Category: Biography

Devon and Hell by Karen Wheeler

Devon and Hell Four Seasons by the Sea by Karen Wheeler Today I am so pleased to be starting the blog tour for  Devon and Hell by Karen Wheeler. Thank you to Random Things Tours and the author for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly.   After eight years of living…

Hard Pushed, A Midwife’s Story- Leah Hazard

Hard Pushed

Hard Pushed, A Midwife’s Story by Leah Hazard Today I am reviewing Hard Pushed by Leah Hazard, A Midwife’s Story. Thank you to Hutchinson Books for a copy of the book which I have reviewed honestly. Description You haven’t slept for twenty hours, haven’t eaten for ten, and you’re in charge of twenty heavily pregnant…

Stable Lass by Gemma Hogg (Book Review)

Stable Lass Tales from a Yorkshire Racing Yard by Gemma Hogg Being a stable lass is probably one of the hardest jobs in the country, and yet for Gemma Hogg, it is the most rewarding. She works in the beautiful Yorkshire market town of Middleham and if her colleagues are occasionally challenging, then the horses…

Unnatural Causes by Dr. Richard Shepherd (Book Review)

Unnatural Causes by Dr. Richard Shepherd Today I am thrilled to share my book review of Unnatural Causes by Dr. Richard Shepherd. Thank you to NetGalley for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly. Product Link Description ‘Heart-wrenchingly honest’ Professor Sue Black, author of All That Remains ‘One of the most fascinating books I have…

How Not To Be A Boy by Robert Webb (Book Review)

How Not To Be A Boy

How Not To Be A Boy Robert Webb THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERRULES FOR BEING A MAN Don’t Cry; Love Sport; Play Rough; Drink Beer; Don’t Talk About Feelings But Robert Webb has been wondering for some time now: are those rules actually any use? To anyone? Looking back over his life, from schoolboy crushes (on girls and boys) to discovering…

Thinking Out Loud by Rio Ferdinand, Book Review

Thinking Out Loud

Thinking Out Loud  Rio Ferdinand THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER ‘A lacerating account … painful but necessary’ EVENING STANDARD ‘Beautiful & significant … Tackles grief with honesty’ DAWN FRENCH ‘Very important and moving book’ ALASTAIR CAMPBELL ‘A searingly honest book. So much of Rio’s emotional turmoil and deep loss resonated with me. At the same time I loved his…