Small World by Ishta Mercurio and Jen Corace
Books, Jenson

What Jenson has been reading lately #5

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of Small World for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post features affiliate links] I love that I'm raising a mini bookworm. Jenson has got his favourite books memorized (seriously, he can recite The Gruffalo word for word) and he's always asking to go… Continue reading What Jenson has been reading lately #5

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Books

What I’ve been reading lately #18

This post features affiliate links It's only now that I've come to put this little update together that I've realised something which links all of these titles. Fun! I'm sure it won't take you long to spot... Here are some short reviews of what I've been reading lately. Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier There are… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #18

Fallen Angel by Chris Brookmyre
Books

Blog tour: Fallen Angel by Chris Brookmyre

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own] I love a good whodunnit but it has become increasingly hard to find a thriller which is unpredictable and truly thrilling. So many are hyped as the new Girl on the Train, Big Little Lies… Continue reading Blog tour: Fallen Angel by Chris Brookmyre

what I've been reading lately
Books, feminism

What I’ve been reading lately #16

This post features affiliate links and a book which was sent for review purposes. All thoughts are my own. I try not to read two books from the same genre back to back, so my Goodreads list is pretty varied. My latest run of books includes chick lit, non-fiction and poetry - a very mixed… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #16

Roar by Cecelia Ahern
Books, feminism

Book review: Roar by Cecelia Ahern

This post features affiliate links Cecelia Ahern is one of my favourite writers. P.S. I Love You was the first book to make me cry and I've read almost everything she's written since (that damn TBR keeps growing!). I'm not too great at suspending my disbelief when it comes to novels, so I prefer the… Continue reading Book review: Roar by Cecelia Ahern

The Multi-Hyphen Method by Emma Gannon
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Thoughts on The Multi-Hyphen Method

Careers. They're funny ol' things, aren't they? When you're little, you're asked what you want to be when you grow up. Then, when you're older, you're told to be a bit more 'realistic' with that dream. And work your ass off. You need the grades to do the course, then you're expected to work for… Continue reading Thoughts on The Multi-Hyphen Method

Shazam: The Golden Age of the World's Mightiest Mortal (book review)
Books, geekery

Book review: Shazam: The Golden Age of the World’s Mightiest Mortal

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Shazam is my second most anticipated cinema release of the year, ever so slightly behind Avengers: Endgame. I knew nothing about the comic book series ahead of viewing… Continue reading Book review: Shazam: The Golden Age of the World’s Mightiest Mortal

Empowering books for young readers
Books, feminism

Empowering books for young readers

[Ad - review. This post features books sent for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also features affiliate links] Abrams + Chronicle are without a doubt my favourite publisher when it comes to beautiful books. My shelves are packed with stunning coffee table books and inspiring children's books - they really… Continue reading Empowering books for young readers

There Are Girls Like Lions - poetry book review
Books, feminism

International Women’s Day 2019

[Ad - review/giveaway. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and an additional copy to give away. All thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Happy International Women's Day! One of my goals this year is to read more poetry. I wasn't a fan throughout my years… Continue reading International Women’s Day 2019

The Bell Jar gift box from Literary Emporium - review and giveaway
Books

World Book Day 2019

[Ad - review/giveaway. I was sent a gift set for review purposes and an additional box to give away. All thoughts are my own.] Happy World Book Day! I got to thinking recently about favourite books and how so many bookworms struggle to pick one single title. It's easy (ish) to pick a favourite genre… Continue reading World Book Day 2019