped, Actually by Nick Spalding follows Ollie’s heartbreak after he is rather humuliatingly rejected by girlfriend Samantha. The story starts with Ollie Sweet proposing to Samantha and her rejecting his proposal. It’s a rather humiliating rejection as it was in public. The way the…

October 30, 2019
Elizabeth Is Missing Emma Healey

Elizabeth Is Missing – Emma Healey Review

Elizabeth is Missing – Emma Healey I read Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey a little while ago now. But it was a book that stuck with me so I thought I’d review it online. Elizabeth is missing follows the story of Maud, who…

August 20, 2019