Abbie Greaves (no relation that I know of) hasn't shied away from the hard stuff in her second novel, which is a beautifully written story about love and loss. It touches on many tough issues that could be a trigger for some people (alcoholism, mental health and suicide) with sensitivity but while the book clearly… Continue reading Book Review: The Ends of the Earth.
Taking my favourite person to my favourite place (Haworth, Yorkshire).
When we were first getting to know one another, I told Mark my favourite film, the one I absolutely loved and watched repeatedly, was Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. He’d never seen it. Years later, it happened to be on television and I was excited to finally watch it together. He did not like it. At… Continue reading Taking my favourite person to my favourite place (Haworth, Yorkshire).
Book review: Confessions of a forty-something f##k up.
I'm late to the party (as usual) with this book, which was published in 2020. Luckily it was still stocked in the supermarket and, while we only popped in for some essentials, this book called to me (you know how it is). It's quite chunky (at 510 pages) and has taken me a while to… Continue reading Book review: Confessions of a forty-something f##k up.
Book review: Impossible by Sarah Lotz.
*blows dust off the keyboard* Well, hello! It's been a little while. I've been wanting to blog again for ages but so much has happened, it's been difficult to know where to start. Apparently, all I needed was a really, really good book to write about because along came ‘Impossible’ by Sarah Lotz, which was… Continue reading Book review: Impossible by Sarah Lotz.