Being Unapologetic // Book Review

NEW RELEASE…. Are you tired of hiding who you are and what you believe? Are you ready to be your true self and shine for all the world to see? Do you want to unleash your X factor as an influential speaker and leader to positively impact others? Whether you’re ready or not to be unapologetic about who you are, this book will give you the confidence and know-how to do so. Davide Di Giorgio knows what it’s like to hide your true identity. He spent years repressing the truth that he was gay. But one day he found the… View Post

Into The Woods // Book Review

  Into the Woods is the title and theme for this assortment of short stories, poems, essays, music, and one walking meditation. Each piece is unique in tone and genre and the result is that the collection captures the fascinating, frightening, fun, healing, and fantastical wonder of time spent in the woods. Most importantly the twenty-six contributors who attended Mindful Writers Retreats in the mountains of Ligonier, Pennsylvania, are donating one hundred percent of the proceeds to support the research and work of The Children’s Heart Foundation.   Available at….   Barnes and Noble   Kobo   iBooks   Paperback  Into The… View Post

Honour // Book Review

Recently I was given the opportunity to review Honor by Elif Shafak. Ever since I was little I have loved reading. I love reading all Genres, I love getting lost in the story I am reading and I have rarely came across a book I did not like. I was very much looking forward to reading Honour.     The back of the book states: ‘My Mother died twice. I promised myself I would not let her story be forgotten….’ ‘Pembe and Adem Toprak leave Turkey for London. There they make new lives for their family. Yet the traditions and… View Post

The Mummyfesto // Book Review

I was kindly sent a free copy of The Mummyfesto by Linda Green to read and review. The Mummyfesto   The Mummyfesto focuses on three working Mums, who campaign to save the local school’s lollipop lady from redundancy after the Council prioritise other items on their agenda over the importance of a Child’s safety. After they win their battle and the lollipop lady gets to keep her job. The three Mums: Sam, Anna and Jackie sit round Sam’s table at number 10 Fountain Street and form the ‘Lollipop Party’ Planning to stand for election and take on the Government, fighting… View Post