Greg Whyte is the mad scientist behind all the Comic Relief/Sport Relief. But not as you would expect. He is an ultra-sports guy, from marathons to bike rides to swims he does it all. Behind every celebrity challenge, Greg is literally there, through the blood, sweat and tears and whatever obstacle the challenge faces. For
A classic spring break murder mystery, admittedly a cliche of a theme but a perfect beach read. Whilst the book is slightly junior, in the Young Adult genre, I did enjoy being able to loose myself in this book. Yet again though, a book which jumps from pre and post murder, with the same narrator. The
An intriguing story that I found on the Kindle Store at only 99p! The problem with being an avid reader is the constant cost implications of buying new books, and with it all being click-click-downloaded, I never hand my card over so seem to spend more! This is my first read by Andy Jones and
Everyone has one piece of childhood clothing that they can vividly remember. Mine was embarrassingly a sunflower dress which matched one of my barbie dolls. No I am not kidding. In this book, unsurprisingly Caramel's mother Beth remembers her road coat. I loved this book, I just wanted to know what actually happened to Caramel.
Jimmy Choo is one of those instantly recognisable brands, from pop culture references in Sex and The City to the shoes being worn on the red carpet, to perfumes in all the department stores there is no escaping Choos! Tamara Mellon infamously started the brand in the 90s and faced an ongoing roller-coaster throughout her