Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Holiday Reads, Your recommendations needed :)

Hi Ladies,

I am going on holiday this weekend (yippee!) and I have a few bits and bobs which I still need to pick up the main thing being - My holiday books! I absolutely love to read, I always have a book by my bed and one in my ridiculously big handbag for buses, trains and whenever takes my fancy! When I go on holiday I usually take 3 books, and then hope the hotel has a little library/bookshelf as I usually get through these, read my boyfriends book and need more!

On holiday I usually like to take fun, girlie easy to read books like the shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella, but any recommendations would be gratefully recieved :)

Speaking of Sophie Kinsella, In the past few days I read the undomestic goddess (for about for 3rd time - I love re reading books too!) and I loved it as much as the first time I read it, its such a fun book and I can highly recommend it if you're looking for a summer read :)

So if you've read a fantastic book this summer please let me know!

I have also just updated the product of the week, to Loreal's gentle eye make-up remover. Although this is not the best eye make up remover I have ever used, for getting rid every last bit of eye makeup it is lovley and gentle and does the job for me. I have very sensitive eyes so was really pleased to read that its non irritant formula is suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers. It is refreshing, not at all greasy and best of all a bargain! I picked mine up for £2.75 from boots.

Speak soon :)


  1. If you're up for anything, definitely have a look at Room by Emma Donoghue. Fantastic book if not a bit weird!

  2. I would strongly recommend Digging To America by Anne Tyler and The Distance Between Us by Maggie O'Farrell.
    Have a great holiday!

  3. If you like Sophie Kinsella im sure you'll lve anything by eith Marian Keyes or Jill Mansell, very similar styles :)

  4. I love reading too <3 Sophie Kinsella is totally one of my favourite authors, all of her books are amazing! If you like her, I'd recommend Marian Keyes (my favourite is The other side of the story), Jane Green (Jemima J is great) and Lisa Jewell (all of her books are amazing <3) as well as the I heart... series, can't remember the author though. Hope this helped! <3 :)

  5. Sophie Kinsella also writes as Madeleine Wickham so I'm sure you'll love those too!

  6. Ive just started reading this book cant wait to get stuck in x


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