Dear Everyone, Hello. It’s been a long time since I’ve posted on this blog and I’ve spent days trying to figure out how to word this post. Sometimes I write up a long post giving lots of details, then I scrap it and write an alternative quick post that seems rushed and not detailed enough. No… Continue reading Goodbye
I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the author Nihar Suthar. The Corridor of Uncertainty is an amazing story of the rise of the Afghan cricket team who faced such terrible circumstances. It really is an amazing book, to read, here is my review. In 1979 war broke out in Afghanistan.… Continue reading Review: The Corridor of Uncertainty – How Cricket Ended A Torn Nation by Nihar Suthar
I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the author Alex Dunn. Dating Down is a YA romance novel with ay different feel to it which I liked. Here is my review. Eager to look good in front of the popular girls at school, Tammy brags about her new boyfriend who’ll be… Continue reading Review: Dating Down by Alex Dunn
I wanted to apologise for the post that went out earlier today. I was trying to schedule some posts to go out this week and planned to write up a post in reply to all the wonderful support I got on my last blog post but hit the ‘Publish’ button instead of schedule! I wanted… Continue reading What’s Happening Now…
HELP! Everyone reading my blog knows the difficulties I’ve been going through lately. I’ve spoken about Blogger Burn Out and the general stress I’ve been under which has made it hard for me to enjoy blogging at the moment. I’ve had a lot of helpful advice including advice that I can let people know I… Continue reading Advice Needed…Believe It or Not My Health is at Risk!
I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the author Patricia Murphy. Souls to the Polls is a funny comedy book with a great twist on demons in politics. Maggie Frew is a demon and like all demons she works in politics as a campaign manager. Her latest campaign leads her to… Continue reading Review: Souls to the Polls by Patricia Murphy
I was kindly sent a free copy of this book by the publisher Walker books for a review. This is one of my most favourite children’s book I’ve ever read, here is my review. Diva, a small dog, lives in an apartment building with a small gated courtyard. Flea, a cat, lives on the streets… Continue reading Review: Diva and Flea: A Parisian tale by Mo Willems & DiTerlizzi