As always, although this book has been sent to me for free, for the purpose of reviewing, all opinions are my own and completely honest. That can be somewhat unfortunate when I don’t particularly enjoy the book. Texts from Dad chronicles 57 days of daily texts from author Peter, alongside many quirky and cute illustrations. … More Texts From Dad by Peter Barber Book Review
It’s no secret that one of the biggest perks of being a blogger, for me, is being sent books for free, just to read and review! As always, although I was sent this for the purpose of reviewing it, this review is completely honest and my own opinion! This is the third book in the … More F. O. X. E. S By M.A Bennett Review!
As I start many of my book review posts now, this book was sent to me for free, for the purpose of being reviewed here. That being said, this is still 100% my honest opinion! This was my favourite book I’ve read in a while, so let’s get into it! Charlestown to Charlestown and Beyond … More Charlestown to Charlestown and Beyond by Mike Nolan Review!
As a huge fan of Californication, I had to read God Hates Us All and if I’m completely honest, I kind of wish I hadn’t. If you’re not familiar with what this book is, in the show Californication, the main character is Hank Moody, who is a super famous writer because of his book God … More God Hates Us All-Book Review
I really love reading but sometimes I go through what I call ‘readers block’. It doesn’t matter how good the book is, I just go through weeks or sometimes months where I don’t feel like reading anything, so I don’t. I don’t see the point in reading when I’m not into it so I just … More Three Book Review
I got my buddy box this morning, which is a bit later than usual but i really appreciate that since i woke up to new i was hoping i wouldn’t hear. The Blurt Foundation is something i’ve spoken about before because i think its doing a great job at de-stigmatising mental health, specifically depression. I … More Buddy Box (June)