Thursday, 19 February 2015

Love, Tanya | Review

Hello
I finished 'Love, Tanya' within two days. I really loved this book and I really recommend it to all of you as it has something for everyone. The whole book is filled with her personality and you can see how much hard work has gone into it. Tanya is very open in the book about how she had help writing the book and I think that's great that she acknowledged the person who helped. I don't see anything wrong with getting a bit of help, I'm trying to  write a book so I know just how hard it is. 

I will be honest with you all and say that I wasn't really expecting much from this book as I thought it would be filled with make-up advice but, I was really surprised to see a range of topics covered. There's a chapter for nearly everything and so much work has gone into them. My favourite chapter of the book was the love and baking sections. The way she talks about her relationship with Jim in the love chapter just melts my heart #relationshipgoals (Sorry I had to get that hash tag in somewhere). I think her recipes are brilliant and I cant wait to make the triple chocolate cookies, they look delicious and she has made the recipes really simple to follow.

The photographs throughout the book are just breathtaking and the photos for each chapter capture just how beautiful Tanya is. The one was little thing that just made me love the book even more, its a tiny little detail that if you love books, you will appreciate and if you don't then you will think I'm very strange. I love the fact that it has a built in book mark, its a tiny strip but I love that its included because it just shows that she's thought of everything for bookworms like me.


The writing style of this book is quite chatty and I love that, its almost like Tanya is chatting to the reader. Also if you're like me then you would have read the whole book in Tanya's voice which, in my opinion makes it more special. I'm really proud of what she has achieved and I think she is the perfect role model for girls and boys, she's shown that with hard work and a dream you can accomplish anything you want. She gives some great advice for blogger's/vlogger's in the book which I found really helpful, its nice to get some advice from a women who's made a success of her blog.
I want to leave you with a quote from her book that I think I will try to live by from now on.
"Allow yourself to dream big and imagine and fantasise about all your career goals and the kind of life you would like to live. Imagine you have no limitations on what you can be, have or do in life and create a vision of the life you want to achieve". I think this is such a lovely thing and although Tanya will never see this, I do hope it was okay to quote you if not I'll take it out.

I think we can all learn something from this book, whether it be about make up or learning to love yourself, there is something for everyone in this book and you can tell how much love and hard work was poured into it. 

If any of you have read 'Love, Tanya' what did you think about it, leave a comment below as I would love the hear what you all have to say about it.

Bye for now xxx