Book Review

Famished

Famished is the second book centred around food that I’ve read this month, though this one couldn’t be more different from the other, a tantalising

Book Review

Hungry

I was lucky enough to get an advanced reading copy of this from Hachette and was so pleased when it arrived almost the next day.

Book Review

Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History

Another great addition to the short history type books that are being developed on a lot of different subjects but especially so on women who’ve

Journal

August update

This month has been a good month for reading including actually enjoying audiobooks for the first time, it’s also been a good month for my

Book Review

Amazing Women of the Middle East

I was given this to preview by the publishers to include in the www.indiebookshops.com monthly newsletter as well as review on here, so watch out

Book Review

Holiday Heart

I had previously read Fish Soup by Margarita Garcia Robayo and thought it was absolutely stunning so was really looking forward to reading this and

Book Review

In the Beginning… Was the Command Line

It’s been quite a while since I read this and I remember it being a book that helped me navigate the social phenomenon of the

Book Review

Ministry of Pandemonium

From the moment he saw Mr. October in the graveyard, Ben Harvester’s life changed. Ministry of Pandemonium is the first in a series of supernatural