Friday, 25 August 2017

Fave Five Book Siblings



I was asked by Buzz magazine to take part in their Fave Five Friday project, and I am exciting to join in. So here is my fave five book siblings list.

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Friday, 18 August 2017

The Winding Stair-Millie Vigor

I am really getting my moneys worth out of Kindle Unlimited at the moment, this book was on a recommended for me list.
Winding stair cover

Ginny Harvey is a writer, she has been receiving single red roses on her doorstep, as well as anonymous calls.

Looking for some peace she runs away telling no-one where she is going. But then a rose is delivered to her hideaway. On her return home the roses and calls suddenly stop.

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Bloggers Night In

I recently went to a bloggers night in my sisters. We had a great night and a good laugh. I thought I'd do a little run-down of some ideas and things you may need if you fancy having a bloggers night in.

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Sunday, 13 August 2017

Waiting for the Storm-Marie Landry

Following the death of her mum, 17 year old Charlotte O'Dell travels to Angel Island with her sister and dad. It seems like its going be a terrible holiday until she meets Ezra Rhodes.
He brings her back to living life, and their friendship develops into something more.
But he has secrets and he isnt sharing them with Charlotte. Despite her happiness with Ezra she feels that a storm is on the horizon.

I was sent this book to review. I havent read any of Marie Landry's books before but i do like trying different books.
Waiting for the storm cover

I found the main character Charlotte to be a sad and lonely person.She has a troubled relationship with her sister. She has been cut off from her friends as she has been caring for her dying mum. And her dad is grieving and has shut himself off from his daughters. I could relate to some of her traits as she uses reading to calm her and a way of escape.

So when she meets Ezra she is looking for someone to help her be happy again. Ezra is a mysterious character and she doesn't know much about his past.

I found this book to be a bit slow to get into partly because it's not my usual type of book I think. But once I did it was an enjoyable read,and the authors style of writing I found to be interesting. I would recoommend this book for young adult readers who like romance.


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Monday, 7 August 2017

Jeremy Bamber- Guilty or Innocent?

I have an interest in crime and one case that has always fascinated me is the case of Jeremy Bamber, who is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of his parents, sister and twin nephews.


Jeremy Bamber

The question I have always had when I've read or watched anything on this case is whether he is guilty or innocent. There are a lot of points on either side so I wanted to write about these and see what other people think. I don't know if he is guilty or innocent and these are just my opinions on the case.

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Friday, 4 August 2017

Lost Girls Celina Grace- Book Review

23 years ago Maudie Sampsons childhood friend Jessica went missing on a family holiday in Cornwall. She was never seen again.


Lost Girls Book Cover

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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

These Are a Few of My Not so Favourite Things

This is just a chance for me to have a little rant about things that annoy me.

1. Rudeness

I was brought up to use my manners say please and thank you that kind of thing, so it irritates me slightly when people don't do the same. You know like when you hold a door open for someone and they just breeze past without any kind of acknowledgement.

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Murder of Linda Bailey Brown

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