New 2018 Sarah Scribble’s Collection! Herding Cats by Sarah Anderson

  Sarah’s first collection ‘Adulthood is a Myth’ really spoke to me in a relatable comedic way. Anderson is not only completely hilarious but also talented at putting all those funny everyday moments onto the page. Each page is funny and it’s easy to flick through all at once or to take it a page a day. From this foundation, she has proved that people … Continue reading New 2018 Sarah Scribble’s Collection! Herding Cats by Sarah Anderson

SEO Tips #2 Responsive Designs

This is the second instalment of my new ten-part SEO tips for beginners series. Find part one here. Responsive, mobile-friendly designs are key to listing highly in SERP (Search Engine Results Pages). Search engines use a multitude of factors to decide how high to place your site in web search results. The algorithms they use are getting smarter and more complex over time, to such a point … Continue reading SEO Tips #2 Responsive Designs

Anthology imitations of Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey

Now, I am a huge fan of Milk and Honey, but for me, no-one does the controversially honest style as well as Rupi Kaur. Recently I have read a few other anthologies recommended to me as similar in terms of style and content but none have really reached the bar set. The Last Time I’ll Write About You by Dawn Lanuza I had high hopes … Continue reading Anthology imitations of Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey

The Social Media Race – Crowdfire vs. Hootsuite vs. Kereru Media

Every blogger encounters social media at some point during their travels. I also encountered Crowdfire. Crowdfire’s claim is that it is an application capable of promoting and engaging your audience on both a blog and social media. I previously tweeted my dissatisfaction at the new layout and the fact that more and more of the Crowdfire’s functions are becoming premium features. So I wanted to … Continue reading The Social Media Race – Crowdfire vs. Hootsuite vs. Kereru Media

Fragments of Femininity by Olivier Pont

    A collection of complex yet delicately woven stories. Some intimate moments I never expected as well as some truly dark points. I connected with the characters, yet still felt they were mysterious. There are no obvious answers and only the author knows the full story of what each character was going through. There were some stories such as Elikya, Mathilde and Fleur’s stories … Continue reading Fragments of Femininity by Olivier Pont

Printable Bookmark Recommendations Collaborative Project!

These free printable bookmarks were a collaborative project by your book blogging community. They’re perfect little snippets for people interested in exploring new topics outside their usual bookshelves, or for more experienced readers to get more out of a genre they love. If you see a title you recognize, there’s a blogger that would love to talk to you about it. If you see titles … Continue reading Printable Bookmark Recommendations Collaborative Project!

The Underground Railroad – Colson Whitehead

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in April 2017 and of the National Book Award, Colson Whitehead’s phenomenal race-centered novel has also been announced long-listed for the Booker Prize 2017. Underground Railroad is everything. It is the secret to a new identity and life for slave girl Cora, as well as her past, present and future. Born and raised in a cotton farm in Georgia, Cora … Continue reading The Underground Railroad – Colson Whitehead

Happy Lippy Book Club: Heathen Vol. 1 – Natasha Alterici & Rachel Deering

Publication Date: 8thAugust 2017   Heathen is not only the first breath-taking leap into a Nordic fantasy world, but also a story of acceptance, courage and passion. The art is stunning and reckless. I love how free and unique both the art style and the story are. Aydis is a strong and fearless warrior, cast out of her village for kissing another girl. Throughout her … Continue reading Happy Lippy Book Club: Heathen Vol. 1 – Natasha Alterici & Rachel Deering