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What i read in November

We are edging ever closer to the end of the year and the end of my first reading challenge, in fact I think I am going to beat my target reads for the year, despite my reading having slowed down in this last third of the year.

November I managed three books and they were all really different yet really enjoyable reads.

Beyond the Moon - Catherine Taylor (gifted) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

You can read my full review here, but here's a brief summary, the book is set in two erras, modern day, and during world war 1. Louisa is in a psychiatric unit in 2017, after the death of her grandmother. The unit itself is a former convalescent home for injured soldiers in the great war, were an injured lieutenant Robert Lovett was treated after being injured in the battle of the Somme, somehow there paths cross, and a seemingly impossible relationship grows between the unlikely pair. 

The Immortalists - Chloe Benjamin ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

In 1969 the four Gold children in New york visit a psychic, who claims to foresee the dates of their deaths. The children to young for such things are deeply disturbed by what they individually learn and bury the information deep.

The story then goes on to cover each child's life and the decisions they make, and how they live. It's a really interesting concept, do the decisions we make shape our future or is it already written. If you new the date of your death? how would you live.

China rich girlfriend - kevin Kwan ⭐⭐⭐⭐

This is the second book in the trilogy, the first Crazy Rich Asians I read earlier in the year and enjoyed. The story continues the relationship of Rachel Chu a chinese American who knows nothing about her family history and Nick Young a member of one of the most prestigious and rich families in Asia. The Young family forbids Nick to marry Rachel accusing her of being a money grabber, Nick chooses love over family and money and lives happily with Rachel in the states. That is until Rachels true heritage is discovered and turns both their worlds upside down. 

This book is a surreal delve into the world of the crazy rich, their lavish lives and their need to belong to something bigger, rich isn't good enough for these Asians they need to be crazy rich to be taken seriously.

This month I have read three pretty diverse stories all great in their own way.

Will you be adding any of these to your TBR pile? 
  

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What I read in November

What i read in November

We are edging ever closer to the end of the year and the end of my first reading challenge, in fact I think I am going to beat my target reads for the year, despite my reading having slowed down in this last third of the year.

November I managed three books and they were all really different yet really enjoyable reads.

Beyond the Moon - Catherine Taylor (gifted) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

You can read my full review here, but here's a brief summary, the book is set in two erras, modern day, and during world war 1. Louisa is in a psychiatric unit in 2017, after the death of her grandmother. The unit itself is a former convalescent home for injured soldiers in the great war, were an injured lieutenant Robert Lovett was treated after being injured in the battle of the Somme, somehow there paths cross, and a seemingly impossible relationship grows between the unlikely pair. 

The Immortalists - Chloe Benjamin ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

In 1969 the four Gold children in New york visit a psychic, who claims to foresee the dates of their deaths. The children to young for such things are deeply disturbed by what they individually learn and bury the information deep.

The story then goes on to cover each child's life and the decisions they make, and how they live. It's a really interesting concept, do the decisions we make shape our future or is it already written. If you new the date of your death? how would you live.

China rich girlfriend - kevin Kwan ⭐⭐⭐⭐

This is the second book in the trilogy, the first Crazy Rich Asians I read earlier in the year and enjoyed. The story continues the relationship of Rachel Chu a chinese American who knows nothing about her family history and Nick Young a member of one of the most prestigious and rich families in Asia. The Young family forbids Nick to marry Rachel accusing her of being a money grabber, Nick chooses love over family and money and lives happily with Rachel in the states. That is until Rachels true heritage is discovered and turns both their worlds upside down. 

This book is a surreal delve into the world of the crazy rich, their lavish lives and their need to belong to something bigger, rich isn't good enough for these Asians they need to be crazy rich to be taken seriously.

This month I have read three pretty diverse stories all great in their own way.

Will you be adding any of these to your TBR pile? 
  

*Click to follow on bloglovin
What I Loved in November

The end of November has arrived and as I write this there is a thick layer of frost outside, winter and Christmas are mere moments away, where the hell has this year gone?? 

November turned out to be another busy month, with the last bits of decorating, well for this year, are underway and although I love the end result of doing work in my home, I do hate my house being a tip in the process part. Hopefully in the next week or so it will all be finished and we can get our house ready for Christmas.


So what have I loved this November?


