If you're not new to this blog then you will already be aware of how much I love books and reading. You will also be aware that I gave birth to my first child in May this year. I would love for my daughter to grow up enjoying books as much as I do, and… Continue reading Reading with my daughter
If you read my autumn favourites post then you will know I said I was going to do a post all about what I will miss about summer, but then I remembered my best bits about summer post and didn't want to sound too repetitive. So, in the interest of keeping my content fresh I thought I… Continue reading 6 things I wont miss about summer
This post was going to be a wave goodbye to summer now that we are into September and autumn is all but upon us, but then I thought rather than list all the things I'm going to miss about summer, I figured in the aim of being positive I would instead embrace all the wonderful… Continue reading Autumn favourites
Another new month is upon us, so it's time for me to roundup the previous one. I've been doing posts of this kind every month this year so I shall link the previous ones at the end if you haven't already checked them out and would like to. Keep reading to find out my highs,… Continue reading My August in a nutshell
TITLE: The Jane Austen Book Club AUTHOR: Karen Joy Fowler PUBLISHED: 2004 SYNOPSIS. Set in California, this novel follows a group of six, (five women, and one man) who meet once a month to discuss a different Jane Austen book. Interwoven in their reading and thoughts on each classic title are their own individual lives and… Continue reading A book review: The Jane Austen Book Club
I've written quite a few list posts on here now. I shall link them throughout this one if you haven't already checked them out and would like to. Anyway, I love writing them, and I love reading them on other blogs, (yes I am unashamedly nosey!) so I thought I would do another one. I… Continue reading 10 things that make me smile
2019 is quickly disappearing, so whilst it's still kind of, (but not quite) at the mid point of the year I thought I would share with you my top entertainment picks for the first half of 2019. Keep reading to find out my favourite books, films, and TV shows that I have watched/read in the… Continue reading My top entertainment picks from the first half of 2019
Do you have a workspace at home? Maybe you work from home, or you're studying, or perhaps you are a fellow blogger. It could be that you just have a spot in the house that you go to when you have to complete boring adult/household tasks like comparing insurance or paying bills. Any of that… Continue reading Top 5 things to keep in your workspace
This is a question that I have been thinking about lately. Not long ago I would have said with absolute certainty that the cover of a book is not at all important and it is only the words inside that matter. But then I created my profile on Instagram and things started to change. I discovered… Continue reading Are book covers important, or is it only the story that matters?
A little while ago I wrote a post called are video games a blessing or a curse? Did you read it? It was one of those posts that started off as a rant, an opportunity to vent a few frustrations, and whilst that was great, it ended up becoming more than that. It became a… Continue reading Are mobile phones a blessing or a curse?