Imagine you find a scrunched up piece of paper that obviously has some sort of picture printed on it. You think you know what it is from the small bits you can see but it is only as you carefully unfold it and iron out each crease that the full, detailed image becomes clear. That’s … Continue reading Book Review: A Life Without You.
I let the sink overflow, I burnt dinner and I stayed up way too late several nights in a row while reading The Promise Girls by Marie Bostwick – and it was all worth it. This rich tale by the New York Times bestselling author has many twists and turns – most of them unexpected … Continue reading Book Review: The Promise Girls.
“Clutter: (noun) A collection of things lying about in an untidy state.” The writer of this definition could well have walked around our flat for inspiration – and I’m ok with that, sort of – but when does our 'stuff' transform into something darker and perhaps more worrying? Eve O. Schaub had an entire … Continue reading Book Review: Year Of No Clutter.
It was with a contented sigh that I finished The Kicking The Bucket List by Cathy Hopkins. I was going to say a “happy sigh” because I enjoyed it so much but, while the story has a fitting ending, there is a tinge of sadness to it so that word didn’t seem right. The book … Continue reading Book Review: The Kicking The Bucket List.