The Day We Disappeared by Lucy Robinson is a book that’s been on my shelf for about 10 million years.
I originally picked it up at a Penguin event I went to back in 2015 (that time I crammed all the free books into 2 bags!) and it’s been winking at me ever since.
I finally got around to reading it on holiday this year and I absolutely LOVED it.
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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 really interested to see how the author had managed to depict depression through her illustrations. Continue reading “Night Shift Review | Books”
I’m all about the characters in a book.
To me, they are the biggest aspect of the whole thing – I love seeing how their minds work & what decisions they make!
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Well folks, we’re into my favourite season – autumn! I love it when the weather gets that little bit colder & it’s acceptable to cwtch up with a book, an oversized jumper and a hot cup of tea.
I didn’t read as many books as I hoped to over the summer but I did read enough to warrant a wrap-up so here it is 🙂 Continue reading “Summer Reading Wrap-Up | Books”
July was probably one of my worst reading months ever!
I finished one book. ONE BOOK! Ridiculous.
I’ve also been reading two others which I think I’ll be reading for a while & I’ve started a new book which I’m loving! Continue reading “July Wrap-Up | Books”
The books I’ve been reading recently have mainly been non-fiction and last month, I decided that I wanted something a bit more romantic to give myself a break from the factual based stuff.
Luckily, sitting on my shelf was a book that my sister had lent me a long time ago, Vince & Joy by Lisa Jewell. It was just what I was looking for! Continue reading “Vince & Joy | Book Review”