The first thing is the Gym, I didn't think I would ever be that person, but this month I have switched up my programme. I am really enjoying pushing myself, and really testing my body. I am defo starting to feel stronger and am noticing some changes in my physic, which is really driving me to work harder.

When it comes to beauty products a couple of things have really impressed me this month, both skincare related, you guys know I love skincare. First up is the deep cleaning face mask from Kathleen*, this mask really offers a deep down clean, great for those of us with oily skin prone to a breakout. The mask is one of  those satisfying ones that dries and cracks on your face, and leaves your skin feeling super clean and soft. Another product I love and 100% recommend PMD clean cleansing device* this device is a real game changer, I love how easy to use it is and just how amazing my skin feels after using it, I am obsessed!

Clothing wise, my favourite thing has been my new red jacket from Lighthouse clothing* its not only a gorgeous red, with a navy and white striped lining, its actually warm and waterproof, and practical for this time of year, you can see me wearing in my post Casual weekend styling

Right I'm off to do more painting, what have you been loving this November?

*Gifted items
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What I Loved in November

What I Loved in November

The end of November has arrived and as I write this there is a thick layer of frost outside, winter and Christmas are mere moments away, where the hell has this year gone?? 

November turned out to be another busy month, with the last bits of decorating, well for this year, are underway and although I love the end result of doing work in my home, I do hate my house being a tip in the process part. Hopefully in the next week or so it will all be finished and we can get our house ready for Christmas.


So what have I loved this November?


The first thing is the Gym, I didn't think I would ever be that person, but this month I have switched up my programme. I am really enjoying pushing myself, and really testing my body. I am defo starting to feel stronger and am noticing some changes in my physic, which is really driving me to work harder.

When it comes to beauty products a couple of things have really impressed me this month, both skincare related, you guys know I love skincare. First up is the deep cleaning face mask from Kathleen*, this mask really offers a deep down clean, great for those of us with oily skin prone to a breakout. The mask is one of  those satisfying ones that dries and cracks on your face, and leaves your skin feeling super clean and soft. Another product I love and 100% recommend PMD clean cleansing device* this device is a real game changer, I love how easy to use it is and just how amazing my skin feels after using it, I am obsessed!

Clothing wise, my favourite thing has been my new red jacket from Lighthouse clothing* its not only a gorgeous red, with a navy and white striped lining, its actually warm and waterproof, and practical for this time of year, you can see me wearing in my post Casual weekend styling

Right I'm off to do more painting, what have you been loving this November?

*Gifted items
*Click to follow on bloglovin
Made in Great Britain business directory launch

When it comes to purchasing clothes, beauty, furniture and other items often products are produced in factories thousands of miles away. In today's world we are encouraged to buy more locally and to support British business, but this isn't always easy, how do we know, where things are made, the conditions they are made in and how they are transported, quick answer we don't!

Made in Great Britain is a new website directory, offering just that a directory of companies based here in the UK. An easy way to find anything from clothing to interiors all manufactured right here.

When looking through the made in Great Britain website, I found all sorts of products and businesses from Ethical cruelty free beauty products, luxury handbags, Artisan Gins and even kitchens.

If shopping products made closer to home is something you are interested in, check out Madeingreatbritain.uk. You will probably find companies you know and recognise and some that are new to you, companies are being added all the time, as more British brands sign up to the directory looking for your business.


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Made in Great Britain business directory launch

Made in Great Britain business directory launch

When it comes to purchasing clothes, beauty, furniture and other items often products are produced in factories thousands of miles away. In today's world we are encouraged to buy more locally and to support British business, but this isn't always easy, how do we know, where things are made, the conditions they are made in and how they are transported, quick answer we don't!

Made in Great Britain is a new website directory, offering just that a directory of companies based here in the UK. An easy way to find anything from clothing to interiors all manufactured right here.

When looking through the made in Great Britain website, I found all sorts of products and businesses from Ethical cruelty free beauty products, luxury handbags, Artisan Gins and even kitchens.

If shopping products made closer to home is something you are interested in, check out Madeingreatbritain.uk. You will probably find companies you know and recognise and some that are new to you, companies are being added all the time, as more British brands sign up to the directory looking for your business.


*Click here to follow on bloglovin
Lighthouse clothing

Well this is my first outfit in a hot minute, but today I'm sharing my go to weekend style this Autumn, the perfect throw on comfy outfit that not only looks like you have made an effort to get out of your pj's but is practical for this wet and frankly quite cold weather we have been having.


