Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Oh my god you guys...

Threads Fans has won an award! Eep! Thanks to this blog (http://themusingwriter.blogspot.co.uk/) I have won the Liebster Blog Award! Wow, thank you! If you don't know what the Liebster award is then it's an award for bloggers who have less than 200 followers and who have put a lot of hard work in. It is an award that was started in Germany and apparently Liebster means dearest or favourite.
I am really happy to be one of the people to win this, I never thought this blog would be winning an award and I'm so glad it did.
The rules that go along with this award are:
1.) Each person must post 10 facts about themselves.
2.) Answer 10 questions the tagger has given you and give 10 questions for the people you tagged.
3.) Choose 10 people and link them in your post.
4.) Tell them you’ve tagged them.
5.) Remember, no tags back.
So first, 10 facts about me:
1.) My favourite colour is purple.
2.) My favourite kind of chocolate is white chocolate and I don't like dark chocolate.
3.) As well as reading, writing, drawing and singing are other things I love to do.
4.) I have two guinea pigs named Indigo and Munchkin.
5.) My family also keeps several chickens.
5.) Countries I've traveled to are France, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man.
6.) I love music, listening to it and singing make me feel so much better when I'm down, or they atleast help me get some of my feelings out.
7.) I like to write song lyrics but I'm not sure if they're very good or not so I've only ever shown my best friend one song.
8.) I go horse riding once a fortnight.
9.) My birthday is 19th October and I was born in the year 1995.
10.) I like travelling but I don't plan to actually move away to far from where I live now because I become very attached to things.

Now here are the 10 questions I was asked and my answers to them:
1.) If you had to be an animal, which animal would it be and why?
I would be a horse because I would love to be able to gallop as fast as they can.
2.) If you could have one super power, what would it be?
I would to be able to control something, like an element, like air.
3.) What is your pet peeve?
When people are really stubborn.
4.) If you had the opportunity to know when you were going to die, would you want to know?
No, I wouldn't. It would really freak me out.
5.) If the vampire Lestat offered you immortality as a vampire, would you do it?
No, I wouldn't like to live forever. And I wouldn't want to be a vampire.
6.) If your house was haunted by friendly spirits, would you move?
Well, probably not if they were friendly. We only moved house a few years ago and I'm not going through that again for a while if I can help it. It was a lot of bother.
7.) If you found a Ouiji board under a wooden floorboard in a 300-year-old house, would you play with it?
No... those things are supposed to be freaky and dangerous.
8.) If you found a time machine that worked, which time would you go back into?
I really have no idea... hmm.. Probably to when Taylor Swift was the same age as me so we could hang out and be best friends and stuff. Okay, so I'm a bit of a major fan.
9.) If you could change anything in this world, what would it be?
I'd probably change the fact that there are so many horrible diseases, I'd get rid of them.
10.) If an alien mothership came to earth, along with smaller ships, and positioned themselves around the world in each state and country, what would you do?
Freak out a bit, I don't know how good I'd be in that kind of crisis. Umm... Hope the Doctor would come along and save us all?

Here are 10 blogs I choose for this award:
1.) Building A Library
2.) Dark Heart 2011
3.) Life in the pages
4.) Platform Shoes

Sorry, I don't know anymore blogs with less than 200 followers so I guess it's just these 4 blogs!

Here are 10 questions for the people above:
1.) What is your favourite type of music and who is your favourite artist in that genre?
2.) Where is your favourite place to go on holiday?
3.) What place would you like to visit if you could go anywhere?
4.) What is your favourite sandwich filling?
5.) Who would you like to meet if you could meet anyone?
6.) What is your favourite television show?
7.) What's your favourite website?
8.) Do you have any siblings?
9.) What's one of your favourite movies?
10.) What's your biggest fear?

Saturday, 7 July 2012

Review: Fallen by Lauren Kate

Fallen by Lauren Kate
Name: Fallen
Author: Lauren Kate
Author’s website: http://laurenkatebooks.net/
Publisher: Corgi
Date published: 2010
Number of pages: 452
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

Warning: This review may contain spoilers.
Fallen by Lauren Kate is the story of Luce, Lucinda Price, who is trying to hide from her past. But because of the shadows she can’t. And then she meets Daniel, someone whose behaviour she can’t understand but also someone who she can’t stay away from, and she finds out as well as the past that she’s trying to forget there’s also a past that some people are trying to stop her from finding out about.
Because the truth could kill Luce.

