Thread Of Hope Honesty is the best policy. Isn’t it? What if your secrets are so dangerous they could destroy the one you love? Prospero is prepared to tell Leonie most of his past – if he can find her – but one of his secrets could send her running again. Another could destroyContinue reading “Thread of Hope. Cover Reveal.”
Lately I’ve been seeing my depression as a part of me. I’ve been selfless enough in thinking that it wasn’t actually apart of. I always thought of it as some ‘thing’ as I always thought I could never control it. Which in actual fact you can’t. I’m learning now to do deal with a lotContinue reading “Cannot think of a title for this.”
“Gautam Malkani, the man behind one of the seminal books on the British Asian experience, does something original and important once again, this time on the crucial issue of young carers. Distortion is essential reading.” – Sathnam Sanghera, author of The Boy with the Topknot DISTORTION Gautam Malkani 6th September 2018 | HardbackContinue reading “Distortion by Gautam Malkani *Blog Tour*”
Think of a book you’ve read that has you so hyped up enough to think that this book should be made into film. With your favourite actor’s as the characters. So what would yours be? I can’t wait to read people’s comments.
Thought I’d try something abit different with my posts and give some thanks to my followers. I’d like to thank all of you and PP who has commented the most on my posts. I will be doing this every month. Go and show her blog some love and appreciation 😁 PhantomPaper
I didn’t intenionally go to the library to sign. I took my daughter to library as we usually do once a month. My daughter likes todo some colouring in while I usually sit down and wait. Today though was different, I seen a book that I’ve wanted to read for nearly a year. So I lookedContinue reading “Finally signed up to a library.”
For two decades Robert Stone made his living on the high seas. A modern-day pirate, he was a pioneer saturation oil field diver, involved in fishing, treasure-hunting and, more than anything else, smuggling, which brought him more money than he knew how to spend. Stone spent the last ten of his smuggling years in Africa,Continue reading “Chasing black gold by Robert Stone book review.”
I’d like to thank Saket for this nomination. I really do appreciate it. Everyone should go and check their blog out as you won’t be disappointed. On to the post I was asked a few questions. Which I’m going to ask my nominee’s the same questions (yes I’m just being lazy 🤣) RULES FOR ‘THEContinue reading “Liebster Award”