Lighthouse clothing

Jacket ( gifted)Lighthouse
Breton top ( gifted ) - Lighthouse
Merino scarf (gifted) - Lighthouse
Jeggings - Next
Boots (old) - Newlook

Lighthouse clothing

When it comes to jackets and coats I have an obscene amount, but you know what I didn't have until I got this jacket? something actually practical, waterproof, warm and with a hood, which lets face it, are somewhat necessary features of a coat when you live in the UK. It also looks nice, and despite being warm is not bulky. I love the red colour and the navy and white stripe lining gives the jacket a lux feel and also matches this top, which was a cool coincidence. If reds not your colour it comes in five other colours, and at the time of writing this post is on sale.


Lighthouse clothing

Talking of the top, I love a breton top and have a few stripes in my collection, but this one is the nicest fit and best quality and I love the traditional navy and white stripe with the small yellow motif.


Lighthouse clothing

Add a cosy scarf and you have got a casual, practical, warm yet stylish weekend outfit, well I think so anyway. This scarf is pretty lux, it's woven from 100% merino wool in Ireland and is just the softest scarf ever. It comes in four colours and would make a lovely gift this Christmas.


lighthouse clothing


lighthouse clothing

lighthouse clothing

Click to see more from Lighthouse clothing.
* This post features gifted items but all opinions are my own
*Click to follow on bloglovin

casual weekend style

Lighthouse clothing

Well this is my first outfit in a hot minute, but today I'm sharing my go to weekend style this Autumn, the perfect throw on comfy outfit that not only looks like you have made an effort to get out of your pj's but is practical for this wet and frankly quite cold weather we have been having.


Lighthouse clothing

Jacket ( gifted)Lighthouse
Breton top ( gifted ) - Lighthouse
Merino scarf (gifted) - Lighthouse
Jeggings - Next
Boots (old) - Newlook

Lighthouse clothing

When it comes to jackets and coats I have an obscene amount, but you know what I didn't have until I got this jacket? something actually practical, waterproof, warm and with a hood, which lets face it, are somewhat necessary features of a coat when you live in the UK. It also looks nice, and despite being warm is not bulky. I love the red colour and the navy and white stripe lining gives the jacket a lux feel and also matches this top, which was a cool coincidence. If reds not your colour it comes in five other colours, and at the time of writing this post is on sale.


Lighthouse clothing

Talking of the top, I love a breton top and have a few stripes in my collection, but this one is the nicest fit and best quality and I love the traditional navy and white stripe with the small yellow motif.


Lighthouse clothing

Add a cosy scarf and you have got a casual, practical, warm yet stylish weekend outfit, well I think so anyway. This scarf is pretty lux, it's woven from 100% merino wool in Ireland and is just the softest scarf ever. It comes in four colours and would make a lovely gift this Christmas.


lighthouse clothing


lighthouse clothing

lighthouse clothing

Click to see more from Lighthouse clothing.
* This post features gifted items but all opinions are my own
*Click to follow on bloglovin
PMD clean facial cleansing device review
Gifted item 

I love my skincare, so I can't believe it's took me so long to try PMD clean facial cleansing device. It really is a game changer when it comes to cleaning my skin. The device itself is lightweight, ergonomic, hypoallergenic, waterproof and easy to use. With four settings two designed for cleansing and two for anti aging. This device really is an all rounder.


About the PMD clean 

The PMD clean is designed to offer deep down cleaning, with its two vibration settings, gentle and intense, it has a setting that will suit you and your skin. It is easy to take care of, just wash with soap and water to keep clean, and the silicone hypoallergenic, antibacterial massage brush never needs to be replaced. Making the PMD clean really good value, unlike other cleansing brushes that regularly need replacement brush heads.

How to use the PMD clean

The device itself is easy to use, just wet your face and apply the liquid cleanser of your choice, set your PMD clean to the desired setting and massage the product into your skin in a circular motion, paying particular attention to any problem or areas of concern. Rinse your face and pat dry. The back of the device has firm grooves designed to be used with settings three and four for anti aging massage to lift, tone and energise your skin and can be used with serums or creams.

"It really is a game changer when it comes to cleaning my skin."