This book stunned me, it’s not what I expected at all. I really, really like it. It’s not the usual type of book that I read but it still managed to keep me interested. The characters were really different and unique and they felt very real.
The book had a real emotional effect on me. When Luce’s parents hugged her when she was in hospital I felt like I was about to cry and I wanted her to hug them back just as much as she did. And when Penn died, I did cry. I was really upset because I’d really come to like Penn and I felt she’d become a close friend – I felt just how Luce felt.
The cliff hanger left me wanting to find out what happened next, not fed up that I hadn’t been told everything.
The only part of the book that I really didn’t like was when Penn died, and that was because I wasn’t supposed to like it. Penn was a character that I’d really liked so I was supposed to be unhappy at that part. So points to the author for making me feel exactly how she wanted me to.
I really like the cover. It’s dark and striking and the character stands out well against the white light. It’s very dramatic and the silver writing is in a good choice of font.
So five out of five for this book – I really enjoyed it.
Fallen (Fallen, #1)

Review: Wedding Season by Katie Fforde

Wedding Season by Katie Fforde
Name: Wedding Season
Author: Katie Fforde
Author’s website: http://www.katiefforde.com/
Publisher: Arrow Books
Date published: 2009
Number of pages: 450
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

Wedding Season by Katie Fforde is about three women Sarah, a cynical wedding planner who keeps denying her true feelings because of a previous heartbreak, Elsa, a dress designer who is quite shy and prefers to keep out of the limelight, and Bron, a multi-talented hairdresser who has a boyfriend but would prefer not to.
When the three of them team up for the biggest wedding event of the year, and become closer every day, will they come closer to their very own fairy tale weddings?
This book is one of my favourites for several reasons. All three of the girls’ stories are intertwined really well – I didn’t get confused as to what was going on and all three stories are equally told so you don’t read more of one story than another.
I also like this story because it’s unique, I’ve never really read a book with the same plot before. And the ending was great, the epilogue tied everything together so that there weren’t any loose ends and I knew what happened to all of the characters.
What I also liked was that Katie Fforde was good at conveying the feelings of characters – so you knew exactly how they felt even if they didn’t say it.
The cover is really pretty, it has a romantic style which goes with the theme of the book. It also looks very flowing and free.

Monday, 18 June 2012

Return of the Beccy!

Sorry I haven't posted in ages! I didn't mean to suddenly just stop posting for a bit. It's just I've had exams (eugh, dreadful things) and end-of-year-11 stuff but it's nearly over now! I have my last exam on Wednesday and then my art exhibition on Thursday evening (which I have to take down on Friday morning, when I'm going to to be really tired, which is annoying but oh well) and then I'm done! I have the whole summer ahead of me! (I may get a part-time job but I'll still have some free time).
And also, when I've finished reading it, I'll be posting a review of Wedding Season by Katie Fforde which I have read before but I've never reviewed and I thought since I'm reading it again and it is one of my favourite books then I might aswell review it. I hope you'll like my review.
See you soon!
Beccy x

Friday, 4 May 2012

Review: Threads series: Sequins, Stars and Spotlights by Sophia Bennett

Threads series: Sequins, Stars and Spotlights by Sophia Bennett
Name: Sequins, Stars and Spotlights
Author: Sophia Bennett
Author's website: http://sophiabennett.com/
Publisher: The Chicken House
Date published: 2011
Number of pages: 327
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

Sequins, Stars and Spotlights is the third and final book in the Threads trilogy. Nonie, Jenny and Edie are all nearing the end of their school careers and thinking about what they're going to do next. College or university? Broadway? (That last one being what Jenny has to decide). And Crow is doing GCSEs and thinking about if she really wants to do her own fashion label... Why does everything suddenly seem so overwhelming? Why are there suddenly so many choices?
I really think this is an utterly fabulous book. It had a great ending which rounded up the whole series really well. It was also written really well. I could empathise easily with Nonie - when she was stressed and worried, I felt stressed and worried, when she was happy, I felt happy.
It really is a shame that this book is the last in the series - I would read the next book if there was one. I love the whole trilogy, there isn't one book that I wouldn't give a five out of five to.
When I read the series I became friends with all the characters - finnishing the books was like saying goodbye and I didn't want to!
Atleast I can just read the whole series again...

