Working in Brighton and living just outside means I have the opportunity to visit a lot of gorgeous cafes.

Today I decided to head to Cafe Coho for lunch. It’s located literally a 2 minute walk from my office on Queens Road, so it couldn’t be any closer really. I don’t usually tend to eat here at lunch time, as I often bring my own lunch to work. However, I often come here to buy a hot chocolate early in the morning (and my 10% local employee discount black card comes in super handy here!)

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Pages: 393 

Published by: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers

Flame in the Mist was the book I received in a book swap with the lovely Eleanor May. I was so excited when I received my mail and saw this book. It’s one I’d wanted to read for ages, and although I’ve never read anything by Renee Ahdieh before, I saw so many positive reviews and the premise of the story itself really intrigued me.

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Jade and Nathan are getting married in September, so for her hen do Jade wanted to go back to her Irish roots and celebrate in Dublin!

A group of ten of us were picked up in a mini bus (which was driven by a man who had a weird obsession with JLS songs) and dropped off at Gatwick airport. We didn’t have to wait around for too long until our flight came, and I read pretty much the entirety of the flight, so it seemed to go by in a flash.

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Mark and I have been planning some different days out recently, and today we decided to head to Arundel.

Only about a 30 minute train journey from where we live – Arundel seemed like a perfect choice. I hadn’t been there since I was younger, so it was with a lot of excitement that we packed our bags and headed off for the day.

The sunshine was blazing overhead, and it was a pretty sweaty and packed train journey! However, we finally made it, and embarked on our adventure up to Arundel Castle.

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