PMD clean results

Like I said earlier this device is a game changer, even after the first use my skin felt really clean and super soft. I use it both morning and night to give my skin a real boost. What I like about it you don't need to buy a new cleanser, you can use it with your fav brand it just enhances the performance of the cleanser, giving you a deep down clean, without being harsh, and is suitable for all skin types. The massager feels lovely and makes me feel like a proper grown up who takes care of her skin.

PMD clean facial cleansing device review

Who can use the PMD clean

The PMD clean is suitable for all skin types and is great for both girls and boys, in fact anyone who likes to deep clean their skin. It comes in a range of colours so you can choose your favourite or even match it to your bathroom decor. The device doesn't look particularly feminine and would look great on anyone's bathroom shelf. 

So what stopping you, the PMD clean would make a great treat for yourself or how about a gift this Christmas for a skin care enthusiast you love.

You can buy yours here, and why not take advantage of PMD's black friday deals. 
*Click here to follow on bloglovin

If you liked this post you might like The perfect deep cleansing face mask

PMD clean facial cleansing device for skincare lovers

PMD clean facial cleansing device review
Gifted item 

I love my skincare, so I can't believe it's took me so long to try PMD clean facial cleansing device. It really is a game changer when it comes to cleaning my skin. The device itself is lightweight, ergonomic, hypoallergenic, waterproof and easy to use. With four settings two designed for cleansing and two for anti aging. This device really is an all rounder.


About the PMD clean 

The PMD clean is designed to offer deep down cleaning, with its two vibration settings, gentle and intense, it has a setting that will suit you and your skin. It is easy to take care of, just wash with soap and water to keep clean, and the silicone hypoallergenic, antibacterial massage brush never needs to be replaced. Making the PMD clean really good value, unlike other cleansing brushes that regularly need replacement brush heads.

How to use the PMD clean

The device itself is easy to use, just wet your face and apply the liquid cleanser of your choice, set your PMD clean to the desired setting and massage the product into your skin in a circular motion, paying particular attention to any problem or areas of concern. Rinse your face and pat dry. The back of the device has firm grooves designed to be used with settings three and four for anti aging massage to lift, tone and energise your skin and can be used with serums or creams.

"It really is a game changer when it comes to cleaning my skin."

PMD clean results

Like I said earlier this device is a game changer, even after the first use my skin felt really clean and super soft. I use it both morning and night to give my skin a real boost. What I like about it you don't need to buy a new cleanser, you can use it with your fav brand it just enhances the performance of the cleanser, giving you a deep down clean, without being harsh, and is suitable for all skin types. The massager feels lovely and makes me feel like a proper grown up who takes care of her skin.

PMD clean facial cleansing device review

Who can use the PMD clean

The PMD clean is suitable for all skin types and is great for both girls and boys, in fact anyone who likes to deep clean their skin. It comes in a range of colours so you can choose your favourite or even match it to your bathroom decor. The device doesn't look particularly feminine and would look great on anyone's bathroom shelf. 

So what stopping you, the PMD clean would make a great treat for yourself or how about a gift this Christmas for a skin care enthusiast you love.

You can buy yours here, and why not take advantage of PMD's black friday deals. 
*Click here to follow on bloglovin

If you liked this post you might like The perfect deep cleansing face mask
Unique Lifestyle and home Christmas gift guide
This post contains gifted items

Hello, can I start by saying 𝅘𝅥𝅮It's Christmaaaaaasssss𝅘𝅥𝅮, and if you didn't just shout that Noddy Holder style, come on, get in the spirit, and be prepared to be inspired when it comes to unique Christmas gifts for your family and friends. I'm not talking about gifts you can pick up in any high street store, that will be featured in hundreds of gift guides. I'm talking about a special gift, that's as unique as it's recipient.