Review: Threads series: Beads, Boys and Bangles by Sophia Bennett

Threads series: Beads, Boys and Bangles by Sophia Bennett
Name: Beads, Boys and Bangles by Sophia Bennett
Author: Sophia Bennett
Author's website: http://sophiabennett.com/
Publisher: The Chicken House
Date published: 2010
Number of pages: 304
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

Beads, Boys and Bangles is the second book in the fabulous Threads series by Sophia Bennett. It continues with the story of Nonie, Edie, Jenny and Crow who live very fashion crazy lives. Everything seems to be going well, Crow has just launched a high-street collection for Miss Teen, Nonie's caught the eye of a very cute guy, Jenny's in a new play... But then it turns out that everything isn't going so well. There are rumours that the Miss Teen collection was made using slave children, Edie's getting abuse for it,Nonie's discovering there's something she doesn't quite like about the cute guy, Jenny's run into the queen of evil and Crow's blocked. Nonie's really hoping they can get through all of this...
This book was a great follow-up to Threads. It wasn't one of those awful sequels, it was brilliant! It was another great page-turner from Sophia Bennett - I couldn't put it down. Well, sometimes I did have to but I didn't want to.Beads, Boys and Bangles made me laugh so much and it had some unexpected twists and turns. The descriptions of all the amazing clothes were fantastic, I could see them all in my mind and I wanted everything.
I also like the ethical side of it too. I learnt about all these bad things that are happening and how we can all change it.
This book definetly deserves five out of five, it was completely incredible and I can't wait to start reading the next one (infact, by the time I've typed this up I already will have started it) which is called Sequins, Stars and Spotlights.
The cover of Beads, Boys and Bangles is beautiful. I love all the patterns and pretty colours. And once again, like the one on the Threads cover, I like the dress. A lot. (Who is designing these? Seriously I want one).

Beads, Boys and Bangles

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Review: Threads series: Threads

 Threads series: Threads by Sophia Bennett
Name: Threads
Author: Sophia Bennett
Author's website: http://sophiabennett.com/
Publisher: The Chicken House
Date published: 2009
Number of pages: 254
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

Threads is a story about Nonie (a fashion fanatic), Edie (she's out to save the world), Jenny (who's at the start of her acting career) and their new discovery Crow (an amazing fashion designer. Who's also 12). Meeting Crow gives them the chance to make her dreams come true, Nonie the chance to realise what she's always wanted to do, Edie the chance to promote charities and Jenny the chance to look great on the red carpet...
Threads is a truly brilliant story. It's really well researched, therewere good details - especially about fashion, which is why fashion lovers will fall in love with this book. Just like I did. And even if you're not that interested in fashion there are still some other parts to the story that you might like. There's charity, celebrities, movies, world issues and more.
I also really liked the characters - each one had different and interesting characteristics. One if the best parts of the books was that they all came together to help Crow realise her dreams and to help a charity. And even though the characters had faults (don't we all) they were still really wonderful people.
The cover is fantastic! Seriously, I love it. It's bright, colourful and all the fonts fit in well together. ALso that's a really pretty dress, I wouldn't mind having it.

Review: Highland Fling by Katie Fforde

Highland Fling by Katie Fforde
Name: Highland Fling
Author: Katie Fforde
Author's website: www.katiefforde.com
Publisher: Arrow Books
Date published: 2003
Number of pages: 376
Rating: 4/5
When is it available: Now

Highland Fling by Katie Fforde is about a woman called Jenny (Genevieve's her full name) who has a job as a virtual assisitant. When her client asks her to go up to Scotland to check on a mill he's thinking of closing she ends up trying to save the mill and work at a road side cafe (the Homely Haggis). Then, to complicate things even further, her boyfriend (who she's "practically engaged to" but doesn't actually love anymore) turns up just as she realises she's falling for Ross - a frequent and infruriating customer at the Homely Haggis...
I liked this book, it wasn't too predictable. I didn't know what was going to happen all the time which is a problem with some books. It even threw a couple of surprises at me.
There was one problem though - Jenny kept making assumptions which was a bit annoying but apart from that the book was really good. It was a lovely story and I could really understand Jenny's feelings (and I could really understand why Jenny like Ross...).
The cover was another great one from Katie Fforde - I really like the covers she has on her books. They have a great sketchy style.

