September Little Loves

What a month, its hard to know where to begin. We are now sort of getting use to our new routine with Blake being at preschool in the morning's instead of afternoon's. Although he has already had time off with illness thanks to the bugs going around. It's been lovely to see the changing of the leaves now that autumn is here. I'm definitely looking forward to the cooler weather and wrapping up in cosy jumpers and cardigans.

So without further ado here are my little loves for September 


The Girls by Lisa Jewell
I really enjoyed the mystery and danger in this book and it got me hooked from the first page. This being my first read by Lisa Jewell I am very impressed with her writing and believable characters. I'll definitely be reading more from her. 

Raising Sebastian by Choo Kah Ying
This book is extremely helpful to me with giving practical ideas for me to be able to understand and support Blake. Choo definitely has some great insight and advice surrounding raising an autistic child. 

The witchfinder's sister by Beth Underdown
An interesting and gripping historical fiction based on the witch trials before the ones in Salem. I loved the tension and mystery in this book.

The Dead Ex By Jane Corry

Having read Jane's other two books Blood sisters and  My husband's wife I knew I had to read this one when I spotted it in my local library.  I found this to be a gripping read like her other two books but have to say out of her 3 books Blood sisters is my favourite.  

Three little lies By Laura Marshall 

Someone told a lie.

Someone knows the truth.

Someone is watching you.
Having read Laura's debut friend request and enjoying her writing I really hoped this book was going to be a good one. I was not disappointed, I was kept in suspense throughout and really enjoyed this page turning psychological thriller. 

The sapphire window by Dinah Jefferies 
I found this to be an interesting and action packed historical fiction. The story is based in Ceylon in 1935 where Louisa Reeve goes through heartbreak and betrayal from her husband Elliott finding out his secrets after his death. 


The innocents 
I finally watched all of season one which I really enjoyed and really hope they do another.

The originals 
A must watch if you love vampire diaries. I've been watching season 5 this month and am still hooked.

Cable Girls
I've only started watching this the other day and so glad I've come across the show. 
It's the 1920s and Spain has just gotten its first national telephone company, located in Madrid. For four young women who get jobs there, it's more than just work. It represents progress that is being made at the time as women are gaining more equality with men. This drama series follows the ladies, known as "cable girls," who feel attached in different ways -- to their families, their partners and their memories.


I've not been listening to any pod casts this month and the only music I've listened to has been when I've been in the car with a mum friend who has been playing the mama mia 2 soundtrack.


I'm cheating on this one as we've not made anything at home this month. However at preschool yesterday kiddycook came in and Blake made pizza pin wheels which I was told he had lots of fun making.


I've loved wearing ripped jeggings recently from asos they are so comfy and I've been teaming them with my converse slip ons. I've also started wearing cardigans and jumpers some morning's as its been chilly first thing when dropping Blake off to preschool.

And lastly...

I've recently come across some great little Facebook shops and this has got to be my favourite purchase this month. This stunning beauty and the beast themed light is from CC Bargain Gifts who make a wonderful range of items.