REVIEW: Between the Regions of Kindness by Alice Jolly

I was lucky enough to be sent Between the Regions of Kindness for review to celebrate it’s release as part of a blog tour this month.    Between The Regions of Kindness is a very special book. Told between generations facing two wars, it is a heartfelt study of what it means to be human,…

LONDON BOOK HAUL!!

Last weekend I was in London seeing The Cursed Child, the play that follows on from the Harry Potter novels. I also visited the National Gallery, went on the London Eye and wandered around the shops. And the thing about London is that there is basically a book shop on every street. We went into…

Some Of My Favourite Books Written By Women

It’s International Women’s Day and I thought I would take the opportunity to create a list of some of my favourite books by women from the last year or two. I’ve tried to narrow it down as I could have been here all day if I included them all, so here are five of my…

Books I’ve Loved in January

I am (more than) a little behind with my book reviewing this month. It has been a really crazy month for lots of reasons so I’ve decided to put all of my book reviews for January in one post. I’ve read nine books this month and I’m going to talk about my three favourites here;…

REVIEW: Farangi Girl, Ashley Dartnell

This story I have literally had for YEARS. I read a review of Farangi Girl in a magazine back when it was published in 2011 and somehow ended up with two copies of this book and yet went six years before reading it…how is that even possible? But finally just before Christmas, I read Farangi…

REVIEW: The Summer of the Bear by Bella Pollen

At the height of the Cold War in 1979, a grizzly bear makes a bid for freedom on a small Hebridean island. The Fleming family return to this holiday retreat facing life without their father and under the shadow of his mysterious death. As the summer unfolds, the bear and the children of Nicholas Fleming…

REVIEW: The Tobacconist by Robert Seethaler

Hi guys, This week we’re talking about The Tobacconist by Robert Seethaler. I really enjoyed this book and there was definitely plenty to discuss! Instagram @hannahjbullimore Twitter @HJBullimore Thank-you so much for watching! Speak soon, Hannah

June Book Club Launch!

Hi guys, I can’t believe it is time to launch the second month of our book club. I have picked quite a few new books this month, but hopefully you can pick one or two of them up for cheap enough. They are really varied this month so I’m hoping that there is something for…

May Book Club 2 – The Song Collector by Natasha Solomons

Hi guys, I’m really excited to be talking about the second book club choice for May. I really enjoyed this book and have a lot to say about it!   As well as the video, I wanted to include some additional thoughts here on my blog, as otherwise the video would have been about half…