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**Bookish products** #PocketBooks @TriggerPub #MentalHealth #Love #Friendship #Hope #Happiness

Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my thoughts on a beautiful set of pocket books from Trigger Publication. Before I share my thoughts here’s a bit about Trigger publication.

Who are Trigger Publications?

Trigger Publishing is an altruistic mental health and wellbeing publisher, recognised within the industry and beyond for its innovative approach to publishing.

They share uplifting and inspirational mental health stories and publish self-help books to aid people in their own recovery, using the expertise and endorsement of highly qualified clinicians in every one of our publications.

Every transformative tale they tell – and every piece of life-saving advice they give – helps people with mental health issues not only to survive, but thrive. You can read more about them here….http://www.triggerpublishing.com/


These pocket books are a beautifully designed series of small gift books filled with inspirational quotes from well known public figures to lift the spirit in challenging times. As the name suggests these are small books so can be transported easily if you want to keep them handy, and they will easily fit in a handbag.

Each book is a different eye popping colour, which make them visually appealing to the eye, there are four titles in the series

  • Love
  • Friendship
  • Hope
  • Happiness  

Let’s take a closer look at each book….



When life seems a little lonely, turn to this collection of inspirational quotes to establish stronger friendships in your life. Filled with wisdom from some of the world’s most well-known minds, the Pocket Book of Friendship offers thoughts and advice to restore, reset, and revive your day-to-day life.

‘The best part about having true friends is that you can go months without seeing them and they’ll still be there for you and act as if you’d never left! Ariana Grande

I don’t feel very much like Pooh today,’ said Pooh. ‘There there,’ said Piglet. ‘I’ll bring you tea and honey until you do.’ Piglet (A.A. Milne)




When your love life seems a little difficult, turn to this collection of inspirational quotes to rekindle the love in your life.

Some people care too much. I think it’s called love.’ Winnie the Pooh (A.A. Milne)

I think everybody longs to be loved and longs to know that he or she is lovable and, consequently, the greatest thing that we can do is to help somebody know that they are lovedand capable of loving.’ Mr. Rodgers




When life seems a little bleak, turn to this collection of inspirational quotes to establish somehope in your life.

‘…don’t ever underestimate the importance you can have because history has shown usthat courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own.’

Michelle Obama, Keynote Address at Young African Women Leaders Forum

But I know, somehow, that only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.’ MartinLuther King, I’ve Been to the Mountaintop, delivered 3 April 1968, Mason Temple




When life seems a little joyless, turn to this collection of inspirational quotes to establish some happiness in your life.

I think happiness is overrated. Satisfied, at peace— those would be more realistic goals.’ Brad Pitt



Happiness is to continue to desire what one possesses. St. Augustine of Hippo


Each book costs £5.99 but if they can put a smile on someone’s face I think they are worth every penny. The books are very sturdy and the pages are of a good quality, and not at all flimsy. Each inspirational quote has been perfectly picked for each book. Spending many years working in mental health I’m well aware these books aren’t going to cure anyone,  but Quotes can provide. a daily pick-me-up, as well as providing a sense of well being.

These books would make a lovely present for anyone going through challenging times, mums, dads, family or friends, you could choose one that best suits the person, or you could even treat them to the whole set I’m sure that who ever you give them to will appreciate these little books of wisdom.

Buying links:

Pocket Books of Love – https://amzn.to/382qQPm
Pocket Book of Friendship – https://amzn.to/2R8N6Am
Pocket Book of Hope – https://amzn.to/2NkqrzO
Pocket Book of Happiness – https://amzn.to/39ZIKEp

My thanks to the publishers for my books in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.







































**Bookish Products** #Review Who Done It? Book Necklace #Crime

028869E0-3015-44FA-92B7-C84B82F530ABToday I’m thrilled to share my review for something that’s a little bit different to my normal book reviews. If you are a fan of suspense/crime thrillers or murder mysteries then you are going to love the Who Done It? handmade necklace.

The necklace comes complete with a “missing puzzle piece” and “key to solving the mystery” charms, as well as a miniature book charm that actually opens!! The necklace also arrived with a personal message and an adorable homemade book mark (a book lover can never have to many bookmarks).

