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.Continue reading “Christmas with the Teashop Girls: Feel-Good Festive Read”
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?Continue reading “Fire Burn Cauldron Bubble Book Review [AD]”
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.Continue reading “Reflections of My Youth Review [AD/PR Pack]”
Ah Wednesday – another one has rolled around again! If you’re lucky enough to have been enjoying this weather then congratulations! I spent all day Saturday lying reading The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson, and just had to share my thoughts with you. Please note, this post contains affiliate links.Continue reading “The Art of Being Normal: My Spoiler-Free Review”
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.
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 purchase through one of these links I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. To read more, please see my disclaimer.
Hello again you lovely people! It’s Wednesday again – I know, I need to try and keep better track of the days. But when the sun is out, one day rolls into another. Reading in the sun has to be one of the biggest highlights of being furloughed, so I decided to bring you an unprompted review of Girlfriend In A Coma!
I feel like I shouldn’t start today’s post with “Happy Wednesday!” – in fact, even sitting down to write this feels a little strange. It’s the middle of the morning. I should be answering work calls, fighting with pinking scissors on fluffy velvets, and invoicing out goods. But with work officially closed for at least the next 3 weeks, what better time to highlight a new book you could all be reading?
Two posts in one day? Oh you lucky people! As I was saying in my earlier post – Hypnos by Jon Biddle – I somehow managed to arrange to have two book reviews go live in the one day. So welcome back to Life With Ktkinnes, as we take a look at Tusker by Dougie Arnold. Continue reading “Tusker by Dougie Arnold*”
It’s a Wednesday again, and as we all are beginning to think what life may be like when we go on lockdown, I’m back with not one but two posts today – you lucky people! Continue reading “Hypnos by Jon Biddle*”