After a meal in Smashburger Glasgow, I simply had to come on here and tell you why you need to find your nearest Smashburger as soon as possible.
Okay so I promise the book reviews will come to an end soon, but today I wanted to share Jennifer Juan's latest book - Home Wrecker. Jennifer advertised recently that she was looking for bloggers to read and honestly review her third collection of poetry, so of course I jumped at the opportunity to read… Continue reading Home Wrecker by Jennifer Juan*
Well we're now into the penultimate month of 2017! What've you got planned for this month?
And the end of a busy October brings us to the book I got reading this month! Anyone else miss Woolworths? It was my favourite place ever! So when I was offered the chance to review a book set in Woolworths and at Christmas then I just couldn't wait to get my hands on my copy!… Continue reading Christmas at Woolworths Book Review*
Halloween. Some of us like it, some of us dislike it…I adore it and in my personal opinion it is one of the best times of the year. The leaves are falling on the ground, the weather is turning chilly and I get to buy all the pairs of boots I want! But most importantly… Continue reading Guest Post: This Is Halloween
And we're back for the last book review of October 2017! I'm almost caught up on them all, but for now, here are my thoughts on The Mirror Crack'd From Side To Side - the 9th Miss Marple story written by Agatha Christie.
Cooking for 1 doesn't always have to result in a lot of leftovers.
Yup we are back with another book review today! This one, By The Sea, was written by a friend of mine and fellow blogger, Zoe Jackson. I was so excited to read Zoe's first published piece of work, and now I am delighted to share my thoughts on By The Sea with you.
A guest post, written by Isabel, all about the perfect gifts for wedding anniversaries.
Ah Victoria, my latest royal love. If you, like me, have been watching Victoria on ITV (or STV or UTV, depending on where you live) then you should read this book. Shall we look at why?