Downtime: Deliciousness at Home ~ Nadine Levy Redzepi

This cookbook is gorgeous. Each recipe has stunning photos to accompany it, leaving my mouth watering. However, there aren’t as many vegetarian recipes as I would like (beign a vegetarian myself). Many of the recipes call for specialty or fancy ingredients to make restaurant worthy dishes in your own kitchen. It sounds nice, but at

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The Vanishing Season by Joanna Schaffhausen (Review)

Sent to me by Titan Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 27/02/18 Publisher: Titan Books ISBN: 978-1785657139 Format: Paperback, 416pp Genre: Suspense/Crime Rating: 5/5 Summed up in a word: Tormenting First Impressions Titan Books support so many great thriller writers that it is hard to keep up with them all. I do……

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Motivation Monday – Tips For Dealing With A Reading Slump

Happy Monday morning to you all. It is harder to self-motivate on a Monday so I thought I would do all the hard-work for you and approach the very stubborn ailment that is a Reading Slump. I am going to share a few tips and tricks to overcome the crippling sense of Meh! that accompanies……

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Review: Summer and the City by Candace Bushnell

Summer and the City by Candace Bushnell Published by: Balzer + Bray Publication Date: April 26th 2011 Series: The Carrie Diaries, #2 Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance Format: Hardcover Pages: 409 Rating: Date Read: February 2018 Links: Goodreads | Booktopia | Book Depository Summer is a … Continue reading →</a

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Manga Review: Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode (Omnibus; Volume 1 & 2)

Tokyo Mew Mew by Mia Ikumi Published By: Kodansha Comics Publication Date: January 14th 2014 Genres: Manga, Shojo, Fantasy Pages: 416 Rating: Date Read: February 2018 Links: Goodreads THE MEW MEWS ARE BACK! Berry Shirayuki is a completely normal high school girl—until she’s hit … Continue reading →</a

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Book Review: The Queen of Blood (The Queens of Renthia, ) by Sarah Beth Durst (1/5 – DNF)

DNF. I could not get into this book. The concept was great, but the main character was flat, boring, and too Mary-Sue for me and whiny. She solved her problems too easily, problems that only she could figure out, because apparently all of her friends are stupid. There was way, way, WAY too much telling

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Review: Black Fatherhood: Trials & Tribulations, Testimony & Triumph

                    Synopsis: Fatherhood is one of the most challenging jobs in the world, and it becomes even tougher when one must combat harmful stereotypes. In his work, Khalid Akil White actively challenges the negative stereotype of the “Black Father.” White is both a father himself and

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REVIEW: Ready Player One

This term at university, I’m determined to maintain my out-of-university reading. The first book I’ve read this year completely detached from university is Ready Player One. Here’s what I thought! REVIEW: Ready Player One Ready Player One – Ernest Cline Amazon / Goodreads TITLE/COVER. I hadn’t heard about Ready Player One until I saw the

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Aftan Whispers by Phil Williams

In a dystopian city, a boy tries to help a girl on the run who may hold the key to changing the world. When naive young Tyler sees a girl fleeing slavers, he can’t resist trying to help her. She’s running from the authorities who want the results of her murdered master’s last experiment. They

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