Chronic Illness Lifestyle: How to go on Holiday when you’re Housebound

IntroductionMy social media has been filled with summer’s holiday plans. Many people with chronic illness find holidays exacerbate their symptoms, they require a lot of planning, and people are often limited in their choice of destination by their condition. But some illnesses are so life-limiting that they leave sufferers housebound. For these people, a holiday... Continue Reading →


Review: The July Girls by Phoebe Locke

My Review of #TheJulyGirls by @phoebe_locke It's a compelling summer sizzler with a great hook! thanks to @headlinepg @louiseswannell #mustread

Review: Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

I received a free ebook of Take it Back from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Take It Back by Kia Abdullah is published today by HQ an imprint of Harper Collins and available as ebook and hardback. Cover BlurbThe Victim: A sixteen-year-old girl with facial deformities, neglected by an alcoholic mother. Who accuses... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour: What You Did by Claire McGowan

Many thanks to Emma at damppebbles blog tours for my spot on the What You Did blog tour. What You Did by Claire McGowan is published tomorrow (1st August) by Thomas and Mercer in hardback, paperback, audio and ebook formats. Cover BlurbA vicious assault. A devastating accusation. Who should she trust, her husband or her... Continue Reading →

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