The first book I picked from the pile is Miss You. The reviews on the front swung it for me so I thought I’d give it a go. The story follows Tess and Gus, two individuals whose paths have crossed a number of times over the years, but they haven’t quite realised it. Both from very different backgrounds, the book follows each of their lives, following the ups and downs of going from teenagers to adults.
Over the last year or so, I’ve really been into watching YouTubers. I find myself turning to these vloggers for a review before buying anything these days showing that they have a great deal of influence over their viewers.
Apologies that it’s been a while since writing a review – I have been reading, I promise, but it seems that preparing for a new arrival takes up quite a bit of time (and energy!)
My lovely colleague Shelley recommended I gave this book a try. I liked the sound of it, especially considering how much I enjoyed reading The Girl on the Train earlier this year.
I picked up The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea a few months ago during a regular library trip. Why did I pick it up? To be honest, it was the front cover that sold it for me. It looked fun, girly and a bit of a light read. Exactly what I needed at the time!
“Whatever happens tomorrow, we had today; and I’ll always remember it.”
You know, you spend your whole life feeling like you don’t quite fit in anywhere. And then you walk into a room one day, whether it’s at university or an office or some kind of club, and you just go, ‘Ah. There they are.’ And suddenly you feel at home.