#Sunday Morning For Kids- Something borrowed, something new, something old and something blue

Having just spent a blissful morning reading and playing with my little one, I am really excited to join in sharing our new and old favourite books for children. Something borrowedand old: The smartest Giant in the town by Julia Donaldson George wished he wasn’t the scruffiest giant in town So, one day, he sees …

It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be- J.K.Rowling

We do not need magic to change our world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves J.K.Rowling This short and inspiring biography of JK Rowling, the writer who made kids fall in love with reading again, is well-researched and beautifully illustrated in an original paper-cut style. It gave me a much better idea …

# Book Review #Nothing but trouble by P.Dangelico

‘Nothing but trouble’ is a light enjoyable read with slow-burn-friends-to-lovers relationship in a college setting. Alice Bailey is a college transfer from New Jersey. She is fiercely independent and self-reliant. Unfortunately, on her first day at Malibu University she almost gets run over by a local water polo champion, rich, successful, and drop-dead gorgeous Reagan …

#Book Review #The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepsworth

Book Blurb Someone once told me that you have two families in your life – the one you are born into and the one you choose. Yes, you may get to choose your partner, but you don’t choose your mother-in-law. The cackling mercenaries of fate determine it all. From the moment Lucy met Diana, she …

#Book Review #Suddenly Single by Carol Wyer

Chloe Piper is the mysterious author of a racy bestseller novel based on the village gossip her ex-husband used to bring her from the local pub. Now her marriage is suddenly on rocks and Chloe moves to a new house, quite isolated but with stunning views and friendly neighbours. Chloe suffers from a severe social …

#Book Review #Brilliant Ideas From Wonderful Women: 15 incredible inventions from inspiring women

Did you know that the material used to make firefighter helmets and bulletproof vests was invented by a woman? Brilliant Ideas From Wonderful Women: 15 incredible inventions from inspiring women is a brilliant tribute to fifteen amazingly creative women whose inventions made our world a better and safer place to live in. Car heaters and …

The sages of Chelm and the Moon

I loved this funny little story which reminded me of Bulgarian Gabrovo tales.The inhabitants of Chelm, a small town in Eastern Europe, were well-known for their supposed ‘wisdom’ (or rather total lack of it). They loved moonlit nights when a walk on Chelm’s muddy streets would not be as periculous as on the darkest nights …

Top Ten Tuesday -Places mentioned in the books that I would like to visit

I’m going to jump on the TTT wagon as recommended by  Ich lese . The original idea comes from Jana That Artsy Reader Girl who hosts these weekly challenges (see her blog for more info and upcoming topics). 1 Sicily of Andrea Camilleri and Palermo of Simonetta Hornby 2 Dublin of Tana French 3 Idaho from Rachel Gibson …

# Book Review #Crazy Cupid Love by Amanda Heger

Looking for a bit of light-hearted romantic reading? This month I chose a few books that seemed to cover the romance genre from different angles: a legal romance (I am a big fan of Julie James), a sports romance (yes, hockey again, there’s nothing wrong with that) and …a bit of Greek-mythology-meets-contemporary-world rom-com. And the …

The one who might be the One

Have you ever wondered why your life is such a mess and going nowhere, while your friends seem to have got it all together, living in beautiful houses with their wonderful children and hot and sexy and caring husbands? Meet Cat. A former stand-up comedian, she is funny, intelligent, efficient at work, reliable, and an …

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