Book Reviews

Sometimes, I will be fortunate enough to be offered a free copy of a book in exchange for an honest review. When this happens, I will mark such book reviews as an "AD" and will always fully disclose the circumstances surrounding the reviews. This category also contains book reviews of books I have chosen to read for myself in my free time, as well as any other posts that may discuss or relate to books. Therefore, you may find this category contains cover reveals, to be read lists, and more. If I choose to share book reviews of my own purchases, I will not state this in the post. Best books to read. My reading lists. Books I want to read. You Do You review... Today marks the book review of the first book I read in 2018 all about You Do You by Sarah Knight! Having been bought You Do You by Rachel for Christmas, I couldn’t wait to get started reading it... Books I have reviewed, book recommendations, best books to read, books everyone should read, book recommendations for book lovers.

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    2020: My Insanely Impressive Reading Year

    With just today and tomorrow left in 2020, I am really looking forward to the beginning of the end for covid-19. Yes, it may be a long way off, but the light is beginning to come through. And while 2020 was a horrible year for so many reasons, one silver lining of the year was having getting back to reading and reigniting my passion for the written word. This post contains affiliate links and links to my own products. For more information, please read my disclaimer.

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    What Happens At Christmas: Spoiler Free Review

    Happy happy Thursday! And happy two weeks until Christmas Eve! Let’s not focus on the fact there are only another 3 weeks left of 2020…. right now I’m not sure 2021 will be much better! But rather than being doom and gloom about the upcoming new year, today I wanted to share with you my latest Christmas read – What Happens At Christmas by Evonne Wareham. This post contains affiliate links.

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    Calm By The Christmas Tree: My Debut Novel

    AD|Little did I think back at the start of 2020 that I wouldn’t get focusing on a good three quarters of my lifetime bucket list or goals for the year. All those thoughts of travel and concerts and events that are for making memories – they disappeared so quickly in March it was kind of scary. But we looked for silver linings, and today I’m here to share one with you. My debut novel; Calm By The Christmas Tree! This post contains affiliate links.

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    Christmas with the Teashop Girls: Feel-Good Festive Read

    Happy happy Friday you lovely people! October is flying by, and we’re now half way through the month. Not only are we getting closer and closer to my favourite blogging time of the year, but we’re also getting two Christmas themed posts in one week! In case you hadn’t guessed, today we’re looking at Christmas with the Teashop Girls by Elaine Everest, sent to me for free by her publishers but without obligation to review or promote. Please note this post contains affiliate links.

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    Fire Burn Cauldron Bubble Book Review [AD]

    Happy Wednesday everyone! How’s Blogtober going for those of you taking part? Well, I can honestly say last week (4 posts in 4 days) was enough for me when I was also trying to prepare some Blogmas content. But today we’re back with a new book review – a great one for those of you with kids! Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble was sent to me in exchange for a book review, as part of the Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble Book Tour. Shall we dive in?

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    Reflections of My Youth Review [AD/PR Pack]

    And it’s a Wednesday again! Is it just me or are the weeks now flying in? Possibly just me and the fact this will now be my third Wednesday in work in a row and you have no idea how excited that makes me! But today I wanted to share my review of Reflections of My Youth – a poetry collection by Mahesh Mali, emailed in PDF form to me for free in exchange for an honest review.

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    100 Books Before You Die: An Update

    Another Wednesday dawns, and it’s another one not in work. I’d be sad, but it means I once again have time to read, write, and just generally keep on top of all things blogging. Some of you might remember back to 2016 when I looked at the Amazon list of 100 books to read before you die. Well, four years later I decided it might be time to revisit that list! This post contains affiliate links – read more in my disclaimer.

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    A Powerful Book Launch – Your Ultimate Guide on How To Have One

    And it’s Saturday again! A different one to last week – the furthest we’re going this Saturday is to our rugby club for an afternoon of “Quins on the Green”. But as life has begun to resemble more of normality, one thing has stuck – I’m still slowly and (now not-so) silently working on a first draft of a book I would love to self-publish when it’s finished! But before I could even consider that, I would have to finish writing it. And maybe read Your Ultimate Guide to a Powerful Book Launch[AFF] by The Ray Journey. Please note – this post contains affiliate links; meaning if you make a…