Fool Whiskey Hero by JT Blundell

Grady’s life is a mess. He’s ex-military man, with a big alcohol problem, and his wife is about to leave him. Just when he thinks things can’t get any worse, his dead beat drug addicted brother drags him into his problems, and he finds himself embroiled in the search for a mysterious object that a…

New Olive Oil Shower Gel from Naturelle Cosmetics

Big thank you to Naturelle Cosmetics for getting in touch and sending me this Olive Oil based Shower and Bath Gel. It seems that they’re just breaking into the market here in the UK, and they’re all about natural, organic ingredients sourced locally and from Europe. Find out more about them on their website HERE.…

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

At the opening of this story by best selling author Liane Moriarty, we are told that one parent has been killed at a primary school event. The book moves back to show events leading up to the murder, and all the secrets that are hidden behind the facade of suburban life. When 24 year old…

Summer Fashion Blog Awards Winner!

I won an award! I’m really excited and I have to say a big thank you to Discount Sunglasses for the award, and a big thank you to my friends and blog followers who voted. I love you guys all so much, reading your comments and your blogs, it’s great fun. My blog post, about…

Scraped Knees by Kristine Brown

Poetry is a funny thing. It’s kind of forced on us in school, and becomes something we love or hate, something that bores us to tears or moves us deeply. It’s also something that, well, a lot of modern hipsters like to think they’re poets, right? Poems are a lot like man-buns, lumberbeards, Mac laptops…

The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman

Opening in 1807, Rachel grows up on the island of St Thomas, a child beloved by her father, who makes sure that she’s well educated, and a mother who is cold and bitter. In her family there is also Adele, who is their servant, and her daughter, Jestine, who is like a sister to Rachel.…