I received this eARC (electronic Advanced Reader Copy) of The Age of Witches by Louisa Morgan from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Age of Witches Details Author: Louisa Morgan Publication Date: 23rd April 2020 Format: eBook, Hardcover, Paperback Publisher: Orbit Pages: 528 The Age of Witches Summary Harriet Bishop, descended from a […]
In April, I took part in the Magical Readathon that is OWLs! This is a month-long readathon that was created by BookRoast and is Harry Potter themed. It is so well thought out & detailed and I absolutely love it. It is followed by NEWTs (in August) and you choose a career to work towards. […]
This month, I am taking part in Eurovisionathon. This is a readathon based on the Eurovision Song Contest and was created by Helen @helwid87. It is running from 18th April to 16th May 2020. You choose books based on the 26 countries that were in the Eurovision last year. Each time you finish a book, […]
I received the eBook of How to Feel Good in Difficult Times in exchange for an honest review. How to Feel Good in Difficult Times Details Author: Gail Lindenfield Published: 5th March 2020 Format: Paperback & eBook Publisher: Trigger Publishing Genre: Self-Help, Mental Health & Wellbeing Pages: 192 How to Feel Good in Difficult Times […]
Thirst Trap is a new book by Zachary Ryan which focuses on the relationships between 4 gay men. This is a stop on the book tour.
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I started offering the service of Advertising for bloggers across my social media & blog in April this year and part of that service includes introducing you to some brilliant bloggers that you might not have heard of yet. I publish a post like this every 3 months and this post will introduce you to 5 […]
I know it’s September but surely it’s not too early to start thinking about Christmas, especially if you have a lot of people to buy for. Sometimes buying early is key to finding the best deals for you & your family. As I have gotten older, I’ve been more interested in giving and receiving experiences […]
Travelling with a disability isn’t easy – but it doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy yourself. The key is to find somewhere which takes the needs of disabled travellers into account. With the world constantly evolving, you’ll find lots of places where this applies. Today, let’s take a look at five exciting destinations where you’ll […]
In June, my family came to visit & we wanted to do a Queensland road trip from Brisbane to Cairns and make sure we visited the highlights. My dad booked an Airbnb for the first few nights in Brisbane and then we had to plan the best way to Cairns. (To get £25 off your first […]