Writing

PSA TO ALL ROMANCE READERS AND BLOG SUBSCRIBERS: GET YOUR COPY OF CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES NOW

Hey Gang, I hope you’re all keeping well and aren’t utterly bored by Lockdown already? If you are and need something pleasant to while a way the hours ere’s the link to my romance novel. (inspired by Grease) Don’t forget to check out all my other official pages. I’m currently working on book number two… Continue reading PSA TO ALL ROMANCE READERS AND BLOG SUBSCRIBERS: GET YOUR COPY OF CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES NOW

Reading · Writing

Book Review: Myface by Kevin Landt

Genre: New Adult Novella Rating: 2.5/5 Myface is the perfect read for fans of Chuck Palahniuk and Bret Easton Ellis, less so for social media giants (who definitely won't want you to read this!). With more than half the global population now on social media, this YA/NA contemporary fiction novella explores its negative side. Catfishing… Continue reading Book Review: Myface by Kevin Landt

Reading · Writing

Book Review: The Wife by Shalini Boland

Rating: 5/5 Genre: Thriller Plot: It was supposed to be the happiest day of her life. Zoe was sitting in her hotel room, in her perfect white dress, looking forward to the moment when she would make kind, handsome Toby her husband. Then, there was a blank. They said she must have fainted, overcome with… Continue reading Book Review: The Wife by Shalini Boland

Reading · Writing

Book Review: Keep Your Friends close by Janelle Harris

Genre: Domestic Fiction Rating: 4/5 Plot: Darcy Hogan’s perfect life is all over social media. She’s beautiful, she’s successful, and she and her childhood sweetheart are about to become parents for the first time. But behind all the followers and the superficial likes lurks a darker truth… In reality, Darcy feels isolated and afraid. Her… Continue reading Book Review: Keep Your Friends close by Janelle Harris

Reading · Writing

Book Review: My only child by Sam Vickery

Genre: Domestic Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: It’s a miracle when Katherine’s baby boy is born healthy. But his twin sister doesn’t survive, and when Katherine is told she can’t have any more children the loss is almost too much for her to bear. Katherine always saw herself having a big family: she remembers how the… Continue reading Book Review: My only child by Sam Vickery

Writing

WIP: spoonful of sugar – chapter two done and dusted

Today’s word count: 2066 so it's safe to say that the second chapter of my #WIP, The Spoonful of Sugar Cafe has been written. I'm extremely proud of myself because I haven't looked or written anything remotely worthwhile that's not related to #carefreeandconsequences: Book Two, in a long time! Think I've earned a biscuit?! Upside:… Continue reading WIP: spoonful of sugar – chapter two done and dusted

Disablility · Writing

Me and My Disability: Hoisting Horror & DPD Debarcle

So as you’ll have learned from my last post on Monday we had a power cut and my mum must have put the hoist up too high after hoisting me on to my bedroom transfer chair and unfortunately it jammed. Also, because of the powercut the hoist needed to be reset. So of course, this… Continue reading Me and My Disability: Hoisting Horror & DPD Debarcle

Disablility · Writing

Me and my disability: Power cut in Pyle

On Monday night just as the final player on The Chase was doing the cash builder round, our whole street had a power cut. This meant my stairlift and hoists weren’t working as well as the heating and the cooker so the carers couldn’t put me to bed and we couldn’t cook any food. The… Continue reading Me and my disability: Power cut in Pyle