Heritage: A Transcend Novel by Addie Hunter

In the small town of Arhaus, Nevada, three girls have been mysteriously gifted super powers. As they practice their powers and fight crime, they must keep them secret from their friends and family, and also compete with the other superheroes in their town, three boys, who seem quite familiar. When a strange symbol starts to…

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Want Beautiful Skin? Try my Facial Mask Round up!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard about Korean beauty and the love of sheet masks! They’re a tissue mask that comes in a little individual packet and are saturated with serum and good skin-loving ingredients. You put it on your face, leave it for ten or twenty minutes, as directed and…

Devil In The Countryside by Cory Barclay

I was sent this book by the author for honest review, and all opinions here are my own. And I’m very glad that Cory Barclay did send it to me, because I really enjoyed it. Some of you who know your history or werewolf lore will have heard of the story of the Werewolf of…

Iconic Brand: Latest Elizabeth Arden Beauty Review

Elizabeth Arden is one of those brands that has been around for ages, and who is know for being good quality, but not always cheap. It’s one of those brands that has products that people have used for generations, and yet also creates innovative new products that seek to revolutionise the beauty industry. But are…

Our Newest Family Member: Grimoire the Kitten!

I’ve been a bit quiet over the last week or ten days, and today I’m finally getting a quiet moment to stop and get a little writing done. The reason that I’ve been to distracted is that I’ve had a bit of a life change: that is to say, we got ourselves a kitten. As…

American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld

Alice Blackwell is America’s First Lady, wife of the US President. But first, she was Alice Lindgren, a normal American girl. She grew up in the suburbs, with her parents, an only child, and her grandmother, an outspoken woman who loved to read. She experienced tragedy early, and went on to become a librarian at…

Zodiac by Robert Graysmith

I could not put this book down. I read it in two sittings. I’m not the kind of person who reads loads of true crime or serial killer stories, perhaps for the obvious reason that they are so tragic and sad, and also quite terrifying. So why is this book different? Robert Graysmith was a…