I hope you all had a very busy week taking part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch! If not, it’s not too late as today is the last day. If you haven’t heard of this event before, it takes place every year in January and all you have to do is relax in your garden… Continue reading The Big Garden Birdwatch!
My Rating: Four out of five Yesterday, I sat down to start ‘Good Me Bad Me’ and ended up reading it in one sitting! This was mainly due to the writing style the author used, as it made me feel connected to the main character, Annie. The story is told solely from Annie’s perspective, as she pretends talks to her mother… Continue reading ‘Good Me Bad Me’ by Ali Land
My Rating: Three out of five ‘The Collector’ should have been the perfect book for me. I love reading books that explore the relationship between a hostage and their captor, but it includes a lot more than the blurb suggests. “Withdrawn, uneducated and unloved, Frederick collects butterflies and takes photographs. He is obsessed with a beautiful stranger,… Continue reading ‘The Collector’ by John Fowles
Sweet potato fries seem to be everywhere at the moment and I can see why! They are easy to prepare, healthier than normal chips and so tasty. Here is how I make them at home. Enjoy!. 1 hour Serves 2 Equipment: Oven Oven dish Potato peeler Knife Ingredients: 3x Large sweet potatoes Tbsp… Continue reading Sweet Potato Fries
My Rating: 3 out of 5 In every single crime book I have read I have made it my mission to try and figure out who the perpetrator is before the end of the book, but this book made me question every single character so much that in the end I didn’t bother trying to guess who… Continue reading ‘The Missing’ by C.L. Taylor
My Rating: 5 out of 5 I bought this book because I had finished what I was previously reading and had a long journey ahead of me, but I’m so glad that I picked it up, because once I did I couldn’t put it down. I love the way it is written as it… Continue reading ‘The Couple Next Door’ by Shari Lapena
For our first hike in the Lake District we decided we would climb Scafell Pike (the highest point in England) under the idea that we would “go big or go home”. In hindsight it probably wasn’t the best idea, as we had very little hiking experience between us and it was one of the hottest… Continue reading Lake District – Scafell Pike