#WorldBookDay : Guilty Pleasures

We’d all like our fellow commuters and coffee shop dwellers to believe we’re constantly stimulating our minds by reading works of famed philosophers or controversial political opinion pieces in newspapers but the truth is, sometimes, we need to indulge our imaginations in a little light relief. My absolute love is “chick lit”, although I hate … More #WorldBookDay : Guilty Pleasures

Christmas Reads

I love a good trashy novel. One that is shamelessly romantic; has little to no profound life affirming message within it and is just a great read for the train, plane or automobile you might find yourself travelling in. This time of year is great for those books, with hundreds of festive reads to get … More Christmas Reads

Summer Reads

With the days getting longer and Britain experiencing some uncharacteristic sunshine I decide to do what any good person does, and dive into the book shop rather than sunbathe. I picked up some interesting sounding books in Waterstones and am looking forward to carefully reading every word without creasing the spine (it’s definitely not just … More Summer Reads

A Woman Lost – T.B. Markinson – Review

A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a copy of fellow blogger TB Markinson’s debut novel, A Woman Lost to review. Find her blog here http://50yearproject.wordpress.com/tag/a-woman-lost/ A Woman Lost details the life of Elizabeth ‘Lizzie’ Petrie, a young woman whose voice within the novel (told in first person) is strong, independent … More A Woman Lost – T.B. Markinson – Review