Are you all about life advice, humour and general awesomeness?
This week I struggled. Am I justified in my dissatisfaction?
If you’re not a big fan of having your heart ripped out and sobbing in to a tissue at four in the afternoon, too bad, because this book will do all of that. Burial Rites by Hannah Kent.
Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil is a hard-hitting story about family, secrets and the unexpected reality behind acts of terror.
Hey there! I hope you’re feeling loved up, because this week’s book is all about romance! (I’m now regretting not reading this book for Valentine’s Day next year)
This book is the loveliest, most hilarious, most real book you could read, though not for the easily confronted: Not that Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham.
Week 17 of my 52 Books in 52 Weeks challenge is one that my parents bought me for Christmas, and inside the front cover it is inscribed “to our very own bossypants.
52 Books in 52 Weeks - Week 25
Week 18 of my 52 Books in 52 Weeks challenge is here (starring my dog, Coco)!
This week’s 52 Books in 52 Weeks review is probably the shortest you’ll see me write. But it’s for a very good reason.
I hope you haven’t gone crazy waiting for this week’s book review as I’ve posted it a day late (sorry!), but never fear – this week’s book will lighten the mood and make you smile.
I’m super excited about this week’s review, because I’m reviewing one of my favourite books ever about fear, love, power, and human instinct.
Relativity by Antonia Hayes is incredible, combining glorious metaphors with complex physics.
52 Books in 52 Weeks - Week 23
The look on my mother’s face when she brought home Spark Joy was priceless. “Here you go,” she said. “I think you need this.”
This week’s 52 Books in 52 Weeks cover recreation of Something to Hide by Deborah Moggach took a lot of creative flair, and features my little dachshund USB stick dressed up (with Blu-Tack) to look like an elephant.