If there was ever proof I am a terrible blogger, this is it. I have been meaning to talk about the Bio-Essence Bio Platinum BB Cream for months now; hopefully now is better than never…? *guilty face*
Has it really been a year since my last Kawaii Box? Where has the time gone? I was over the moon when the amazing team at Kawaii Box got in touch about reviewing a box AND letting me give one away to one lucky person. Read on to find out what I thought of the September 2016 Kawaii Box… and how you can win one yourself.
No, your eyes are not deceiving you, this isn’t a YA book review… *laughs at self* On a serious note, I am talking about a book that has a very sensitive topic to discuss. Here are my thoughts on Every Falling Star: The True Story of How I Survived and Escaped North Korea by Sungju Lee. Every Falling Star: The True Story of How I Survived and Escaped North Korea by Sungju Lee Publication Date: 13 September 2016 Publisher: Abrams Every Falling Star, the first book to portray contemporary North Korea to a young audience, is the intense memoir of …
Well, hello there! Welcome to my stop on the Nice Day for a White Wedding Blog Tour hosted by Neverland Blog Tours. I’ve got something a little different for you today; a Q&A with A.L Michael. So without further ado, let’s get chatting!
Now I’m an adult no longer living at home, I can buy what I want, when I want… and have it delivered to my parents’ house. One of the things I treated myself to recently was a YumeTwins subscription.
Do you want to know a fun fact? I read this book twice. Here are my thoughts on Nothing Tastes as Good by Claire Hennessy.
I’m finally beginning to tackle my blogging backlog… or at least I hope I am. *sweats nervously* One book that I have been needing to read and review for an absolute age is Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield.
Since getting a new job, I no longer have time to read books. What’s a book blogger to do? *wails* One book that I have managed to finish recently is You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan.
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 $12, $20 or $25 per month, you receive a box of Japanese confectionery and savoury goods. Let’s have a look inside!
Oh my goodness, it has been an absolute age since I last did a make-up review! I really need to get back on to the “make up reviewing horse”… To kick things off, here are my thoughts on the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara.