Whether you’re in a relationship or you’re not, Valentine’s Day is upon us and filled with couples celebrating. I’m neither for or against Valentine’s Day personally, I’m not bitter nor am I completely loved up with the person I’m with on just one day of the year. But no matter what your opinion is on the topic, most girls love a good romance novel, and the best time to dive in to a new love story is obviously Valentine’s Day! Here’s a list of books that you should pick up today to get you in a Valentines mood!
Title: Dream A Little Christmas Dream
Author: Giovanna Fletcher
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Publication Date: 8th October 2015
Summery : Sarah’s life is great.
Okay, her dreams might still be totally bananas, but her real life is definitely back on track. She’s got a fantastic job, amazing friends and she’s planning on spending all Christmas wrapped up with Brett, her handsome boyfriend.
But after another night of increasingly bizarre dreams, Sarah wakes to find her lovely housemate suddenly announcing she’s moving out. Then later that same day, Brett begins to act strangely. It’s clear he’s hiding something – but what?
Soon Sarah can’t help but wonder if she’s living out her own festive nightmare. Will any of her dreams come true in time for Christmas?
In honor of Sophie finally getting around to seeing the biggest Pixar movie of the summer, we’re doing the Inside Out Book Tag! If you have been living under a rock or in the middle of the rain forest for the whole of summer you wont know that Inside Out is a Disney Pixar movie based around five emotions, Fear, Anger, Joy, Disgust and Sadness. Everyone has each of these emotions living inside their heads and they control your mind. The story of Inside Out follows the emotions inside a little girl called Riley’s head, trying to figure out how to handle some of the more stressful times in her life. The Inside Out tag was created by Kristina, you can check out her YouTube channel HERE!
I have been on a book buying ban along with my father for about eight months now. This ban means that I cannot buy books at all with my own money (I can accept gifts or use gift vouchers to buy books) and if I was to buy a book I’d have to buy one for my father too. So far this has been a pretty successful deal as us tight arses don’t want to spend money buying books for each other! However as August brought a family holiday and the end of summer, the ban had been lifted and we were free to buy books until our hearts were content – or wallets were empty!
In the month of August I got my bum in gear with reading – having finally realised that my summer is ending and I won’t have much time to read next year! I read a total of five books and one graphic novel in August and I’m pretty damn pleased with that if I do say so myself! Continue reading
I’ve never hidden the fact that I don’t have a great deal of respect for ridiculously famous YouTubers. Yes I watch YouTube and I even watch videos made by some of those that I don’t like admittedly. But I rarely choose to spend my money on their over-priced, irrelevant-to-career (can you call YouTube a career really?) merchandise. This means that all these books that are suddenly being released by YouTubers will most definitely not be making their way on to my shelf any time soon. Continue reading