I’m actually re-reading this again (12th time as of 26th August 2016). That’s how much I love this book.
From the blurb:
‘How did it end up like this? 446 more words
Is it just me or does anyone else hate saying chick lit? I find it so patronising. It annoys me how people tend to look down on chick lit (ugh) as something silly, as whenever I’m trying to get out of a reading slump or am in a bad mood I always find myself going for a book from this genre. 876 more words
This has been sitting on my bookshelf for years and years. I had originally picked it out because the cover was so pretty! After I finished A Night in With Audrey Hepburn, I became re-obsessed with the chick lit genre and I had been meaning to get to this again, so what better book to get to next? 492 more words
Hiya! I feel like this book became a kind of semi cult favourite when it was released. I heard so much about it last year that I actually downloaded it onto my kindle, but then I just never read it (#moneywellspent) I also thought it was about identity theft (like that episode of friends where Monica meets that woman pretending to be her and then befriends her…that kind of vibe). 315 more words
Another Walsh family drama, this one a clever mix of light-and-airy with dark-and-scary, in discovering Helen Walsh’s Shovel List, dislike of small talk and battle with recurring chronic depression. 423 more words