The Red Ribbon by “Lucy Adlington” – GIVEAWAY

I have always had a soft spot for historical fiction, and the further from reality the better.  So why choose “The Red Ribbon” then you might ask, as it might be too close a historical painful recent past. Well, The World Of Fashion and all the “glitz and glamour” association that comes with it would…

Book Review: “They Both Die At The End” by Adam Silvera

At first, I could not tell whether the story was set into the near future or in a very similar parallel world to ours with only a few minute differences until very far in the book.  It turns out that it is set in 2017 and that the only thing we managed to crack about…

My stop on the “Things a Bright Girl Can Do” blog tour!

Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on this fantastic tour. Today Sally Nicholls share with us her farvourites “Suffragettes”! Enjoy! Evelyn Sharp Journalist, children’s author, pacifist, militant Suffragette and aid worker. How do I love thee, Evelyn Sharp? Let me count the ways. In the days when ‘female journalist’ meant agony aunt and knitting…