Hey all! Yes I am back with a new review. It has been a while. During the summer months I just wasn't interested in reading, and so I took a break.
However having got my reading mojo back I read the book #bridgetjonesmadabouttheboy by Helen Fielding and I really enjoyed it. It was so what I needed to get myself back into reading again.
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It is about Bridget Jones who now has two children, Billie and Mabel with Mark Darcy who sadly gets killed and is desperate to have some loving again, and for a bit is seeing a toy boy, but does it last? Does she fall for someone else?
I will let you find out, as it's worth the suspense. So funny and witty and I bloody enjoyed every bit of it from start to finish.
Definitely one for the colder days and nights.
I give it 10 out of 10.
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Want to buy this book to read also and to keep, as really good book. I listened to it on Audible, and really interesting. Helps with dealing with anxiety and changing everyday life, counting 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Would give it a 10 out of 10.
The $1000 Project An Easy Guide to mindful saving and financial Wellbeing.
This is a really good book teaches you about taking more care of your money and how to generate more cash flow and create an abundance with money.
It explains about how to budget and how to cut back on your spending.
If you are interested in saving money and generate more income then this is the book for you.
I give this book 10/10
"You can change your life- easy steps to getting what you want" by Rob Yeung, is a really good book to help towards changing your life.
There are some exercises to try, for example working on creating new habits, by focusing on one habit at a time that you wish to change.
I disagreed about what he says about visualization about it doesn't work, as I think it does, it certainly has helped me, but I thought most the book I was really interesting. It is good to read from another person perception even if there are areas you find you don't agree with.
I give book 8 out of 10.
I listen to this book called Entrepreneur: Anthony Robbins: 7 Life Changing Lessons.
He talks about how he reads everyday and the benefits of doing so, setting goals and habits that will change your life and about how he prays everyday and his beliefs as a entrepreneur.
I really brilliant read and great one to add to my list.
Will give it 9 out 10.
Brilliant book I listened to on Audible.com Awaken The Giant Within, How to Take Immediate Control of your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny.
I have read this book too, but wanted to listen to it aswell, and it really awakens the mind, to changing your beliefs and setting goals, and how to reach and live those goals.
Brilliant book written by Anthony Robbins. I give 10 out of 10.
Wild by Cheryl Strayed.
Tells her story of walking the PCT and what lead her decision to walk the PCT.
She had lost everything her mother to cancer, her family had grown apart and got divorced from her husband Paul.
This is a brilliant story and would love to see the film, staring Reese Witherspoon.
I give the book 10 out of 10.
Hi and welcome to my Spring Book Review, sorry it has been a while since posting a review. I did read a Christmas book since my last review, but felt it was too late to write a review on it so skipped a review.
The book I read was called, Memoirs Of An Imaginary Friend, by Matthew Green.
It is based on an an imaginary friend called Budo, whom is Max's imaginary friend, and tries to protect him from being bullied at school and is basically the only friend Max really has, as he is a bit of a loner and doesn't mix with the other kids and won't do activities like the other kids at school does, or behaves the same. Max lives in his own little bubble and the only person who really knows him is Budo. Max disappears whilst meeting one of the teaches outside of school and Budo goes to try and save him, to bring him back home, but he has to find him first.
This was a really clever book as it is written by the imaginary friend point of view rather than from a real person and really tells the story of his real friend Max and of himself. It really is a well written book and definately be in my top ten favourite books I have read. I would give the book 10 out of 10.
Brilliantly written book by Fiona Neill, based on a stay at home mum called, Lucy, who has three children, and documents her life as a busy stay at home, and has a secret crush on another dad, which at first is all in her mind, until her dreams and fantasy nearly come into reality. She gets into all sorts of trouble but manages to get herself out of trouble too.
Loved this book. If you like a great chick flick kind of book then this is a great read, why not choose this for the winter months and Christmas.
I give 9 out 10.
I read this book quite quickly very easy to read, it is about set of children when the second World War landed in England, and aimed for the South Coast, Brighton, were left behind as they missed the last train out of Brighton to London, to be with their families, so they had to defend for themselves, but they soon realise they aren't alone after all and some other children get left behind too.
Good read, not my favourite book I have read based on the Second World War but still glad I read it.
I would give it a 8 out of 10.
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