Soooo I forgot to mention what I read over the last few months so I thought I would compile them into one blog. Enjoy!Continue reading “My April, May and June in books”
The guilt of unfinished books
I HATE leaving a book unfinished. So much so, that I have spent months carrying around a book around in my bag willing myself to finish it.Continue reading “The guilt of unfinished books”
Book Haul – April/May
I attempted to reduce my book purchasing over the last couple of months, and actually start to read the books I’ve been buying. And I have to say, I’ve done well(ish….)Continue reading “Book Haul – April/May”
Book Haul – March 2020
So apparently, I still have a book buying problem… So I thought I would show you what I bought so I don’t feel guilty about all the spending…
Book Haul – Jan/Feb 2020
Wow… long time no write… Hi again.
I’m going to get straight back into it and say hi, it’s nice to see you again. Shall we make a cuppa and dive right into some books? Continue reading “Book Haul – Jan/Feb 2020”
Book Haul – October
With the risk of sounding like Britney Spears, oops I did it again… I did another book haul. The way I see it, why buy one book when you can buy all of them? Continue reading “Book Haul – October”
The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Emily M. Danforth – Review
The night Cameron Post’s parents died, her first emotion was relief. Relief they would never know that hours earlier, she’d been kissing a girl.
Now living with her conservative aunt in small-town Montana, hiding her sexuality and blending in becomes second nature to Cameron until she begins an intense friendship with the beautiful Coley Taylor.
Desperate to ‘correct’ her niece, Cameron’s aunt takes drastic action.
Now Cameron must battle with the cost of being her true self – even if she’s not completely sure who that is. Continue reading “The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Emily M. Danforth – Review”
Beyond Broadhall (The ’86 Fix book 2) – Keith A Pearson – Review
After his miraculous weekend in 1986, Craig Pelling returned to a future he could never have envisaged. Even by his own hapless standards, his plans have spectacularly backfired. Everything he tried to fix his now broken and a bleak lonely existence is all Craig has to look forward to.
Does he face that future, or does he try to seek answers? Either way, an emotional rollercoaster ride beckons. Can Craig can find closure before it ends? Or does fate have a few more twists in store for him, beyond Broadhall? Continue reading “Beyond Broadhall (The ’86 Fix book 2) – Keith A Pearson – Review”
The ’86 Fix: A 1980s Time Travel Novel – Keith A Pearson – Review
Imagine if you could travel back in time and relive one weekend as your teenage self — would you change anything?
On the way home from school in 1986, Craig Pelling decided to buy a can of Coke. He wasn’t to know a seemingly innocuous visit to the local newsagent would dramatically change the course of his life. Consequently, Craig now lives in a loveless marriage and earns a living in a dead-end job as the manager of an electrical store. He could have been so much more. He could have achieved so much more.
But fate hasn’t finished with Craig Pelling.
A school reunion proves to be the catalyst for chaos, and decades on from his visit to that newsagent, Craig’s mundane life is turned upside down as his past comes back to haunt him. As he plummets towards rock-bottom, all seems lost for Craig until he’s thrown a lifeline — the miraculous lifeline of a brief trip back in time to 1986. Will he be able to fix his life? Is it as simple as just reverting one decision he made over thirty years ago?
Craig is about to find out. Continue reading “The ’86 Fix: A 1980s Time Travel Novel – Keith A Pearson – Review”
Every Day – David Levithan – Review
I wake up.
Immediately, I have to figure out who I am. It’s not just the body – opening my eyes and discovering whether the skin on my arm is light or dark, whether my hair is long or short, whether I’m fat or thin, boy or girl, scarred or smooth. The body is the easiest thing to adjust to if you’re used to waking up in a new one each morning. It’s the life, the context of the body, that can be hard to grasp.
Every day I am someone else. I am myself – I know I am myself – but I am also someone else.
It has always been like this.