Unique Lifestyle and Home Christmas Gift Guide


I'm starting with possibly my favourite item of the gift guide, and that is a completely unique Pet Portrait from Portrait Pals. Portrait Pals is an artist marketplace selling charitable pet portraits. The website brings together artists giving them a platform to sell their work, and also raises money for wonderful animal charities. Just choose your artist depending on the style of portrait you want, upload a photo of your beloved pet, and wait for your artist to create some magic. All work is approved by you before being sent out, so you get exactly what you want. My Portrait of Eddie is by the talented and very lovely Lauren Pilgrim. 
Use code KatesCloset10 for 10% off your order
Pet portrait from portrait pals
If you have a friend who is a writer, blogger, list maker, journal writer, or simply loves stationery, then a personalised journal from Rebecca Yates London would make the perfect gift. Rebecca's stationery comes in a range of designs including the design I choose - Take a minute, as well as follow your dreams, adventure awaits and many others, you can also choose the design of the cover from four colourways, and of course personalize with a name of your choosing. Rebecca's stationery is gorgeous quality and comes in recyclable packaging.
Journal Rebecca Yates London
If you are buying a gift for a classic car enthusiast, or someone who likes retro design, a print from Industry and supply co, could fit the bill. They have a range of designs from the Ford escort mk1 I have, to motorcycles, land rovers, military vehicles and more, they also come in a range of colours. The prints are printed with museum grade inks on 180gsm matte paper, and can be ordered in three different sizes depending or your requirements and budget. The quality is exceptional, ours looks great in my sons room.
Industry and supply co ford escort mk1 print
Now for the avid tea drinker, a tea connoisseur, someone who knows a thing or two about tea. How about a gorgeous glass teapot from Tea repertoire London. The teapot is mouth blown borosilicate glass, known for its heat resistance, durability and clarity. This unique teapot is perfect for one person and allows the tea drinker to see the steeping process, meaning they make the perfect cup of tea. Tea repertoire London also sell a range of speciality teas, that together with the pot would make a lovely, thoughtful and unique gift.
Glass teapot, Tea repertoire
Maybe your gift recipient prefers a stronger tipple, these super cute Christmassy drinks, come in adorable festive bottles, and make a great gift for a friend or colleague, or would be perfect as an extra present in a loved ones stocking. Ilgusto have a range of drinks available, I have the Salted caramel liqueur in the Gingerbread man bottle, Cherry bakewell gin in a star bottle, and sour cherry vodka in a christmas tree bottle. You can mix and match drinks to different shaped bottles, they have several drinks and festive bottle designs to choose from, including a santa, santa's boot, and sparkly bottle, and drinks include Gingerbread liqueur, and a variety of gins and vodkas. I've never seen anything like these, so again a pretty unique gift to pop in a stocking ot two.
Illgusto festive drinks
The next gift idea, is a range of stunning jewellery from Soul Analyse, all with life affirming quotes to remind us, to believe, that we are strong, and that we are enough. You can choose from a range of necklaces and bracelets with quotes engraved. I have the the sterling silver necklace with the stainless steel circle ring, engraved with the word believe. But you can choose from a tonne of designs, words, and finishes in either a necklace or bracelet. A great way to remind a loved one, just how important they are. The jewellery is beautifully packaged and comes in at a great price point.
Believe necklace Soul Analyse
I've come to the last item in my gift guide, but oh its still a goody, especially if you are buying a gift for a book lover and avid reader. Why not buy them the gift that keeps on giving a book subscription box from Heady mix. Heady mix is a subscription service like know other I have heard of before it showcases under represented writers and characters, covering, women, race, disability,  LGBTQ+ and others. With memberships starting from just £12 a month, and the option to buy just a one off box, delivered to your door, this is a inexpensive opportunity to discover emerging writers you may never of come across. I have a selection of books from African writers in the box I received, but Decembers genre is feminist writers. Worth checking out for any book lovers you know.
Heady mix book subscription
I have really loved compiling this gift guide, and hope you have been inspired to choose something a little bit more unique for your family and friends this Christmas.
Let me know if you will be buying anything from this guide in the comments.


* Although these items where gifted, I was considered when  choosing what to include and genuinely think each item would make a wonderful present.

*Click to follow on bloglovin

Unique Lifestyle and home Christmas gift guide

Unique Lifestyle and home Christmas gift guide
This post contains gifted items

Hello, can I start by saying 𝅘𝅥𝅮It's Christmaaaaaasssss𝅘𝅥𝅮, and if you didn't just shout that Noddy Holder style, come on, get in the spirit, and be prepared to be inspired when it comes to unique Christmas gifts for your family and friends. I'm not talking about gifts you can pick up in any high street store, that will be featured in hundreds of gift guides. I'm talking about a special gift, that's as unique as it's recipient.


