Death Of A Kootch Show Girl by Corey Recko

This book was sent to me by the author for review, so all opinions are my own, but thank you to Corey for sending it to me. This is the first novel by Corey Recko, who has written other non-fiction works, which have won some awards. He also writes for some historical magazines and things,…

The Estee Edit Pink Peony Overnight Water Pack

Estée Lauder has been a big name in beauty for a long time, so when I heard about the Estee Edit, a range of products that claim to be simple, effective and easy to use, I really wanted to try it out. I managed to get my hands on this, the Pink Peony Overnight Water…

Behind The Scenes At The Museum by Kate Atkinson

Ruby Lennox narrates this story of her life and her family. Funny, startling and often sad, she is the child of a woman who doesn’t want kids, and a father who cheats. The book also slips backwards in time to take in the lives of her ancestors and the events that shaped their lives. The…

The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

I love LOVE this book, and I love Amy Tan. And maybe this review is a bit of a cheat, because I’ve read this book before, but I was re-reading it this week and I enjoyed it all over again, and I haven’t shared it with you guys before. Published back in 1989, it’s Tan’s…

Roses and Romance with Prestige Flowers

Flowers are everything. If you spend any time on Instagram you will see them featured in many posts. What is it about them that makes us feel so uplifted and happy? Why are they such a symbol of love and care? Of decadence? I’m not entirely sure, but I love them, and these beauties featured…

My Cousin Rachel by Daphne Du Maurier

Perhaps it’s no surprise to find another review of a novel by Daphne Du Maurier on my blog. I love Rebecca so much, as I know a lot of you do too, and I read The House on the Strand a few months back, (you’ll find the review for that one HERE). This book is…