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Review: Artistic Licence by Katie Fforde

Artistic Licence by Katie Fforde
Name: Artistic Licence
Author: Katie Fforde
Author's website: www.katiefforde.com
Publisher: Arrow Books
Date published: Reissued in 2004
Number of pages: 354
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now
Note: This book is really for adults, or for older teenagers.

Artistic Licence by Katie Fforde is a witty and funny book about a woman called Thea who isn't entirely sure what she wants in life. At 35 she's a landlady with a house full of student lodgers. Fed up with them and their mess Thea extends her holiday that her bossy friend Molly had convinced to go on and suddenly decides to take off to Ireland to see Rory - a man she's just met who just happens to be an amazing artist.
But then Molly arrives, along with Petal, one of Thea's annoying lodgers, who brings her uncle Ben who's with his son Toby. For Thea the timing is all wrong, aswell as the fact that Rory's dog is about to have puppies, Rory wants to be with Thea but she's starting to find Ben more and more attractive, even though she's sworn never to like him.
I really enjoyed this book and it made me laugh out loud at some parts. I wanted to keep on reading it - I was hooked after the first page. The characters were lifelike and what I really liked about them was that they weren't perfect - which is good because nobody's perfect in reality. I could really empathise with Thea and I could understand and feel her frustrationat the students. So this book deserves five out of five because it's very well written and I just loved the story.
I like the cover a lot, it all ties in well together and I like the sort of relaxed style of it.

Artistic Licence

Hope you enjoyed the review!
Beccy xoxo

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Review: The Look by Sophia Bennett

The Look by Sophia Bennett

Name: The Look
Author: Sophia Bennett
Author's website: http://sophiabennett.com/
Publisher: The Chicken House
Date published: 2012
Number of pages: 328
Rating: 5/5
When is it available: Now

The Look is about a girl called Ted, she has a lot going on in her life. When the story starts Ted is fifteen and is struggling to fit in at school. She thinks of herself as a freak  and it doesn't help that some people at school think so too. Then suddenly it seems as if the world around her has gone crazy. She's spotted by a model agency. Her beautiful sister falls seriously ill with cancer. What is going on? And will it work out in the end?
This is an amazing story, it made me laugh, it made me cry and it made me speechless. Really, I have no words (in a good way). Okay, well I have to have quite a few words since this is a review, so I'll find some just for you. This story was such a page turner - I really couldn't put it down. Throughout the whole book I wanted to know what was going to happen next.
Sophia Bennett approached the subject of child illness really well and even though I learnt about Lymphoma it wasn't in a boring way - all the information we needed to understand what was going on was woven into the story really well.
This book was truly wonderful, the characters were realistic (I really empathised with Ted and Ava) and I could clearly imagine everything that was happening.  It met and went beyond any expectations I had or could have had about it. It was one of those books I didn't want to finish because the story was so good but when I did finish it I loved the ending. It left me feeling emotional but in a good way.
I want to keep this book forever and ever and read it again and again. I really loved it. It's now one of my favourites and it definetly deserves five out of five.
The cover is fantastic! Another thing about the book that I love. It's bright and colourful and really catches your eye. It really tells you about the story as one of the key parts of said story is about what people think of their own looks and others' looks.
Oh, and the pink pages? Genius.

Thank you for reading my first review! I hope you enjoyed it. Expect more like it soon. Have a great day.
Beccy xoxo

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Blissfull happiness

I got the books that my mum ordered me from The Book People. I think I may be in love with The Book People. That is the only place where I can get 13 BOOKS FOR £15. Seriously. AND GUESS WHAT BOOKS I GOT.
So I got all three Threads books in a set for only £4.99! Which I'm really excited about and I can't wait to read. Then I got a ten Katie Fforde books for only £9.99 which is an amazing deal. I also can't wait to read these. My mum is amazing.
Hopefully, I'll be able to do a review on all of these, once I've read and done a review of The Look which I'm reading right now and is amazing and I definetly recommend it to EVERY SINGLE PERSON ON THIS PLANET.
Beccy xoxo

