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Friday, 15 January 2021

How You Can Save Money When Buying a Car

A car is a big investment, usually costing thousands to purchase a good make and model. Such a large price tag just isn't doable for those who have a strict budget, and it can seem impossible to invest in a vehicle without putting yourself into debt or financial difficulties. However there are several brilliant tips and tricks that you can use to save money on your next car.  To find out more on how you can invest in a new vehicle without having to shell out a small fortune, then read on to find out what your best steps are.

Monday, 11 January 2021

Book Review: The Art of Dying by Ambrose Parry

The Art of Dying is my second review of 2021 and I'm delighted to say that 2021 books are well and truly off to a great start. I thoroughly enjoyed this historical murder mystery. My stop on the blog tour today is sharing my thoughts on this fantastic book.

Saturday, 9 January 2021

Book Review: First Day of My Life by Lisa Williamson

Every time I pick up a Lisa Williamson book I end up loving it. Each one always manages to be so different and so unexpected and First Day of My Life delivered this once again. I was super lucky to be gifted a copy from David Fickling Books and I'm bringing you more of my review as part of the blog tour. Read my full review to find out more about the First Day of My Life.

Sunday, 3 January 2021

Top Ten Reads of 2020

Here it is, my top ten reads of 2020. I read a total of 50 books last year which was so much better than 2019 when I think I read about 20 - my worst ever year for reading! My reading mojo was all over the place last year though, one minute I was whizzing through book after book and then towards the second half of the year I was in and out of reading slumps. I'm still finishing a read off from last year which is Kingdom of the Wicked and then I will be picking up my first 2021 read. I don't want to put any pressure on myself though,  as as soon as I do that, then all the enjoyment that reading brings, goes. I'll be doing a post about my January reads soon, but first lets look back at my favourite reads of 2020.

Monday, 30 November 2020

Laura Reviews: The Smallest Man by Frances Quinn

The Smallest Man caught my eye a little while ago, firstly by its beautiful cover and then it's intriguing story with it being inspired by a true tale. I of course was excited by the prospect of getting to read it early so jumped at the chance and I'm so glad I did as this may be one of my favourite reads of the year.

Read on for why this story made its way into my heart.