Review on ‘The Midnight Library’ by Matt Haig

I’ve just finished this book and it was honestly so beautiful. The way that Matt Haig writes this makes it so relatable, I think to most readers! It’s an easy read and I just couldn’t put it down. There are so many powerful quotes and messages scattered throughout this book, so much so that IContinue reading “Review on ‘The Midnight Library’ by Matt Haig”

Recipe for risotto

Ingredients Risotto rice (arborio rice) Half a white onion 1 tbsp of butter One stock cube (whichever flavour you prefer, I normally use chicken) A cup of white wine Juice of one lemon Dried or fresh oregano Peas (optional) Trout (optional) Chilli (optional) Spring onion (optional) Method Heat the butter in a pan and fryContinue reading “Recipe for risotto”

Review of ‘Shades of Secrets: Behind the Wall’ by Harris Kloe

This is a review that was requested by the author via my site, I’m always more than happy to read books from new and upcoming authors and offer any help I can in the form of feedback or reviews! This is a short suspense story that is available on Amazon from the 6th of JuneContinue reading “Review of ‘Shades of Secrets: Behind the Wall’ by Harris Kloe”

Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne

I read this novel a few years ago as a friend had recommended it and I loved it that much I decided to write my A Level English coursework around it. It’s a classic novel that is definitely a part of my ‘must read’ list! It’s a romance novel with an historical twist as itContinue reading “Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne”

Trip to Rome (2017)

Rome has got to be one of the best cities that I’ve visited and I’d love to go back there one day! We went in the September and it was really warm and sunny, we did tonnes of sight seeing and walking but still didn’t manage to see everything to city has to offer! MyContinue reading “Trip to Rome (2017)”

Recipe for Singapore noodles

Ingredients (feeds two) Two nests of dried noodles Vegetable oil One onion One pepper Two spring onions One small carrot Two cloves of garlic One tbsp of curry powder two eggs A splash of light soy sauce Sugar Method Cook the noodles according to the packet (usually by boiling) and leave to one side. ChopContinue reading “Recipe for Singapore noodles”

Review of ‘Cold Wallet’ by Rosy Fenwicke

This is a direct submission via my Reedsy Discovery reviewer page. I love reading books from new and upcoming authors, being able to offer a little bit of support and feedback to authors is something that I’m always really pleased to do! I’ve discovered so many amazing books that I probably wouldn’t have come acrossContinue reading “Review of ‘Cold Wallet’ by Rosy Fenwicke”

Recipe for the viral Tik Tok pasta

If you use Tik Tok you’ll have definitely seen this pasta on so many peoples pages! It’s a really easy recipe and you can add/alter it in so many different ways but here is the base of it! I’ll add a little note at the end with ideas to pimp your pasta up! Ingredients RigatoniContinue reading “Recipe for the viral Tik Tok pasta”

Review of ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn

This is the second Gillian Flynn novel that I’ve read, and again, I absolutely loved it. Gillian Flynn is definitely the queen of plot twists! I love her style of writing, the ways in which she uses a non-linear timeline really make you want to read more, she can really draw her readers in. It’sContinue reading “Review of ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn”

Recipe for Bakewell tarts

Ingredients 200g plain flour 100g butter + 120g butter for filling 120g caster sugar 1 egg 100g ground almonds 90g cherry jam 200g icing sugar 12 glacé cherries Method Dice 100g of butter and add to a bowl with 200g of plain flour. Rub together with the tips of your fingers until the mixture formsContinue reading “Recipe for Bakewell tarts”