Into the Water, is the second novel by Paula Hawkins, after her successful Girl On the Train. Another psychological suspense thriller. When your first novel is that good, it's always going to be difficult to top. I absolutely loved Girl On the Train, although admittedly haven't seen the film. I had high hopes for Paula's
If you watched this years Superbowl, you will have seen the advert, featuring a woman in a red coat, followed by 2 minutes of wait, what. Well as most series and films go, it's based on a book. Margaret Atwood's iconic, The Handmaid's Tale. Interestingly, the book was written over 30 years ago. I loved
Excuse the amount of running and reading posts of late. It's a pretty accurate description to what I have been doing. Coupled with a lingering cough, I have got through a fair few books! Including Scrappy Little Nobody, which was the perfect read for a day where I had no energy. I found myself laughing
To Infinity and Beyond, otherwise known as one of my personal favourite phrases. I've mentioned before, I like Buzz Lightyear/Toy Story a lot. Like a lot. To Pixar and Beyond, by Lawrency Levy explains how he was involved in the transformation of Pixar, losing Steve Jobs money to making him a billionaire. If Creativity Inc, is
The Confidence Code is a brilliant book written by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman. Discussing what confidence is and how to "find" it. This year I am really enjoying self-help/motivational books. A few years ago when I finished university, I relished in the idea of never having to learn again. Oh how wrong I was.