mrsb2011

 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,112
Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (108 of 149)
Birthday: 21 April
In My Own Words:
I am a book blogger and reviewer, I also review a range of other things too. If you would like me to review for you please contact me through my blog: Mrsbbooks2011.blogspot.co.uk You can also find me on Twitter - sam_smith73

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,112 - Total Helpful Votes: 108 of 149
Stationery Island Liquid Chalk Markers - 8 colours&hellip by Stationery Island Board Markers
Excellent! Bought these for use on a window. Tested them on a mirror at first, expected to have to use a damp cloth to erase, this was not needed as rubs off with a dry cloth.

Colours are excellent and really bright. I would recommend these to others. I am just hoping they last a long time.
Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little
Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A little disappointed, 25 Aug 2014
Dear Daughter is a difficult book to review I feel as to begin with I found it a bit of a struggle to get into. I felt that I didnít give myself enough time to get into it and this spoiled my enjoyment in the beginning. Saying this I loved the way the story was laid out.

Janie has just been released from prison for murder; murdering her mother. The thing is, she has no memory for ever killing her; the evidence was stacked against her and so it was a done deal. Janie used to be a socialite and always in the media. Now she has been set free, she is trying to dodge the paparazzi, the media and try to find out the truth about who killed her mother.

I love how throughout… Read more
My Sort-of, Kind-of Hero by Emily Harper
My Sort-of, Kind-of Hero by Emily Harper
When I was contacted by Emily offering me her book to review, I jumped at the chance, this sounded just up my street. Emily is a new author to me and since reading My Sort of Kind of Hero I would definitely want to read more from her.

This is a brilliant chick lit book, it is light and fun. I love the story line of this book, I could visually see it all coming together and the characters were brilliant. This is a story about Etty, she is a struggling writer who has been knocked back several times by publishers and every time she goes to a book signing she hopes there are more people there than just her parents.

The scene in the book store is actually one of my… Read more

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