I know I usually say “so many books, so little time“, but I feel like it’s time for a new saying – “so many books, not enough eyes”. Do you think it will catch on? Whilst you ponder that, let me tell you about one of my recent reads, Whisper To Me by Nick Lake.
So many books, not enough time (or indeed brainpower) to review them all! Let me try to catch up on my review backlog by telling you about a book I read recently; Nina is Not Ok by Shappi Khorsandi.
Now then, let’s not beat around the bush or, as me mam would say, go around the houses. When you receive an opportunity to give away a brand new rose gold iPhone SE on your blog, what else can you say? (or do? apart from a jig of happiness of course!) This is something I wouldn’t be able to provide myself (unless I won the lottery) so I am BEYOND grateful to Three for being so kind to offer this to one lucky follower. Read on to find out how you could WIN AN IPHONE! *screams with excitement*
Even though last month has to be one of the worst months I’ve had for goal-setting, I couldn’t let a little blip in the road put me off setting small monthly goals. Goals keep me focused, regardless of whether I stick to them or not. Here is what I am hoping to achieve in July!
Well, hello there! Welcome to my stop on the Where is Emma Butler’s Life Plan? Blog Tour hosted by Neverland Blog Tours. I’m very happy to be taking part and being able to join in on all the blog-tour fun. Please read on to find out what I thought of Where is Emma Butler’s Life Plan? by Julia Wilmot, and how you can win a copy of the book.
Do you remember how I was saying that June would be the perfect time to set some goals? Oh.. you do remember… drat. Well… it wasn’t. *sweats nervously*. Let me try to explain…
Please ignore my grubby looking iPad; I SWEAR I cleaned it before I took pictures! Anywho, here are my thoughts on A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.
Thanks to my Kindle, I’ve been churning my way through books like never before. Here are my thoughts on a book I read recently: London Belongs to Us by Sarra Manning.
It’s once again OyatsuBox time, yay! For those of you not so familiar with my blog, OyatsuBox is a monthly subscription box service from Japan. For $11.99, $20 or $30 per month, you receive a box of Japanese confectionery and savoury goods. Let’s have a look inside!
This could quite possibly be one of the few monthly favourites posts where I could instantly remember all the products I was loving in the past month. I hope this continues! *pats brain appreciatively*