Author Interview with Olga Gibbs

As part of the Hallow Blog Tour, I have been given the opportunity to interview Olga Gibbs, author of The Celestial series. You can read my review of Heavenward and Hallow here. Olga Gibbs, the author of The Celestial Series, lives in West Sussex with her husband and two daughters. She has been writing since […]

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Saying Goodbye.

It’s been two months since my loss and I never actually planned on writing a blog post about it. I briefly mentioned it back in my Confronting My Anxiety post but this time I’d like to fully talk about it in the hope it helps my recovery to cry and write and express my thoughts […]

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Mother’s Day – Update and Monthly round-up

It’s March 31st! How have we already completed 3 months of the year? It seems unreal, it is also Mother’s Day and I’d love to take time to have a special shoutout to my amazing mother, who is the biggest supporter of my blog and always pushes me to carry on. Thank you mum, hope […]

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Camp Na No Wri Mo 2019 – InstaWriMo Challenge

I’m taking part in Camp NaNoWriMo this year and they set an Instagram Challenge of a photo a day for 31 days, I couldn’t really commit to posting on my Instagram for 31 consecutive days so I decided I’d make a blog post of it instead. The photo prompts are all about writing and this […]

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My reading Q&A

I realized the other day that I haven’t ever shared my reason behind why I read and some other book-related questions. So I compiled together what I thought would be the most interesting ones! When I started reading? I started reading in Primary School, by year 4 (8 years old), I was reading at a […]

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Confronting my feelings about Anxiety

So the other month I wrote a post about Mental Health, I’d like to elaborate more on the subject talking about Anxiety specifically. There are a lot of advice pages about anxiety, on the internet. Some of them are fantastic, but I feel like there are not very many first-hand experiences written about it online. […]

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Love You Dead by Peter James – Book Review

Here is my no-spoiler review of: Love You Dead by Peter James. (5/5 star rating) I don’t know why I’ve read so many detective books lately but this one didn’t disappoint! Click the picture to purchase your copy! (Affiliate) Detective Superintendent Roy Grace is back chasing another suspect down. Jodie Bentley, a serial black widow, […]

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Lee Weeks – Author Interview

Since my last book review on Cold Justice, I have had to opportunity to interview Lee Weeks herself. Lee Weeks is a Sunday Times Bestselling Author, born in Devon, she writes crime novels and has 2 series of detective books, Johnny Mann and Carter/Willis. First published in 2008 her books rose to critical acclaim. She […]

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How to stay Organised – Blogging Edition

I’ve been blogging for over a year now and during that time one of my ‘bad habits’ has become organising.  Obviously, I try to be as organised as I can, but of course, sometimes, it just doesn’t work. I have so many notebooks and diaries etc. I feel like it can be hard to find […]

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What can we learn from published authors?

If you follow my blog, you will know I love to interview authors one of the main reasons I enjoy doing this is to pick at their brains for knowledge. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be an author, so if you’re like me, wanting to get your own novel […]

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