The Light at the End of the Tunnel | This Beautiful Life | A Review

The Big 'C'. Many of our lives are hit by this; our friends, family, even us. But now more so, there's a light at the end of the tunnel and this book writes about that. Set after the catastrophe that Big C can bring, this tells the story of what happens after and how it's … Continue reading The Light at the End of the Tunnel | This Beautiful Life | A Review

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Hollywood Infected Your Brain | Through His Eyes | Blog Tour

How is everyone's Summer treating ya? Here in the UK we've been hit with a HUGE heatwave, I'm not even joking. And to be honest, we have no idea how to cope. Can we eat ice cream for dinner? Is it acceptable to lounge around in our swimwear all day? Edit: it was a lot, … Continue reading Hollywood Infected Your Brain | Through His Eyes | Blog Tour

Time is Power | The Psychology of Time Travel | Blog Tour and Q & A

Today I'm starting off the blog tour for The Psychology of Time Travel by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. And we're starting it with a Q & A. But first a little bit about the book. Blurb 1967: Four female scientists invent a time-travel machine. They are on the cusp of fame: the pioneers who opened … Continue reading Time is Power | The Psychology of Time Travel | Blog Tour and Q & A

Girl Power! | Lumberjanes Vol. 1 | Beware the Kitten Holy | A Review

It’s the final post of my graphic novel month and I’d like to think that I’ve covered a few different ones; ranging in art style, set-out and of course, writers. If you haven’t, do check them out. The Best We Could Do Thornhill Nimona Continuing on with our Graphic Novels month, may I introduce you … Continue reading Girl Power! | Lumberjanes Vol. 1 | Beware the Kitten Holy | A Review

The Past, It Haunts | The Best We Could Do | A Review

Continuing on with our Graphic Novels month, today I’m reviewing The Best We Could Dop by Thi Bui- a novel based on the authors time as a child and her history and parents backgrounds. It’s a fabulous read. Blurb An intimate and poignant graphic novel portraying one family’s journey from war-torn Vietnam from debut author … Continue reading The Past, It Haunts | The Best We Could Do | A Review