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.
Genre: New adult thriller Plot: I trust my sister Carrie with my daughter’s life. But then she’s accused of a terrible crime. Carrie lives under our roof, she pushes my daughter on the swings, she takes her out for ice cream. You might ask, why do I let her? Why would I risk my darling … Continue reading Book Review: The girl she wanted by K. L. Slater
Genre: Teen/Ya Rating: 2/5 Plot: Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this soapy, drama-packed novel featuring diverse characters who will do anything to be the prima at their elite ballet school. From the New York Times-bestselling author of The Belles, Dhonielle Clayton, and the author of the highly anticipated Symptoms of a Heartbreak, Sona … Continue reading Book Review: Tiny Pretty Things By Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra
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
Genre: Thriller Rating: 4 stars Plot: Glamorous, beautiful Mummy has everything a woman could want... except for a daughter of her very own. So when she sees Kim - heavily pregnant, glued to her phone and ignoring her eldest child in a busy shop - she does what anyone would do. She takes her. But … Continue reading Netgalley Book Review: Call me mummy by Tina Baker
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
Click both images to be taken to my Redbubble shop These designs are specifically created to help feel empowered in regards to their mental health / mental illness. These wise words we're spoken to me by my favorite teacher. My mental health struggles have made me more resilient, sympathetic and empathetic to others ultimately guiding … Continue reading Latest Redbubble designs – Go get them!