During 2020 I enjoyed sinking into the pages of far off stories and self-help books to reassess, learn and explore everything it is to be human. I found comfort, suspense, hope and all the drama I could hope for within the pages of these books. Here are a handful of books that exceeded my expectations […]Read More
It’s no secret that I love to read, I even have a degree in it. Here’s my space to review my favourites (and least favourites) to save you the time of reading them yourselves! Or (I hope) inspire you to add it to your Amazon wish list to read too.
This book was a press product from Cambridge University Press, but all thoughts and opinions within this review are my own. Synopsis: In this exploration of the meaning of home, Annie Zaidi reflects on the places in India from which she derives her sense of identity. She looks back on the now renamed city of […]Read More
This book, The Ancestor, was a press sample from Blackthorn Book Tours. This post contains affiliate links, but all thoughts are my own. Synopsis: A man wakes up in present-day Alaskan wilderness with no idea who he is, nothing on him save an empty journal with the date 1898 and a mirror. He sees another […]Read More
Well, June has been and gone somehow and now it’s time to share what I’ve read and watched over the month. As always I feel as though I’ve only made a small dent in my ‘to be read’ and ‘to be watched’ list. Yet I have read some brilliant books and watched some great films […]Read More
I love to discover life changing self help books. Despite the hefty section of self development books in bookshops, it’s actually very rare to find one that helps. I’m always looking to improve my life, mindset, achieve my goals and live as happily and as stress-free as possible. I actively seek out self-help books even […]Read More
When I was thinking about what I’ve read and watched in May, I realised I haven’t actually finished a book this month. My habit of half reading a book has returned. There’s just so many good books to read at the moment! My brain cannot cope or focus on just one, so I’ve flit between […]Read More