#bookreview: Days of Wonder by Keith Stuart (@keefstuart)

Format: E-book (Kindle) Publisher: Sphere Published: 7th June 2018 Pages: 480 Pages Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Illness; humour. The Blurb Tom, single father to Hannah, is the manager of a tiny local theatre. On the same day each year, he and its colourful cast of part-time actors have staged a fantastical production just for his littleContinue reading “#bookreview: Days of Wonder by Keith Stuart (@keefstuart)”

#bookreview: Keep You Safe by Melissa Hill

Format: Hardback Publisher: HQ Stories Published: 21st September 2017 Pages: 384 Pages The Blurb For readers who love issue-driven fiction, Melissa Hill has written a breakout novel exploring the “to vaccinate or not” debate and the tragic consequences of one mother’s decision on another. Single mom Kate O’Donnell is living her worst nightmare. Her youngContinue reading “#bookreview: Keep You Safe by Melissa Hill”

#bookreview: Wishbones by Virginia Macgregor

Format: Paperback Publisher: HQ Stories Published: 23rd May 2017 Pages: 384 Pages The Blurb Feather Tucker has two wishes: 1) To get her mum healthy again 2) To win the Junior UK swimming championships When Feather comes home on New Year’s Eve to find her mother – one of Britain’s most obese women- in a diabeticContinue reading “#bookreview: Wishbones by Virginia Macgregor”

#bookreview: The Food of Love by Amanda Prowse

This post was written on my phone because sadly, my laptop is slowly dying! I’d hope that Father Christmas reads my blog and notices that I need a new one, is that ok Mr Christmas? If you notice anything weird, please let me know and I can amend accordingly. So, onto the review… About theContinue reading “#bookreview: The Food of Love by Amanda Prowse”

Book Review: #WorldBookDay Juno Dawson & Rainbow Rowell

In celebration of World Book Day 2016, a selection of 8 short reads were released at just £1, with Spot the Difference & Kindred Spirits included. Both are designed to engage, enlighten and to get people to read more! Having read books by both authors before, naturally I was going to give these #WorldBookDay treatsContinue reading “Book Review: #WorldBookDay Juno Dawson & Rainbow Rowell”

Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig

Format: Hardback Publisher: Canongate Books Published: 5th March 2015 Pages: 272 Pages The Blurb WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO FEEL TRULY ALIVE? Aged 24, Matt Haig’s world caved in. He could see no way to go on living. This is the true story of how he came through crisis, triumphed over an illness that almostContinue reading “Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig”