#bookreview: Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham

About the book… Format: Hardback Published: 6th December 2016 Publisher: Virago Press Pages: 224 Pages The Blurb In Talking as Fast as I Can, Lauren Graham hits pause for a moment and looks back on her life, sharing laugh-out-loud stories about growing up, starting out as an actress, and, years later, sitting in her trailerContinue reading “#bookreview: Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham”

#bookreview: White Lies and Wishes by Cathy Bramley 

About the book… Format: Paperback Publisher: Corgi / Transworld Publishers Published: 26th January 2017 Pages: 384 Pages The Blurb What happens when what you wish for is only half the story…? Flirtatious, straight-talking Jo Gold says she’s got no time for love; she’s determined to save her family’s failing footwear business. New mother Sarah Hudson has cut shortContinue reading “#bookreview: White Lies and Wishes by Cathy Bramley “

#bookreview: Diary of Margery Blake by P.J. Roscoe

About the book… Format: E-book (ARC) Publisher: P.J. Roscoe Published: 17th September The Blurb The harshness of 19th century life for women, seen through the eyes of a young bride. Margery Blake is nothing but a pawn in family affairs, and her marriage is seen as a good match. Margery has no power, or controlContinue reading “#bookreview: Diary of Margery Blake by P.J. Roscoe”

Storm in a C Cup by Caroline Flack

Format: Hardback Publisher: Simon & Schuster Published: 22nd October 2015 Pages: 336 pages The Blurb In December 2014 Caroline Flack danced her way into the nation’s hearts when she raised the BBC’s coveted Strictly Come DancingGlitterball. Known for her throatylaugh, edgy humour and quick-fire wit, showcased on some of Britain’s most popular spin-off shows, 2015Continue reading “Storm in a C Cup by Caroline Flack”

Spectacles (a memoir) by Sue Perkins

Format: Paperback Publisher: Penguin Books Published: 8th October 2015 Pages: 374 Pages The Blurb When I began writing this book, I went home to see if my mum had kept some of my stuff. What I found was that she hadn’t kept some of it. She had kept all of it – every bus ticket,Continue reading “Spectacles (a memoir) by Sue Perkins”