If you order using the link I provide further down this post, you can also get a 20% discount off your necklace.


The Who Done It? Necklace came from Ameliasartifacts  on Etsy. It’s an American site so I was expecting to wait ages for the necklace to arrive, but I was pleasantly surprised when it turned up approximately a week later. It comes well packaged in a silver holographic box.


The necklace Dimensions are 18.75 Inches which is the perfect length for me as it falls at the top of my cleavage, if it was any longer I would worry about catching the charms.

The necklace comes with three charms, a key, a jigsaw piece and the Who Done It? book charm. The book charm is adorable and actually has pages in it, so the book literally opens! Which hang from a sturdy bar, the weight of the bar helps the necklace to sit perfectly and move around.


The necklace has a robust clasp, and it isn’t too tiny, as I can sometimes have trouble doing up a clasp on a necklace with my fat sausage fingers! It’s really well made, and all the charms are securely fitted, I also liked the small ruby red beads on the necklace, they add a pop off colour to the item, without looking to ‘garish’.


I do love quirky Jewellery so for me there’s nothing not to like about this necklace, it’s well made, and I love the gorgeous charms. In my opinion a lot of thought and time has gone into making this necklace.

Altogether the necklaces aren’t cheap I do think you have to bare in mind you are not only getting a unique piece of jewellery, but there’s also the time it must take Amelia to create each piece.

It’s the perfect gift for any book worm, but I also think the necklace would make a unique gift for authors, who write crime thrillers, but if the Who Done It? one isn’t your cup of tea, you can find plenty more book themed jewellery here..

B783B2EC-2F10-4E71-9CE2-60C6FBB2D89DAmeliasArtiFacts- Etsy

or here…..AmeliasArtiFacts-FB

**please note I did not receive payment for this review, but I did receive The Who Done It? Necklace from Amelia in exchange for an unbiased and honest review **

0EB221B2-C2B4-411D-92FD-CC76DC717DFFIf you’ve following in love with the Who Done It? Necklace, here’s a the link to get 20% discount and the discount code you need to apply BOOKCAFE2020

Buying link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AmeliaWignall?coupon=BOOKCAFE2020


Bookish products #Review Bibliophile 2020 12-Month Planner for #BookBloggers


Today I’m sharing a review for something slightly different. Like most book bloggers I have numerous dates to post reviews, guest posts, blog tours, and my book of the month, the list is endless 🙈.

I save all my dates to my IPad planner but there’s a small part of me that’s petrified that for some unknown reason my IPad planner will disappear, what would I do then? How could I possibly remember what dates I had scheduled in? (some dates are scheduled months in advance). So I have been looking for a planner that fits all my requirements for months, and finally I think I’ve found the perfect thing the Bibliophile 2020 12-Month Planner. 

The first thing that attracted me to this one is the cover, I love the beautifully illustrated book stacks by Jane Mount, each month features different book titles. There are a 176 pages in total in this planner, and the size is as follows….

  • Height: 25mm
  • Width: 213mm
  • Length: 165mm


Each month features a ‘books to read page’, there’s plenty of room for mine, but I’m sure there are some bloggers who would prefer more space due to the amount of books they read.


Each month has plenty of room to add bookish dates, as there’s two pages per week, plus room at the end of the week to add extras. Another thing I adore about this planner are the little book related sketches of literary objects, and famous authors.


I was really surprised by the quality of this product the pages are a good quality paper, not at all flimsy. The cover is also very sturdy and robust.

There’s also plenty of pages for notes at the front which is super handy, I shall probably use mine to list the books I read this  year and perhaps a sentence or two about the book.


This deluxe planner features a handy side pocket and ribbon page marker, as well as notable dates in literary history.

For £8.49p (which includes free delivery) I think the Bibliophile 2020 12-Month Planner is a bargain, it’s perfect for book bloggers, and book worms alike.

**My thanks to Mr book review café who bought me my planner, and please note the link I have included is not an affiliated link**

Buying link: Amazon UK 🇬🇧