Wednesday, 21 March 2012


So, today, as you can probably tell, I GOT THE LOOK! (In all it's pink-paged glory). I am very happy. I was in the city because I'd had a taster day at the local 6th form college and I had a little while until the bus so I nipped into WHSmith and I had my World Book Day voucher with me so I thought "I should buy a book". Then I saw The Look on the shelf and thought "I shall buy it, I shall read it and I SHALL LOVE IT". So that's what I did. I've read one chapter of it already and it's already really good. Expect a review when I've read it.
Beccy xoxo

Saturday, 17 March 2012


Hello! Today I thought I'd do a random post about fashion, so lets talk about fashion.
I love fashion and just clothes in general. There's so many different ways you can wear things and it can be so creative. At the minute my favourite piece of clothing is my prom dress. I'm so excited for prom! It's not untill July 12th but I like to be prepared. My dress is perfect. I think I may be in love with it. It's purple-y blue-y and sparkly and, AAHH, so amazing.
What have you guys got to say about clothes, fashion, style, etc.?
Beccy xoxo

Tuesday, 13 March 2012


I've joined Goodreads! At the minute, I have no idea what's going on on it so I haven't done much yet but as I go on it more I'll understand it more. Anyway, so my profile is here: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/8182848-rebecca

Comment below if you have a profile or have anything to say!
Beccy xoxo

Monday, 12 March 2012

Final blog tour post

Sophia's final blog tour post on her very own Wordpress blog (http://sophiabennett.wordpress.com/) can be seen here: http://sophiabennett.wordpress.com/2012/03/12/secret-dreams/
I hope  you guys have been enjoying Sophia's blog tour, I certainly have! It's been great learning about Sophia's new book The Look and other interesting stuff about Sophia. Maybe one day we'll be able to have a famous author (hopefully Sophia!) do part of their blog tour here. Wouldn't that be amazing?
Beccy xoxo

Saturday, 10 March 2012

Story for you!

So a little while ago I posted that a story that I'd sent off had been published in a magazine, and that I was very happy about it. Well, today I thought I might aswell post it on here for you guys to have a read! I hope you like it :)

Through my eyes

“Oh my god, I’m so annoyed. I was two marks off an A* on that paper.” my friend Rochelle moaned.
We were sitting at a table in the library, I was struggling with my maths homework and she, having breezed through her homework, was flicking through a magazine.
“What paper was that then?” I said absent-mindedly, I wasn’t really paying attention. The maths homework was really difficult and I was trying to concentrate. Rochelle was annoying me actually – I was trying to work and she was complaining about getting an A when she wanted an A*. Not exactly sympathetic.
“A science paper we did in the lesson.” Rochelle answered. “Isn’t it so annoying when you get such a small amount off an A*?”
“I wouldn’t know.” I mumbled through clenched teeth while gripping my pen so hard it nearly broke. Rochelle was frustrating me.
“This is the second time it’s happened to me. I don’t understand why I keep missing those few marks, I mean…”  I slammed my pen down and she stopped talking. The librarian frowned at me.
“Could you just stop?” I whispered angrily.
“What do you mean Charlie?” She frowned as she whispered back.
“I mean you should try seeing things from my point of view! Through my eyes! How do you think I feel when you’re sitting there complaining about getting an A while I’m struggling to get a C?” I whispered as loudly as I could without getting another frown from the librarian. “Now either go away or shut up.”
Rochelle just sat there in stunned silence, I suppose I’d never really spoken out like that before. It felt good to let it all out and it worked too – she’s started being more sympathetic to me and that’s because she saw it through my eyes.

Well that's the story, I hoped you enjoyed reading it!
Beccy xoxo

P.S. I also hope you like the new look for the blog, I thought there's a new book out, it's called the look, this calls for a new look.

