These products were sent for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post features affiliate links I've taken to reading a lot of non-fiction lately, particularly titles which focus on mental health coping mechanisms, goal-setting, and getting shit done. Chronicle Books have recently published a couple of belters, leaving me feeling genuinely inspired… Continue reading Empowering new books from Abrams & Chronicle
I'm not the only lucky bookworm in the house who gets sent books to review - Jenson does too! Here's a look at what we've been reading lately. Jenson loves anything interactive and board books are still our style of choice, making these the perfect titles. Up first is Buildablock* by Christopher Franceschelli. It's such… Continue reading What Jenson has been reading lately
To say I'm a bit of a bookworm would be a massive understatement. I always carry a book with me, I average a book a week, my bookshelves are overflowing and I can spend an hour just browsing a bookstore. And I'm pleased to say that I've found the perfect gift for the bookworm in… Continue reading Book review: I’d Rather Be Reading by Guinevere De La Mare
Just before I started my A Levels I watched my first Audrey Hepburn film and I was instantly hooked. I devoured every film, bought every biography, posters adorned my walls and, eventually, I began to write about her life and career - first for my Film Studies essays and later for a couple of websites… Continue reading Book review: Oh Yeah, Audrey! by Tucker Shaw
I've been a bookworm for as long as I can remember. As soon as I could read to myself I was straight down the library every week borrowing as many books as I could carry. I started with Enid Blyton and Jacqueline Wilson, moving on to the Babysitters Club, Goosebumps, Sweet Valley High and then… Continue reading Introducing young readers to classics
Let's be honest, I've got loads of favourite stationery sites and stores but there is a handful of brands who really do excel when it comes to stationery - especially for bloggers. Whether you're looking for the perfect planner, a brilliant bujo or a nifty notebook, this lot have got you covered. Abrams & Chronicle… Continue reading Five of my favourite stationery websites
World Stationery Day is probably the most epic day of National Stationery Week, so I've got to kick it up a gear. And what better way to do it than with some pretty effing epic literary stationery from Abrams & Chronicle?! Abrams & Chronicle is home to beautiful books and stunning stationery, so it's a… Continue reading National Stationery Week 2017: World Stationery Day [Abrams & Chronicle stationery review and giveaway]
You know how sometimes you come across something that you want so badly that you literally ache for it? That's how I felt as soon as I saw this set of three(!) Breakfast at Tiffany's notebooks from Abrams & Chronicle. For a long term, this was my all-time favourite film. Then I realised (OK, Luke… Continue reading Item of the day: Breakfast at Tiffany’s notebooks from Abrams & Chronicle
Oh em effing gee, how gorgeous is this guided journal from Abrams and Chronicle? 99 Things That Bring Me Joy is beautifully laid out and illustrated - a great gift idea or something to treasure for yourself. It's £9.99.
Celebrate Wes Anderson's awards nominations success by treating yourself to this gorgeous book about The Grand Budapest Hotel from Abrams & Chronicle Books. Take a look behind the scenes and swoon over the beautiful (as always) art work. It can be yours for £21.99.