This week I uploaded episode 5 of Not Before Coffee! In it I had the opportunity to interview an author about her second book on its release date.
I have been working on it for months (it feels like years), but finally, I have uploaded the first few episodes of my podcast and I would love to share them with you.
Social media can be reallly helpful, and over the last few months has been a great way to connect. But what do you get when you combine an unexplained block and a person with abandonment issues?
What have I been up to in the last few months? Well, apart from the same thing that everyone else has been doing and staying stuck at home and safe? I've been looking at improving my podcast...and I think I've nearly done it!
If You Could Go Anywhere was the Paige Toon for 2019 and though it took me a year to pick it up I don't regret it. A wonderfully-written 100% enjoyable story that wrings out every single emotion in the reader.
For a book that I had on my Kindle for years (honestly), this was a surprise read. I really enjoyed it and I hope that this post as well as my podcast will show why this is a book that is worth a try.
Everyone has a favourite romantic trope - whether it's enemies-to-lovers, secret relationships or forbidden love. Mine just happens to be Rockstars. Yep, moody, broody, talented and often tormented. Let me tell you why...
Age Sex Location is the first novel by American ex-pat Melissa Pimentel. A book about dating in London in the 2010s in a time of dating apps and how maybe experimenting with guides is probably not the best move...
My review of the sixth book in Lynsay Sands' Argeneau series, Bite Me If You Can. The story of the enigmatic and stubborn Lucien and his incredibly independent life-mate Leigh.
Hello evenings floating in a pool, heading home smelling of chlorine (which I love the smell of, strangely) and enjoying the only exercise I truly find helpful to my mental state.