Bookcase Showcase: Author Sophia Bennett

Don't forget to check out Sophia Bennett's new blog post on her blog tour here:

Friday, 9 March 2012

Late night (for me) writing

I really want to write something, because I don't feel like I write enough for this blog, but my brain's just gone blank and it's ten to ten at night. This may not be late to the rest of you but it's late to me, if I go to bed after midnight then I feel awful in the morning, I just feel so tired. So I try to go to bed before then. Anyway, what should I write? What do you guys like to read? Here's a list of stuff that I could do,say if you prefer any of them:
- Book reviews (I've never really done many before but if you want to read them then I'll write some)
- Random articles (e.g. on issues raised in Threads or something like that)

Or if any of you have an ideas then it would be great if you could post them. I'm in a bit of a writer's block. Thanks :)
Untill next time,
Beccy xoxo

Many new posts and lots of news and stuff...

There's a new post on Nonie's world :

Joseph Kony – Nonie says Ew

It was because of what Joseph Kony did in Uganda that Threads became the book it was. He created the Lords Resistance Army that forced thousands of Uganda’s boys to become child soldiers, and its girls to become slaves. It is estimated that he has caused over 2 million people to be displaced. And in 2008, it was my anger at what he was doing that created the background of Crow, and Edie’s campaign to help her.
Right now, the campaign against him is all over the internet, called Kony 2012 and run by Invisible Children – whom I mentioned in Threads, and who are still going. Watch the video if you can. See what committed young people can do.
This is what Wikipedia had to say on the subject:
Kony received a surge of attention in early March 2012 with the release of “Kony 2012“, a thirty minute documentary, was made by filmaker Jason Russell for the campaign group Invisible Children Inc. The film’s aim is to make Joseph Kony famous, since fame would justify the United States getting involved in Kony’s capture. Michael Geheren, blogger for The Huffington Post, commented: “The 27-minute video was posted on Vimeo and YouTube by Invisible Children and became a worldwide trending topic on the Internet.. Personally, I have never seen an outpour of support from people on my Facebook news feed like this.”[21]
The Telegraph online mentioned the video, pointing out that it quickly received attention from celebrities.[22]. Elizabeth Flock, writer for the Washington Post, offered more background on the LRA as well as Invisible Children in response to the documentary.[23] Flock and The Toronto Star also mentioned that Invisible Children hoped to raise Kony’s notoriety enough to provoke an overnight postering on April 20.
 You can view and comment on this post here:

There have also been some new posts on these websites:

And Sophia's blog tour has been to these blogs so far:

Next she'll be posting at:

And finally there'll be a bonus post at:

So that's a lot! But I think that's mostly it.
Don't forget you can buy the whole Threads series for ONLY £4.99 here:

Untill next time,
Beccy xoxo

Saturday, 4 February 2012

Oh my gosh!

I sent away a story to one of my favourite magazines and they printed it! I know because I went to the Supermarket and got it today. I can't believe it! I am very happy about it. :) If you're curious as to which magazine it is, it's the Bliss March 2012 issue. It's really wierd seeing my story printed out like that but it's a good wierd. So if any of you are wondering if you should send your story into a magazine or enter a story writing contest then I say go for it, what have you got to lose?
Untill next time,
Beccy xoxo

Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Hello people :)

This post is just a general update on things.
Sophia Bennet's most recent post on Girl's Heart books is here: http://girlsheartbooks.com/2012/01/21/how-to-write-a-very-good-book/
And here's where you can find all her posts if you want to look at any of her other posts:
Here's the most recent post on Nonie's world:
And here's the link to Nonie's world if you haven't visited it before:
And here are other websites you may want to visit for news on Sophia Bennet and her books:

Hope these links are all helpful for you :) More posts coming soon.
Untill next time,
Beccy xoxo

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Friday 13th!

Tomorrow is Friday 13th! For you is it lucky or unlucky? Or are you not really supersticious at all? I used to think it was unlucky but since I've been a fan of Taylor Swift I've become quite optimistic about the number 13. Taylor Swift's lucky number is 13, which makes me think, if it can be someone's lucky number then it surely can't be that unlucky can it. So what's your lucky number? Mine is 8, well I say that. But it's only because I did this thing in a magazine which told you to add up your birthdate and that would be your lucky number, so mine would be:
19th October 1995
1+9+1+0+1+9+9+5= 35
3+5= 8
But I haven't really had any lucky experiences with the number 8 so it might not be really. But no other number really stands out to me. So what about you guys? What's your lucky number?
Untill next time,
Beccy xoxo