Books, Review

Obsession – Amanda Robson: Review

From reading the blurb this book sounds like a drama about quarrelling couples, potential deceit and the strength of friendship, but it is so much more than that and it took turns I never expected. Set in Stansfield, the book tells of the lives of two married – seemingly perfect – couples, Carly and Rob,… Continue reading Obsession – Amanda Robson: Review

Books, Review

Best Reads of 2017

2017, for me, was a year filled with great books. After falling away from reading in 2016 due to copious amounts of uni work, I made an effort in 2017 to pick up my reading again, and I have been loving it. And after getting many good books for Christmas, my reading list for 2018 is already looking great. I thought I would share some of my… Continue reading Best Reads of 2017

Beauty, Books, Favourites

July Favorites

I've not posted a favorites post in a while, and throughout the month of July I came across so many great products and items, so thought it would be a good time to do one! Rare Nails Nail Polish - 030 Merlot My brother bought me this polish when in Tenerife, and I have never… Continue reading July Favorites

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The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins: Review

Ever since this book was first published in January last year, it has been everywhere, and it seemed as if every bookworm I knew couldn't put it down. Yet, for some reason, I wasn't in a hurry to read it. Last year I was in a bit of a reading slump, with uni, work and… Continue reading The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins: Review

Books, Review

The Versions of Us – Laura Barnett: Review

This book caught my eye the very first time I saw it in Waterstones, pretty, colourful covers always draw me in so I was automatically intrigued by it. For the longest time I largely stuck to reading books on fantasy, horror and thriller, and for the past two years I have been making an effort… Continue reading The Versions of Us – Laura Barnett: Review

Beauty, Books, Lifestyle

January Favorites

January isn't over popular compared to the other months ahead; everyone has the Christmas blues, the weather is bleak, cold and rainy (and in Scotland's case, snowy) and everyone starts back work, uni, college or school. In my case, even though I didn't start back uni (I start back Monday), January was filled with studying… Continue reading January Favorites

Books, Review


Generally speaking, my favorite book genres are fantasy, thriller and crime, however recently I have been finding myself reading lighter novels, focusing more on friendships, love and life, so it was a shock to my system when I began reading Normal. Normal is a thrilling story exploring inside the mind of a cunning serial killer.… Continue reading NORMAL – GRAEME CAMERON: REVIEW