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Pop Reads Children’s Books Hit The Right Note

Last Wednesday I reviewed Dear Mr Pop Star, a book all about music and its stars and today I’m sharing more musically inspired books, this time for kids. Books and reading for our family are like air, we couldn’t imagine a world without them, so I’m always intrigued when I spot news of new and… Continue reading Pop Reads Children’s Books Hit The Right Note

Books · Kids · Reviews

Book Review: Lotta Love Bug By Melody Agard

Sharing books is one of life’s simple pleasures!  I also enjoy sharing blogs about books I have discovered to help give you some inspiration for new titles to share with the little people in your life. Recently children’s Author Melody Agard sent me her book, Lotta Love Bug to share with Leo and today I’d… Continue reading Book Review: Lotta Love Bug By Melody Agard

Books · Entertainment · Reviews

Blog Tour: Dear Mr Pop Star By Derek & Dave Philpott

When contacted a few months ago by author Dave Philpott he kindly told me all about his forthcoming book release Dear Mr Pop Star  and I was immediately intrigued thanks to it's unique concept. Having agreed to take part in the Blog Tour for it's release I couldn't wait to get reading and it didn't… Continue reading Blog Tour: Dear Mr Pop Star By Derek & Dave Philpott

Books · Parenting

Review: The Little Book Of Self-Care For New Mum’s

Becoming a Mum is one of the most exciting yet terrifying journeys you can embark on. You’ve spent 9 months carrying your beautiful baby waiting with baited breath in anticipation of their arrival, but what happens post-birth when the excitement dies down? Your baby doesn’t arrive with an instruction manual and likewise you’re not suddenly… Continue reading Review: The Little Book Of Self-Care For New Mum’s

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Book Review: Getting Over Gary By Jessica Redland

Back in June I took part in the Blog Tour Searching For Steven, the first book in the Whitsborough Bay series by Jessica Redland. Shortly after Jessica contacted me asking if I would like to read the other two books in the series and I couldn't agree fast enough. Due to a huge TBR pile… Continue reading Book Review: Getting Over Gary By Jessica Redland

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Blog Tour: The Fake Date By Lynda Stacey

I'm so excited to share my thoughts on The Fake Date with you as part of this wonderful Blog Tour. Many thanks to Rachel and Lynda Stacey for allowing me to participate and I hope you all enjoy reading my review! SynopsisNine hours and eleven minutes… That’s how long it’s been since Ella Hope was beaten to within an inch of… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Fake Date By Lynda Stacey

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Blog Tour: The Winter That Made Us By Kate Field

Toady i'm sharing my review of The Winter That Made Us  as part of the Blog Tour by Rachel's Random Resources. Many thanks to Rachel and author Kate Field for allowing me to take part in this wonderful tour. I hope you enjoy reading my review. Synopsis When Tess finds herself unexpectedly alone and back in Ribblemill,… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Winter That Made Us By Kate Field

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Blog Blitz: The Holiday Cruise By Victoria Cooke

Today i'm thrilled to be taking part in the Birthday Blog Blitz for The Holiday Cruise. Massive thanks to Rachel and of course author Victoria Cooke for allowing me to be part of this fabulous tour. I hope you enjoy reading my review...... Synopsis As if it weren’t enough to be cheated on by her… Continue reading Blog Blitz: The Holiday Cruise By Victoria Cooke

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Book Review: Clara’s Search For Magic By Alexis Hunter

When choosing books to share with my children I have never been one to judge a book by its cover, it’s what’s inside that counts! I often find children’s books are specifically marketed by gender – fairies for girls and trains for boys as an example, but for me a story is just that, a… Continue reading Book Review: Clara’s Search For Magic By Alexis Hunter

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National Read A Book Day: TBR Pile Inspiration

Today is National Read A Book Day and for someone as passionate about books as I am I felt it deserved recognition. This day represents nothing more than gentle encouragement for people to find a book that interests them and spend the day (or some of it) reading – which sounds like heaven to me!… Continue reading National Read A Book Day: TBR Pile Inspiration