Superwoman is alive and well and strutting around in her stilettos, sabotaging our right to an imperfect life. She is feeding our insecurities, she is damaging our self-belief, she is sabotaging our businesses, our careers and our relationships and she is NOT a great life model to pass on to our daughters. She is what … More Book #7: Superwoman (her sell by date has expired) – Jane Kenyon
I’ve seen the billboards advertising the Big Little Lies HBO series, and confess I’d never realised it was once upon a time a book. I’d never even heard of Liane Moriarty, but it turns out she’s quite the author! This is totally the type of book I’d read on holiday, and even at 460 pages … More Book # 6: Big Little Lies – Liane Moriarty
Rather than stumbling blindly in to my next read, I decided to ask my friends on Facebook for their recommendations. I was impressed with how many came pouring in, and it was impossible to choose which one to go with first. Deciding to go through the list in order I opted for The Returning Tide … More Book #5: The Returning Tide – Liz Fenwick
As always, life got in the way for a bit and I’ve just realised it’s a while since I last read anything. So much for keeping on track with a book every four days. However, determined to get back in to it I downloaded The Keeper of Lost Things and honestly, I was blown away! … More Book #4: The Keep of Lost Things – Ruth Hogan
For years I have been talking about writing a book. It’s one of those things that sits at the back of my mind, near constantly, but I do nothing about. Every year it goes on to my resolution list for that year, and come 31st December I kick myself for not actually starting the blood … More 70,000 words at last!
Whilst I am definitely enjoying Archer’s Clifton Chronicles, I decided to take a break from the family-based saga for my book #3. A quick flick through Kobo online and I discovered author Robert Bryndza. I confess I’d never heard of him before, which is actually what interested me. The whole point of trying to read … More Book #3: The Girl In The Ice – Robert Bryndza
Here we are after a mere four days, and I have managed to dash through another book. It’s perhaps no coincidence that it’s a Jeffrey Archer – he’s just so easy to read! I have to confess I preferred The Sins of the Father over Time Will Tell, and really enjoued how fast-paced the story … More Book #2: The Sins of the Father – Jeffrey Archer
Today I finished reading the first of the Clifton Chronicles, Only Time Will Tell by Jeffrey Archer. Whilst I was initially put off by the sheer size of this family-based saga, I confess I chose it as my first in this challenge because I adore Archer. Having read Kane and Abel some years ago I … More Book #1: Only Time Will Tell – Jeffrey Archer