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Friday, 22 June 2018

Blog Tour: For the Immortal by Emily Hauser

I have always had a side interest in Greek Mythology as it is always something that has fascinated me, so when Emily Hauser released her first book in The Golden Apple trilogy, For the Most Beautiful, an interest was sparked. Now on her final book For the Immortal, I am sad to see this trilogy come to an end.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

How to make your house a home

When I first moved into my place, I very quickly became overwhelmed by the amount of choice there was on how to decorate. I spent ages looking at Instagram, home magazines and Pinterest Boards trying to decide what I thought would work best for me. I ended up wanting to have about a million rooms so that I could decorate them in every style and look and feel. Also the photos I was looking at were of course amazing, but I knew that I was never going to get that exact look and feel as they had different sized rooms, walls, floors etc. Also as I have quickly realised that my home is never going to be 100% pristine all of the time, these looks are not always achievable and I have a LOT of stuff, whereas these images were all very minimalist. It made me realise that I need to put my own stamp on my home and add my own personal touches to make it mine. 

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Blog Tour: Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley

Loving all these stories set in space at the minute and Shattermoon is another book feeding my current space obsession.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Blog Tour: Missing Pieces by Laura Pearson

This book ripped my heart out and sowed it back together again just like it did the characters. This is a book to leave you speechless and reeling from what you have just read.

Friday, 15 June 2018

Making your home your haven

Your home should be a place where you look forward to coming home to each day as it's somewhere you can relax, feel safe and switch off a the end of the day. If your home doesn't currently make you feel like this, there are small ways that you can improve the space and I talk about a few of them below.