Creativity, Family, Self

“Maddaddam” by Margaret Attwood and the first three Harry Potter novels: books 5-8 on my #readingchallenge

As you may or may not know the Crawshaw family has been away in France for two weeks and therefore I have been unable to keep up with my posts so here is a catch up post for my reading challenge! Whilst on holiday I managed to get through "Maddaddam" and we all listened to… Continue reading “Maddaddam” by Margaret Attwood and the first three Harry Potter novels: books 5-8 on my #readingchallenge

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Creativity, Self

Hag-seed by Margaret Atwood #ReadingChallenge book 3

Hello everyone, here we are at book three of my reading challenge. This week I read "Hag-seed" by Margaret Atwood. One of my favourite books in the world is "The Handmaids Tale" by Margaret Atwood, I studied it for my GCSE English Literature class and it was the "handmaids Tale" that made me begin to… Continue reading Hag-seed by Margaret Atwood #ReadingChallenge book 3

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Wildwood #readingchallenge

Welcome to Book two of my reading challenge, where I aim to read a book a week (that's 26 books) by New year 2018. This weeks book was "Wildwood" by Colin Meloy, the first is a trilogy of children's books (aimed at 9-11 year olds). Based in Portland- a place I'd love to visit, and… Continue reading Wildwood #readingchallenge

Cystic Fibrosis, Family

Recommended read! “A Song for Tomorrow” #cysticfibrosis #alicemartineau #alicepeterson

I have gotten back into reading fiction books recently. I've dipped in and out of fiction books for the past few years, but have mainly been engrossed in non fiction. Somehow this month I'm now on my fourth fiction book, this may not seem a lot to some of you, I know before I had… Continue reading Recommended read! “A Song for Tomorrow” #cysticfibrosis #alicemartineau #alicepeterson

Creativity, Cystic Fibrosis, Self

The GoldFinch and Diary of a children’s hospital

I have just finished reading "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt. Robin got it me for Christmas and it has taken me up til now to finish it! That's what happens when you have a little one to look after, I used to be able to read a book in a week, now it takes me… Continue reading The GoldFinch and Diary of a children’s hospital