The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson

★★★★★

Pages: 210   Published: 2016 by Harper Collins   Genre: Non-Fiction, Self-help, Humor

Blurb:

“A Counterintuitive approach to living a good life. In this generation-defining self-help guide, a superstar blogger shows us that the key to being happier is to stop trying to be “positive” all the time and instead to become better at handling adversity.” Continue reading “The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson”

Recommended Reads: Winter 2017

With the temperature dropping down into the minus numbers, in Britain anyway, there’s no better excuse to stay inside, wrapped in a big fluffy blanket with a mug of hot chocolate, tea or coffee and read. So now that the Christmas countdown has officially begun I am going to share my Recommended Reads for this Winter.

1). Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie (Review) – A great bit of classic fireside crime, now with the movie out, why not read the origional.

2). All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (Review) – This book will change your life so read it before the year is out so you can start the new year with a brand new perspective on things.

3). The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson – Another book to change your perspective with the humor added in, it’s no ordinary selp-helf book.

4). Killing Floor (Jack Reacher 1) by Lee Child (Review) – I will never not promote this book, it is amazing and a great place to start when looking for new Thrillers to read.

5). Don’t You Cry by Mary Kubica (Review) – A book that I definetly want to re-read and I think any YA/Thriller fans would love this one, really clever and so well written.

Not Dead Yet by Peter James

★★★★★

Pages: 529   Published: 2012   Genre: Crime, Detective

Blurb:

“For LA producer Larry Brooker, this is the movie that could bring the fortune that has so long eluded him. For rock superstar Gaia, desperate to be taken seriously as an actor, this is the role that could get her an Oscar nomination. For Brighton and Hove, the publicity value of a major Hollywood movie being filmed on location, about the city’s greatest love story – between King George IV and Maria Fitzherbert – is incalculable. For Detective superintendent Roy Grace of Sussex CID, it is a nightmare unfolding in front of his eyes. An obsessed stalker is after Gaia. One attempt on her life is made days before she leaves her Bel Air home to fly to Brighton. Now, he has been warned, the stalker may be at large in his city, waiting, watching, planning.” Continue reading “Not Dead Yet by Peter James”