By Charlie Mackesy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Simple, meaningful and gentle, yet strikes right at what makes us human. Everyone should read this beautiful book. You’re age is irrelevant this is for everyone. It’s also a beautiful work of art to add to your bookshelf. It’s a hug in a book. You’re worth it.
9th January 2022. Time to celebrate. Today is word nerd day, a perfect day to encourage writers and bloggers to learn a few new or revive a few old words. The history of this day has been shamelessly stolen from the National Day page. Humans have communicated since we first walked on Earth, though our […]
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Hallow Man by Paul Devine. As you will have seen if you follow my blog, I did a post on this book when it was released. But now its my chance to let you know what I really thought of the book. I was intrigued by the blurb for this novel and it […]
4 out of 5 stars. Find Them Dead by Peter James. This was a nice easy read, exactly what I expect from Peter James. Good characters, good storyline and a relaxing read. If you like courtroom based books then you’ll enjoy this, if you don’t, well, maybe give this one a miss. It’s the 16th […]
5* – a beautiful read. Poetry Paints A Thousand Pictures by Sam Mostyn. “To spell a word is to cast a spell. Imagine the story you wish to tell. Speak the word and watch it swell. This was my introduction to this lovely read. It contains 33 poems which will take you through a myriad […]
I think it’s day 3, could be day 33 the way it feels. Surreal and very quiet. But still here we all are and I’ve taken to a little topical survival reading. I hope you’re all keeping well and staying safe. So, Stephen King I must thank you for giving us a handbook for this. […]
Stolen from a friend but too good not to share.
4.8/5 kingy’s back on form. The Instiute – Stephen King. Absolutely loved this book. It’s been a while since I read a Stephen King book that has been this good. I would absolutely recommend it. Ever wonder what happens to all of those missing kids around the world, this is your answer. We meet Luke […]
This should put me back on track… just what I need, a new Kingy novel…