Happy Sunday, everyone! I’ve written another book review – hurrah! It’s one that I was meant to write 3 months ago…we’ll brush over that part. Bonnier Zaffre – thank you very much, guys! – sent me an ARC of The Other Half of Happiness by Ayisha Malik earlier this year. I was so excited to read … More The Other Half of Happiness Review | Books
I have no idea what has happened this year. Apart from the world apparently going completely mad, I’ve hardly read any books! Five. That’s how bad. Just five. Shocking. Anyway, I thought I’d do a review of one of them because, why not?
Hola lovely people! This year is absolutely flying by – I can’t believe we’re nearly halfway through already… Last week, I celebrated my 24th birthday by eating lots (of course) and going to the Hay on Wye book festival.
Hello wonderful people! I haven’t checked in with you in a good few months &, as I’ve been keeping you updated on my heart troubles post chemo, I thought I’d let you know the latest 🙂
A couple of years ago, I read Probably Nothing by Matilda Tristram – a picture book that depicted a woman’s battle with cancer. It stayed with me because it was so different and it was such a unique way of talking about such a difficult topic. So when Hot Key Books sent me Night Shift by Debi Gliori, I was … More Night Shift Review | Books
It’s the start of a new year and I think pretty much everyone I know is glad to see the back of 2016! What a weird year! Although there were a lot of highlights in 2016, I didn’t do half the things I said I was going to do.
This week, I’m introducing you guys to a charity that I’ve recently become involved with! A couple of weeks ago, I came into contact with James & his wonderful charity, CATS. The charity focuses on promoting awareness of cancer symptoms to young people, particularly students. As someone who had cancer as a teenager, I was … More Getting To Know CATS! | News
Last weekend, Cardiff was transformed into a wonderland in City of the Unexpected – a celebration of Roald Dahl‘s life on what would have been his 100th birthday! When I was a kid, Roald Dahl books formed a huge part of my library and even now, I have nearly a whole shelf dedicated to him. His stories were such a … More Quentin Blake : Inside Stories Review | Art
Hey lovely people, I was tagged by BookBloke to do the Reader Confessions Tag and so here I am doing it 🙂 Thank you to BookBloke for tagging me! 😀 Now let’s get straight to it!
Behind every creative, there is a story. There is a reason why every dancer dances, every writer writes and every painter paints. I recently chatted to two Swansea-based artists, Graham Parker & Amir A Nejad, who exhibited their work last week in the Oriel Bach Gallery. Their collaborative exhibition, ‘Face to the Sea’, displayed the … More The Artist’s Story with Graham Parker & Amir Nejad | Art