Week Three: Chelsea Buns

Week three in the tent and it’s the dreaded bread week. This week the bakers have to make a tear and share bread, a technical burger and burger bun challenge and a showstopper loaf (or two or three) featuring some complex designs used by cutting the skin of the loafs. Safe to say there were…

#BlogTour – The Essence of Evil by Rob Sinclair

Firstly I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Tracy Fenton, Canelo and Hera for allowing me to be a part of the book tour! Blurb He’s your attacker.  He’s a murderer. He’s your twin.  When D.I Dani Stephens returns to work after the attack that almost ended her life, she’s quickly plunged into a…

Week Two: Fig Rolls

Week two, brought us biscuit week. From chocolate bars, fig rolls and a biscuit sculpture showstopper it was an epic week. Have to say I am so so so impressed with the creativity this year. Not sure if it’s me but it seems like they have upped their game from last year and I’m enjoying…

Week One: Fruit Cake

I actually can’t believe that we are at that time of year when bake off is back. Don’t get me wrong, I love this time of year as it means I spend more time in the kitchen baking along with the show but still how fast is this year going? Anyway, week one in the…

#BookTour Meet me on the Riviera by Fliss Chester

Huge thanks to Tracy Fenton for giving me the opportunity to be on this book tour! Blurb Jet down to the Côte d’Azur for a Riviera romance… It’s a summer of millionaires, martinis and mega-yachts as Jenna Jenkins starts her new job as a party planner in glamorous Monte Carlo. And while the champagne flows…

The Perfect Betrayal by Lauren North

I love a debut novel, that feeling of finding a fab author whilst they are in the process of being discovered is like none other. Massive shoutout to Ali @TheSundayFeeling who lent me her copy of this book to read. Ali and I have been best friends for a number of years now and she…

A Village Affair by Julie Houston

I feel like I want to start this post of with a bit of a story, you see in April I went to McDonalds and won a prize with the code from Amazon books! I got to choose between 2 months of free prime unlimited books or 3 books. For some reason (no idea why)…

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Ok wow, this book. I feel like I want to start by saying that this is not normally something I would read, I guess thats because as most of us do we stick to what we know. But this book was so powerful. It opened my eyes to the horror that went on in the…

The Taking of Annie Thorne by C.J.Tudor

Ok, so I have been wanting to read this book for a while now. I read C.J.Tudor’s first book, The Chalk Man around this time last year and really enjoyed it, just life and other reads got in the way. Then, earlier this month I was lucky enough to be invited along to C.L.Taylor’s book…

#BookTour Sleep by C.L.Taylor

Oh Cally, I was so thrilled when you invited me to be a part of your book tour for your newest book, Sleep. If you follow me then you know how Cally is one of my favourite authors. I have been lucky enough to meet her twice and honestly can’t get enough of her work,…

The Woman in the Window by A.J.Finn

REVIEW: The Woman in the Window by A.J.Finn “Overall I enjoyed this book and it’s a great debut novel from an upcoming author” #Bookreview

#BookTour The Passengers by John Marrs

Welcome to a special birthday blog post for me, a blog tour for one of my favourite author’s John Marrs. Thanks so much to Tracy at Compulsive Readers(@Tr4cyF3nt0n) and John Marrs for welcoming me on the tour and for gifting me the book to read. As usual when I get bought, purchase or sent a…