February Reads

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February has definitely been a better month than January was.  I'm actually very surprised that I read more books this month. With it being world book day I thought it be a great time to share with you my February reads.

So onto the books: 


Daisy chain by Kirstie Malone 
I won't get into it much as you can read my review here  but Daisy chain was my first book of February and its a a gripping, thriller with plenty of twists and turns along the way.


The Toddler survival guide by Mike and Heather Spohr 
I'm putting it out there I didn't like this read at all. Some of the tips are great but its not as humours as would like. The pictures in the book look boring too and I couldn't wait to finish it and move onto a better book.

These Shallow Graves By Jennifer Donnelly 
The story is about a wealthy family, a deadly secret and a young woman with more to lose than she knows. The story is based in New York during the 1890's. I really loved this book I definitely feel it was a slow start but I persevered and really got into it.

The Daily Struggles of Archie Adams aged 2 and 1/4 by Katie Kerby
Another amazing book by Katie Kerby author of Hurrah for gin. A book about the honest side of parenting through the eyes of a toddler. The book made me laugh out load and not feel so alone.

Happy by Fearne Cotton 
This is a great read for dipping in and out of its filled with Fearne's advice, exercises, tips and tricks drawn from her experiences in regards to mental health and being Happy. I have also been using the happy journal that goes along side the book from the beginning of the year. I've actually now ordered her book calm too which i am hoping will be as good as this.


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