The Lost Man by Jane Harper - blog tour
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Blog tour: The Lost Man by Jane Harper

[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] Becoming a book blogger has introduced me to so many fab writers and genres I might not otherwise have read. Two years ago, I was invited onto the… Continue reading Blog tour: The Lost Man by Jane Harper

What I've been reading lately
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What I’ve been reading lately #14

This post contains affiliate links I've just hit 12 on my Goodreads total for the year so far and I'm really pleased with the variety of titles I've managed to tick off my list. I'm trying not to read two consecutive titles from the same genre and it's turned out to be a really fun… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #14

Little Guides to Great Lives - review
Books, feminism

Book review: Little Guides to Great Lives

[Ad – review] This post features products sent for review purposes. All thoughts are my own. This post also contains affiliate links Have I mentioned lately how in love I am with the sheer volume of bad-ass female biographies available at the moment? Last year I wrote a post on books for feminists of all… Continue reading Book review: Little Guides to Great Lives

What I've been reading lately #13
Books, geekery, Mental Health

What I’ve been reading lately #13

This post contains affiliate links This year's Reading Challenge is going well - I'm already five books in. I've previously reviewed Ryder Carroll's The Bullet Journal Method and I'll be sharing my thoughts on Jane Harper's The Lost Man in a few weeks on the blog tour (spoiler alert: it's awesome!). Today I'm sharing some… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #13

No Fucks Given Guides by Sarah Knight
Books, Lifestyle

Ten reasons why you need the No Fucks Given Guides in your life

This post contains affiliate links Fed up with all of the 'new year, new me' bullshit already? I feel ya. Fortunately Sarah Knight knows that, really, all we need to do is stop giving a fuck what people think, get our shit together, start putting ourselves first, and calm the fuck down. Sound like the… Continue reading Ten reasons why you need the No Fucks Given Guides in your life

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
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Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

This post contains affiliate links I started bullet journalling a little over two years ago. My first bujo was a lined notebook, which I used to play with what worked for me. I found it therapeutic to sit down in the evenings and make it colourful but that then became difficult to maintain. I took… Continue reading Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

Calm the Fuck Down by Sarah Knight - review
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What I’ve been reading lately #12

Now that I've finished with the ol' commute for the year, it's time for my final 'what I've been reading lately' of the year. Cos we all know the real reason I work a 90-minute bus ride away is so I actually have time to read! ;) 'scuse the lack of photos for most of… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #12

Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle
Books, geekery, Mental Health

Book review: Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle

Getting a book deal is the dream for a lot of bloggers but how many of those bloggers have a unique story tell? How many have something important to say? How many have the power to actually change lives? Melissa Boyle, of Geek Magnifique, ticks all of these boxes and more. I've been following Geek… Continue reading Book review: Geek Magnifique by Melissa Boyle

Autumn by Ali Smith
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What I’ve been reading lately #11

As of Wednesday, I've finished 62 books so far this year. My Goodreads target was 50, so I reckon that's pretty good going, even though some of them have been on the short side. With four working weeks left of the year, I reckon I can tick off a few more yet. Here are some… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #11

One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton
Books, feminism

Book review: One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton

Earlier this year, I reviewed Lisa Ko's The Leavers, the first title from Dialogue Books, an imprint of Little, Brown. The publishing house is giving a platform to distinctive and marginalised voices, shining a spotlight on stories for, about and by readers from the LGBTQI+, disability, working class and BAME communities. My latest review copy… Continue reading Book review: One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton