Me and my disability: Housing update and life over the festive period.

Hello my lovelies, A lot of you have been asking about my housing situation. For those new to my blog, I am waiting for my local authority to find me my own accessible property. Well, unfortunately due to the bloody Coronavirus everything has stopped housing wise (like everything else) To my internet pals who’ve been … Continue reading Me and my disability: Housing update and life over the festive period.

Book Review: The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

Genre: Teen/YA Rating: 5/5 Plot: Nishat and Flávia are rivals at school, but Nishat can't help the secret crush burning in her heart - even though her parents disapprove of the fact she likes girls. Can she possibly find her happy ever after? A gorgeous, heart-warming, queer YA love story for fans of Becky Albertalli. … Continue reading Book Review: The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

Book Review: Hijab And Red Lipstick by Yousra Imran

Genre: Adult Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: You cannot do anything in this country without my permission.” Being a teenager isn't easy. And it doesn't help when you have a mega strict Egyptian dad who tells you that everything is "haram" a.k.a. forbidden. All Sara wants to do is experiment with makeup, listen to the latest … Continue reading Book Review: Hijab And Red Lipstick by Yousra Imran

Book Review: The Single Dad’s handbook by Lynsey James

Genre: Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: Welcome to The Single Dad’s Handbook, your comprehensive guide to life without me when I pop my clogs! ‘I laughed, I cried, and I swooned a bit too (both over Evan and the beautiful Edinburgh setting). Gorgeous.’ Lia LouisIt’s been two years since cancer stole Evan Harper’s wife, Claire, from … Continue reading Book Review: The Single Dad’s handbook by Lynsey James

Book Review: My silent daughter by Emma Robinson

Genre: Domestic Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: Ever since Ruby was tiny, she has been unique. Her smiles are magically rare, her building blocks are always colour-coded, and she communicates only in gestures. Sometimes being Ruby’s mother is hard, but the way she sees the world makes it new for Sara every day. And she and … Continue reading Book Review: My silent daughter by Emma Robinson