REVIEW: The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware

Ruth Ware is quickly becoming crime fiction royalty, with her sharp, twisty tales and unique stories. The Death of Mrs Westaway had been on my to-read list for a while, so when I finally picked it up I began to read it straight away. Harriet Westaway is living alone in Brighton, working as a tarot…

Mini Book Haul

Today I’m talking about new books on my YouTube channel. I’m definitely reading a lot of crime novels and thrillers at the moment but there’s still nice mix I think!    

Blog Tour | Odette by Jessica Duchen

I was lucky enough to receive Odette by Jessica Duchen as part of the blog tour to celebrate its release. Odette is a modern fairytale. Telling the story of Mitzi, a freelance writer struggling to cope with the loss of her father and living alone. When a swan crashes through her window, she at first thinks…

REVIEW: The Year Of Living Danishly by Helen Russell

Helen Russell lives in London and works for Marie Claire magazine, she is married to a businessman and together they live a fast paced city slicker lifestyle that isn’t giving them any real happiness. Constantly exhausted, rarely sleeping, fed up with the ingrained materialism and constant motion of the city the couple decide they need…

REVIEW: Don’t Let Go by Michel Bussi

Whenever I am asked my favourite book that I have read in the last year, then it will likely be Black Water Lilies. Michel Bussi is a highly acclaimed French crime writer, this year three of his novels have been translated into English and Don’t Let Go is the final book to be translated (let’s hope more translations to…

Blog Tour and Review: Perfect Liars by Rebecca Reid

I’m lucky enough to be a part of the blog tour for Perfect Liars, a book I was drawn to because of its intriguing plot Three school friends are reunited at a dinner party, with news to share, worries to soothe and secrets to keep. But the evening won’t end well for one of the…

REVIEW: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

With a new Sky adaptation coming very soon to UK televisions and promises that this book is a brighter, more grown up version of Twilight, I had to pick up a copy of A Discovery of Witches. I’m not sure if this hasn’t been as big in the UK as it has in the US, but until seeing the…

Review | The Silent Patient byAlex Michaelides

‘I found the ending compelling and surprising and overall the plot is so full of twists it reminded me of writing by Michel Bussi and Gillian Flynn. I know that this is one book I’ll be recommending for months to come.’

Lifestyle Medicine|The Books That Have Helped Me

Recently I have been on a journey to better my health through lifestyle medicine. This doesn’t mean that I think a good diet and exercise will cure everything, but that it does lay the foundation for being in the best health possible for your body. Lifestyle Medicine is a term that I had heard buzzing…