Mental Health Spotlight: Bipolar Disorder

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This week’s mental health spotlight is by the lovely Cara, a mental health nurse and a vocal mental health advocate, who is discussing her diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Please show her some love and consider following Cara on her social media and blog, especially if you’re interested in more posts about mental health. -x- What mental […]

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Top 5 Classic Books I Want to Read

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If you read my latest wrap-up post, which you can find here if you haven’t, then you’ll know that I’ve recently finished The Great Gatsby – my first ever classic book. Yes, that’s right, my first ever. I never read any of them when I was in school. We didn’t have to since they weren’t […]

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The Colour of Shadows

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Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Saffron discovers a secret in the attic – a secret that changes both her past and her future… Having believed ten years ago that her mother had become ill and subsequently died, Saffron learns that her mother is, in fact, alive and well. Angry at the years of deceit from her father and step-mother, […]

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January Wrap-Up and February Goals

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January started off with a bang! I’ve had one of my best ever reading months and my best blogging month to date. In total, I managed to read seven books, which is one of the highest I’ve read in a month in so long, and I managed to publish eleven blog posts in January. Those posts were: December Wrap-Up […]

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Mental Health Spotlight: OCPD

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Today I’m bringing you a post about OCPD – Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder by James Keenan from Celtic Riverside. Until speaking to James, I had no idea that OCPD existed, so I was really keen to have him on board to share with you his experience of this to raise awareness of a disorder that is […]

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Slayer (Slayer #1)

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Synopsis: Into every generation a Slayer is born… Nina and her twin sister, Artemis, are far from normal. It’s hard to be when you grow up at the Watcher’s Academy, which is a bit different from your average boarding school. Here teens are trained as guides for Slayers – girls gifted with supernatural strength to fight […]

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Audiobooks: Reading or Not?

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This is somewhat controversial – do audiobooks count as ‘reading’ when you’re actually listening to a book rather than reading? My opinion: yes. HELL YES. I’ll shout it from the rooftops if I could do that without getting arrested for disturbing the peace or whatever. There’s been so much controversy over this on Twitter recently […]

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