An insight into my week-long holiday to the Greek island of Corfu, inspired by the Durrell's! A close destination for some sun away from the UK, and a great value getaway
#LizzieReads This is a story which raises awareness in a comforting way so everyone can understand that: Women don’t have to have children Women don’t have to want children It is a beautifully written, considerate novel which I believe is a depiction of Gannon’s experience of maybe not wanting to have children and telling it [...]
A fun, witty, brilliantly written memoir by Sunday Times columnist and bestseller Dolly Alderton, who shares her experiences and what she knows about love, revealing her mistakes so you don't do the same.
An incredible read! I'm not a science-y person at all, but this is for sure one of the best books I've read in a long time. It almost reads like a thriller and is perfect for covering every nook and cranny of the vaccine combating covid19, clearing up some of the myths along the way
A confusing read as a new black girl enters the publishing house, Wagner Books, the moody, but talented, Nella is working at. Coincidentally, she starts receiving notes to leave Wagner... does said black girl have an ulterior motive?
#LizzieReads As Diana Evans encapsulates in her novel, Ordinary People, it turns out we are all just that; ordinary. We all have problems, ups, downs and miracles, high highs and low lows – yes people may be famous or very poor, but we still remain, humanly ordinary. I’m really glad I read this book, as [...]
I'm not a fan of self-help books, but this is by far one of the best and most realistic I've read so far!