Tag: books

Book Review: The Excursionist by J.D Sumner*

Book Review: The Excursionist by J.D Sumner*

I have made this review as spoiler free as possible, but there are some minor details mentioned. Jack Kaganagh, newly single due to the death of his wife, Kay, is desperate to visit 100 countries and join the Traveller’s Century Club, before he turns 45. […]

Dark Books To Get You Through The Winter

Dark Books To Get You Through The Winter

A Reader Lives A Thousand Lives…The Man Who Never Reads Lives Only One- George R.R. Martin   I used to love reading. Devouring a book in a day or two was one of my favourite things to do. Then life happened and I kind of […]

I Don’t Like Writing About The Bad Things…

I Don’t Like Writing About The Bad Things…

They say writing is a healer, don’t they? They say it soothes the soul, that writing about the not-so-good things that have happened in life allows you to let go. It offers closure. Except sometimes it doesn’t. Let’s be real, some of best writing comes […]

Book Review: About a Girl by Lindsey Kelk

Book Review: About a Girl by Lindsey Kelk

To be totally honest with you I don’t even know where to begin with this book (and not in a ‘there’s just so much going on in this book, I don’t know which element to review first’ kind of way either!). For those of you […]

2016 Reading List

2016 Reading List

Before I get to my reading list and, as it’s the start of a new year, I wanted to share some, not resolutions per se, but things that I’d like to happen to my blog/me as a blogger this year. I know everyone in the […]

2015 Reading List

2015 Reading List

As it’s the last weekend of 2014 (I think, the days are just merging into one at the moment!) I didn’t want to write anything that is undoubtedly going to get lost underneath the sea of Christmas posts. Instead, I wanted to end the year/ […]

Untitled (get it? ha)

Untitled (get it? ha)

I mentioned in my first post that I have loved to write ever since I was little, but obviously over the years I’ve improved ( I won’t use the word significantly; that’s down to personal opinion) in most aspects of writing. I’ve definitely not improved […]