Unique Lifestyle and Home Christmas Gift Guide


I'm starting with possibly my favourite item of the gift guide, and that is a completely unique Pet Portrait from Portrait Pals. Portrait Pals is an artist marketplace selling charitable pet portraits. The website brings together artists giving them a platform to sell their work, and also raises money for wonderful animal charities. Just choose your artist depending on the style of portrait you want, upload a photo of your beloved pet, and wait for your artist to create some magic. All work is approved by you before being sent out, so you get exactly what you want. My Portrait of Eddie is by the talented and very lovely Lauren Pilgrim. 
Use code KatesCloset10 for 10% off your order
Pet portrait from portrait pals
If you have a friend who is a writer, blogger, list maker, journal writer, or simply loves stationery, then a personalised journal from Rebecca Yates London would make the perfect gift. Rebecca's stationery comes in a range of designs including the design I choose - Take a minute, as well as follow your dreams, adventure awaits and many others, you can also choose the design of the cover from four colourways, and of course personalize with a name of your choosing. Rebecca's stationery is gorgeous quality and comes in recyclable packaging.
Journal Rebecca Yates London
If you are buying a gift for a classic car enthusiast, or someone who likes retro design, a print from Industry and supply co, could fit the bill. They have a range of designs from the Ford escort mk1 I have, to motorcycles, land rovers, military vehicles and more, they also come in a range of colours. The prints are printed with museum grade inks on 180gsm matte paper, and can be ordered in three different sizes depending or your requirements and budget. The quality is exceptional, ours looks great in my sons room.
Industry and supply co ford escort mk1 print
Now for the avid tea drinker, a tea connoisseur, someone who knows a thing or two about tea. How about a gorgeous glass teapot from Tea repertoire London. The teapot is mouth blown borosilicate glass, known for its heat resistance, durability and clarity. This unique teapot is perfect for one person and allows the tea drinker to see the steeping process, meaning they make the perfect cup of tea. Tea repertoire London also sell a range of speciality teas, that together with the pot would make a lovely, thoughtful and unique gift.
Glass teapot, Tea repertoire
Maybe your gift recipient prefers a stronger tipple, these super cute Christmassy drinks, come in adorable festive bottles, and make a great gift for a friend or colleague, or would be perfect as an extra present in a loved ones stocking. Ilgusto have a range of drinks available, I have the Salted caramel liqueur in the Gingerbread man bottle, Cherry bakewell gin in a star bottle, and sour cherry vodka in a christmas tree bottle. You can mix and match drinks to different shaped bottles, they have several drinks and festive bottle designs to choose from, including a santa, santa's boot, and sparkly bottle, and drinks include Gingerbread liqueur, and a variety of gins and vodkas. I've never seen anything like these, so again a pretty unique gift to pop in a stocking ot two.
Illgusto festive drinks
The next gift idea, is a range of stunning jewellery from Soul Analyse, all with life affirming quotes to remind us, to believe, that we are strong, and that we are enough. You can choose from a range of necklaces and bracelets with quotes engraved. I have the the sterling silver necklace with the stainless steel circle ring, engraved with the word believe. But you can choose from a tonne of designs, words, and finishes in either a necklace or bracelet. A great way to remind a loved one, just how important they are. The jewellery is beautifully packaged and comes in at a great price point.
Believe necklace Soul Analyse
I've come to the last item in my gift guide, but oh its still a goody, especially if you are buying a gift for a book lover and avid reader. Why not buy them the gift that keeps on giving a book subscription box from Heady mix. Heady mix is a subscription service like know other I have heard of before it showcases under represented writers and characters, covering, women, race, disability,  LGBTQ+ and others. With memberships starting from just £12 a month, and the option to buy just a one off box, delivered to your door, this is a inexpensive opportunity to discover emerging writers you may never of come across. I have a selection of books from African writers in the box I received, but Decembers genre is feminist writers. Worth checking out for any book lovers you know.
Heady mix book subscription
I have really loved compiling this gift guide, and hope you have been inspired to choose something a little bit more unique for your family and friends this Christmas.
Let me know if you will be buying anything from this guide in the comments.


* Although these items where gifted, I was considered when  choosing what to include and genuinely think each item would make a wonderful present.

*Click to follow on bloglovin

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Before the Broken Star
The Beekeeper's Promise
Days of Blood & Starlight
The Foyles Bookshop Girls
The Light Keeper
Daughter of Smoke & Bone
The Priory of the Orange Tree
The Chocolate Lovers' Diet
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Beautiful Broken Things
Nobody's Girl
The Flatshare
The Mitford Murders
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
It Felt Like a Kiss
The Muse
The Humans
Call Me By Your Name
Believe Me


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