I’ve recently received another book from Blogging for Books to review. The great thing about Blogging for Books is that you get to choose the book you would like to review. I’ve had an Instant Pot for about 2 years now and have always loved it, so I thought it would be great to get The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook by Coco Morante. I am SO glad that I chose this book as it’s already been used quite a few times!
Due to life being extremely busy of late, I’m only just getting round to writing about a book I received last year from Blogging for Books. When I made my last selection I can remember how great it was that there was finally a sewing book! Of course, I didn’t hesitate when choosing AT ALL.
I’ve been drawn in by another painting book. I’ve been on the lookout for one for a while as the ones I got from the library a while ago just weren’t what I needed. When I draw or paint, I have to use a photo of whatever the subject is. I’ve never been any good at drawing what is in front of me; it’s just the way my mind processes images. Even if I sit with a view ahead of me, I find it easier to take a photo of that view and then use the photo as a guide…I hope that makes sense!
Aaaaaaahhh adult colouring books. All of a sudden it’s cool to be colouring in these books. As a teacher and crafty person, I’ve always loved crayons, colouring and drawing. I’m actually quite pleased that more people are embracing their creativity. I was intrigued to try one out so I requested The Time Garden by Daria Song from Blogging For Books to review.
This book by Samantha Hayes and is my most recent pick from Blogging For Books. What You Left Behnd is a crime thriller book, which is one of my favourite genres. I have had the book for a while now and I must admit that it took me a good few chapters to get interested in the storyline. But, once I was hooked, I could not put it down and read the rest of the book quickly!