So we went to Nottingham for a good friends hen weekend (the wedding is in a week, eek!) Cocktail making Now this is an experience I love. Cocktails, laughter and friends. What more could a girl want? We made some delicious cocktails and Revs Corner house followed by a delicious two course meal and then … More Nottingham
Author: Lousia May Alcott Publisher: Signet Classics 2004 Number of pages: 449 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ It’s a classic I feel like I should have read before and haven’t. Four sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March, are part of a poor but loving family. With their father off to war they have only their mother left … More Book Review: Little Women
Last month I took part in this great bookish meme. Last month I actually read 2 of the 3 books that people voted for because the votes in the comments had so many lovely reviews that I actually read Ready Player One and The Five People You Meet In Heaven. So I am going to … More April: The Nominees
As we drove up the long, winding roads to Roque de lots Muchachos (La Palma) my stomach was kept Churning. The roads are narrow, have hairpin turns and massive drops on either side. It was however, worth it for the view.
Believe: Boxing, Olympics and My Life Outside the Ring Author: Nicola Adams Publisher: Viking 2017 Number of pages: 256 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ At the start of the year I made a resolution to read books from a range of different genres and I stumbled across this little gem. At London 2012, Nicola Adams made history. The flyweight … More Book Review: Believe
Author: Ernest Cline Publisher: Arrow Books 2012 Number of pages: 374 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ As part of the lovely feature I have tried to read lots of books from my to be read list (as it gets longer by the day!) This book won the vote, which I was really pleased about because it’s out in … More Book Review: Ready Player One
Author: Jimmy Barnes Publisher: HarperCollins # of Pages: 384 Rating: 3 This book popped up on my Goodread recommendations and then I found it on BorrowBox (fantastic free app for audiobooks!). A household name, an Australian rock icon, the elder statesman of Ozrock – there isn’t an accolade or cliche that doesn’t … More Book Review: Working Class Boy