Life events are like buses, none come for a while, and then loads come at once.

So we are seeking a dispute with our old lettings agency and the house we were previously living in. They are wanting to charge us money for repairs we shouldn’t be paying for, and this has been going on since we moved out the house in June (so 2 months), which might not seem that long, but when they owe you £920 it is a long time. We have officially (I think) put in a complaint about them, as we don’t believe they know what they have told us and what they have not. They are just useless at getting back to people as well! Being annoyed has fired me up with the email, and although I have recieved a useless reply, this fight is not over yet!

We have also been to look at a property today as we are back on the mortgage hunt. The house we went to look at earlier today is a two bedroom cottage with old beams and cute kitchen and the bath is gorgeous. I am instantly in love with it, but I think AM will take a bit of warming up to the idea. There would be a library room, which we could squeeze all the book shelves into, and all the blankets and fairy lights and it is just perfect. It’s a little small but there is just the two of us, and we can always get rid of everything we don’t need, or at least put it into storage.

I know that after all of the issues we have had, it seems silly looking forward to sorting out a mortgage, but it’s the little things that make everything worth it. Also if anyone is having any issues, I feel for you, and if you need to chat, I’m only an email away.


Okay, so that is the boring life stuff out the way, now let’s get down to business (to defeat, the huns…). I have finished the final installment of The Mortal Instruments series, The City of Heavenly Fire. There are a lot of book series’ that I enjoyed and became trash over, such as the morganville vampires and the raven cycle, but this series seemed to have ended rather like a slap in the face with a wet sponge. I felt like the last couple of chapters were so dry and pointless, and the epilogue was also rather dull. I expected action and adventure right up until the last page, and I think this book has let me down, compared to the rest in the series.

Will this stop me from reading The Infernal Devices or Dark Artifices? No. I will dive right into those after I have read two stand-alone contemporary books (Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu, and The Light Between Oceans by M L Stedman). I will also be reading the Throne of Glass series and A Court of Thorns and Roses series, at some point before November, as I will be going to Manchester with my girlfriends for a talk with her, as well as fitting in a re-read of the Raven Cycle books, because I will always be Ronan Lynch Trash, and if anyone remembers the Wonky Alpaca from YALC? His name is now Ronan Limp.

If you’d like to fangirl about TMI, or the raven boys, or any of the books mentioned above, then feel free to leave a comment! And if you are also going through a rough time with lettings companies, just remember to keep fighting!