Disablility · Writing

Things I love and hate about having a disability

Things I love: Skipping queues Clean disabled toilets Raising awareness of my life and helping others with my blog. Priority boarding on flights Being on a train and the only accessible one is first class. Not having to get up to pee every half an hour Nice physio therapy massages Hunky doctors When someone says… Continue reading Things I love and hate about having a disability

Reading · Writing

Book Review: Kitchen knives and Insta – lies by Elsie Lowe

Genre: Fiction/Novella Rating: 5/5 Plot: She had fought tooth and nail for success, beat hundreds of others to the internship at Brightly Lit Productions, worked harder than anyone to secure promotion after promotion, prioritised work to the point of cancelling her honeymoon because her boss, Nick Maher, had declared they couldn’t manage without her. And… Continue reading Book Review: Kitchen knives and Insta – lies by Elsie Lowe

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Book Review: The Babysitter by Phoebe Morgan

Genre: Thriller Rating: 5/5 Plot: On the hottest day of the year, Caroline Harvey is found dead in Suffolk. Her body is left draped over a cot – but the baby she was looking after is missing.   Hundreds of miles away, Siobhan Dillon is on a luxurious family holiday in France when her husband,… Continue reading Book Review: The Babysitter by Phoebe Morgan

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Book Review: Tangled in Ivy by Ashley Farley

Rating: 5/5 Genre: Domestic Fiction/Romance Plot: Lillian Alexander’s father is dying of cancer. When he rambles on in a morphine-delirium, Lillian can’t ignore the feeling he’s trying to tell her something. At his funeral days later, she encounters ghosts from her past who stir long-suppressed memories from the day her mother died twenty-seven years ago.… Continue reading Book Review: Tangled in Ivy by Ashley Farley

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Book Review: Five hundred miles from you By Jenny Colgan

Genre: romance/domestic fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: Lissa loves her job as a nurse, but recently she's been doing a better job of looking after other people than looking after herself. After a traumatic incident at work leaves her feeling overwhelmed, she agrees to swap lives with someone in a quiet village in Scotland. Cormac is… Continue reading Book Review: Five hundred miles from you By Jenny Colgan

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Book Review: The House at Mermaid Cove by Lindsay Jayne Ashford

Genre: Historical Fiction Rating; 5/5 Plot: In April 1943 a young woman washes ashore on a deserted beach in Cornwall, England. With shorn hair and a number stitched on her tattered chemise, Alice is the survivor of a ship torpedoed by a German U-boat. She’s found by the mysterious Viscount Jack Trewella, who suspects that… Continue reading Book Review: The House at Mermaid Cove by Lindsay Jayne Ashford

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I’ve been nominated for the VINCENT EHINDERO blogger award

Here are the guidelines:1. Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog.2. Make a Post of the award (with photo)3. Post the rules.4. Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.5. Nominate 10-30 other bloggers (or more) and notify them.6. Follow Vincent Ehindero @ vincentehindero.wordpress.com (to qualify for a free blog promotion and… Continue reading I’ve been nominated for the VINCENT EHINDERO blogger award

Reading · Writing

Book Review: The lost girls of Devon by Barbara O Neal

Rating: 5/5 Genre: Domestic fiction/ Thriller Plot: One of Travel + Leisure’s most anticipated books of summer 2020. From the Washington Post and Amazon Charts bestselling author of When We Believed in Mermaids comes a story of four generations of women grappling with family betrayals and long-buried secrets. It’s been years since Zoe Fairchild has… Continue reading Book Review: The lost girls of Devon by Barbara O Neal

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Book Review: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Season of the Witch By Sarah Rees Brennan

Genre: Fantasay Rating: 5/5 Plot: It's the summer before her sixteenth birthday, and Sabrina Spellman knows her world is about to change. She's always studied magic and spells with her aunts, Hilda and Zelda. But she's also lived a normal mortal life - attending Baxter High, hanging out with her friends Susie and Roz, and… Continue reading Book Review: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Season of the Witch By Sarah Rees Brennan