I think this is a solid book if you’d like to understand more about yourself and the way people around you think.
Mary by Kate Cunningham ~ The Girl Who Reads Book Review Thank you Random Things Tours for the chance to read and review Mary by Kate Cunningham A bit about Kate Cunningham Kate Cunningham has worked for a development charity and as a primary teacher. She now writes books that are either directly about history,Continue reading “Mary by Kate Cunningham”
Book review for Unaccustomed to Grace by Lesley Bannatyne as part of the book tour organised by Random Things Tours!
Tell Me an Ending, a debut novel by Jo Harkin, is a sci-if novel that would be perfect for fans of Black Mirror. It came out on the 1st of March and was published by Scribner.
Peach Blossom Spring by Melissa Fu just came out on the 17th of March, and was published by Headline, Wildfire! Today, I’m reviewing the book as part of the book tour hosted by Random Things Tours! But I’m sure those of you who follow me on bookstagram will have seen my review yesterday! ‘We canContinue reading “Peach Blossom Spring by Melissa Fu | Book Review”
What are you up to today? So I’m placing last minute orders for Valentine’s Day, which is more for me than for boi. I wanted one of those heart shaped cakes you can use a hammer with (smash cakes?) and now I’ll get to do that and be an awesome girlfriend. I also tried toContinue reading “Sunday’s with Seher: On Reading Jackie French & Being Ghosted by a Ten Year Old”
God, I think, blasphemously, is in a sip of coffee. Ann I got approved in July 2021 for this… Before I start on my review for this book, I have to apologise to the author for not providing it sooner. I was approved on NetGalley for this book in July, and while I started theContinue reading “The Language of Food by Annabel Abbs | Book Review”