March 04, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

Share the love: books, home & interiors
FREE Interior book opportunity for subscribers each month.

With all the madness going on in the world our homes are increasingly important as a place of retreat - where we cocoon, nest, restore & rejuvenate. For me it is a place in which I feel loved, inspired & nurtured. Interior books have always been a huge escape for me - they fire my imagination, inspire me daily & bring a profound sense of joy. I love turning over new crisp pages to discover treasures, homes, artisans, owners & places, that I often never knew existed.

House story of Ali Heath photographed by Alun Callender.House story of Ali Heath photographed by Alun Callender.House story of Ali Heath photographed by Alun Callender.


I have too many books, am running out of shelves, benches & chairs on which to stack them, but still cannot resist the draw of a new find or release, or the search for an old, out of print edition. 

SO... as a thank you to my followers, with a mutual passion for the written & visual; & as a genuine desire to want to share some love & positivity, I am going to gift one interior book a month - a new copy, not one of mine! For the next 12 months, one random follower, who subscribes to The List on my website or via my profile, will receive for free, my interior book recommendation of the month, as a present from me. As I have only just set up the subscriber page on my website, it is only my family, friends & a few loyal followers on there, so the odds are good! Anyone on the list will be re-entered each month. 

The book I am choosing to give away at the end of this month is The House That Pinterest Built, by Diane Keaton. It’s a favourite of mine & I hope you will love it too. I will announce the lucky recipient on here each month (chosen by one of my kids at random, so no bias from me) & the book will be posted out to you straight away. 

This is not funded by a publisher it is a gift from me, but if a publisher wanted to get involved & share the love of books even more, then do get in touch! Who knows it might start a tide of goodwill & kindness - right now I think that has to be a good thing.





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