AD – gifted for review. I was provided with a copy of Clipped Wings for the purpose of this review. As always though, all thoughs and opinions are my own. As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, I thought this would be a good time share Clipped Wings by Jennifer Gilmour with you. Filled to bursting with horrific recolletions of domestic abuse, but also true stories of survival. You won’t help but be inspired.
I came across this book through a few other blogs first with the Introverted Book Nerd and then again with the Boston Book Reader and loved the sound of it. A quick search revealed it was on sale so I ordered it immediately. I was in the middle of another book at the time but was itching to get started. I don’t know why but something really appealed to me about Final Girls. And seeing as it’s been a while since I read a… Keep Reading
This is one of my bargain books that I managed to pick up on a charity stall for 20p…..yep, bargain! I love a good sci-fi book and although I thought my YA literature days were long behind me, I liked the sound of this one so thought I would give it a go. A week later and I have to admit that I really enjoyed it! THE BLURB To the outside world Ember Hill is an ordinary girl, but Ember… Keep Reading
It’s been a good month for books and it’s great to get back into the rhythm of reading again. I’m doing well on my reading challenge for 2017, but there have been a lot of heavy topics in the books I’ve been reading through recently. So, when Benediction by Kelly Moran made it’s well into my inbox, I was more than happy to get on board and enjoy a little bit of romance and passion! THE BLURB As a child,… Keep Reading
If you’ve been following my #LittleLoves posts over the past few weeks, you’ll know I’ve been working my way through Promised Lies by Marguerite Ashton. Read on for my book review!