My next read, with will be Expectation by Anna Hope. I didn’t do/won’t be doin…

My next read, with @megsbookdiary will be Expectation by Anna Hope. I didn’t do/won’t be doing a September wrap up, because I read one book. Actually, for all my slow readers, I read a whole book in just one month, go me!!! It’s all about “what happened to the women we were supposed to be”.. … Read more

Review – The man who didn’t call, Trigger warning – heartbreak, grief. Wow. …

Review – The man who didn’t call, @therosiewalsh ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger warning – heartbreak, grief. Wow. This is the first book to make me cry. Walsh writes in such a way that the story is never boring or paused or slows down, it’s so easy to read. Her story is emotional. Her writing is stunning. Her … Read more

Reds and tagged me in the tag and tagged me in the red period challenge, so…

Reds ❤️ @bookswith_rebeccalouise and @liter8ture tagged me in the tag and @ayoungwritersworld tagged me in the red period challenge, so here’s a combination! (Oh the angles taking this!!) We have: ❤️Roar, Cecelia Ahern ❤️ Women don’t owe you pretty, Florence Given ❤️Little Women, Louisa Alcott ❤️Red Queen, Christina Henry ❤️ How to win friends and … Read more

Another non fiction purchase, and a bit about me Influence, the psychology of …

Another non fiction purchase, and a bit about me 💖 Influence, the psychology of persuasion, by R Cialdini. I work in digital marketing and the concept of Conversion Rate Optimisation (how many people land on a page vs how many people land on it and then buy something/make an enquiry) has always fascinated me. What … Read more

My next non fiction read.. I’ve heard such good things about this from years ago…

My next non fiction read.. I’ve heard such good things about this from years ago. Have you read it? Any non fiction recommendations? I’ve tagged a few people to show me their non fiction faves.. but don’t worry if you don’t have any! ❤️

Why do you read? I think there’s such a stigma around literature in any form t…

Why do you read? ❤️ I think there’s such a stigma around literature in any form to be boring, or nerdy. I also think there is an expectation to read lots, or read particular books, or read quickly. I also think it should be less taboo to talk about our mental health. Check in with … Read more

My traffic light tag! I have down that or tagged me, but for the life of me …

My traffic light tag! I have down that @sophs.bookshelf or @sophs_bookshelf_ tagged me, but for the life of me I can’t find the post so I am sorry😅 Anyway! 🟢 Expectation by Anna Hope – to be buddy read with @megsbookdiary soon 🟠 the lives we touch by Eva Woods’ 🟥 women don’t owe you … Read more

Top 3 on my TBR.. I was tagged by thank you! This was SO difficult because I’m…

Top 3 on my TBR.. I was tagged by @sofgrove_reads thank you! This was SO difficult because I’m still not 100% sure this is the order I want to take, so if I’ve mentioned other books (like Olive, by Emma Gannon?!) when we’ve been chatting about reading them or doing them as a buddy read, … Read more

My next read! The man who didn’t call – Rosie Walsh. Reading this with Have …

My next read! The man who didn’t call – Rosie Walsh. Reading this with @ems.reads_ Have you read it? What did you think of it? Full review coming soon.

Review: Something to live for – Richard Roper (no spoilers) As part of with …

Review: Something to live for – Richard Roper @richardroper ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (no spoilers) As part of with @bookswithchelsea and @chelldaniellebooks and all! Where to start?! Trigger warnings: death, grievance, suicide, heartache (I think that’s all, so please read other reviews too) I would write the blurb of this book here but Roper’s story is SO much … Read more