Joules Review & Kindle Cover Giveaway

16 June 2013

I was recently sent some beautiful products to review from Joules.  I had not heard about this company online until recently and they are a british clothing brand who design using bold colours and prints in a classic british style.  I have fallen in love with some of their inspirational designs and the products I were sent fit in with my lifestyle so well.

What more could I want with our british summertime than a trendy umbrella with dogs on, I love animal prints on anything and this umbrella is beautifully made and will fit in with our seasonal weather as it can be so unpredictable.  I can then come home and have a cup of coffee in my mug which is bright and cheery for a dull day and would make a fantastic present for a loved one.

My favourite item is this scarf which is so soft and cosy and made of 100% cotton, I love the colour scheme of grey, white and pink and it looks fabulous with navy.

There are so many items that I really do need from their website that I may just have to sweet talk my husband into buying :).  

I have this beautiful kindle cover to giveaway via rafflecopter if any of my readers need to brighten their kindle.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


I was sent these items free of charge for review purposes.

180 comments:

  1. Love Marian Keyes her books are fab girly reads

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  2. JK Rowling (frances hopkins)

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  3. Lynsey Buchanan17 June 2013 at 02:18

    Dean Koontz

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  4. I'm loving Marian Keyes at the moment :)

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  5. At the moment Peter Robinson

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  6. J.L Smith (The Vampire Diaries) - I don't miss a single book!

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  7. Barbara Kingsolver

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  8. David Paterson dgrp@live.co.uk17 June 2013 at 11:06

    Terry Pratchet

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  9. I love Jilly Cooper.

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  10. Nick Hornby is always worth a read :D

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  11. Charles Dickens

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  12. Ben Aaronavitch

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  13. Mary Wesley amongst many others

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  14. At the moment Jane Austin!

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  15. Even though a childrens author, I have always like Roald Dahl books and now my son is reading them too

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  16. Cecilia ahern is amazing love all her books

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  17. Probably Cecelia Ahern but there are lot of great authors out there I love to read. I've recently discovered Mitch Albom's books, they're fab.

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  18. I really couldn't choose a favourite

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  19. I haven't really got one now, but my childhood favourite is Enid Blyton x

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  20. Tough one, used to be Douglas Adams, currently Agatha Christie

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  21. Jilly Cooper

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  22. Robert Harris

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  23. I love cathy glass

    @ashlallan

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  24. Enid Blyton as she made my childhood wonder filled.

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  25. Daphne du Maurier
    @bella97p

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  26. J.D Salinger

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  27. JENNIFER WORTH; BEST READ EVER

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  28. Tough one!! For chick-lit it's Jojo Moyes or Jill Mansell & for crime it's Karin Slaughter x

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  29. Mine is Cecelia Ahern, love all her books!

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  30. Jodi Picoult x

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  31. Dean Koontz because his style of writing varies from book to book but his stories are always amazing

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  32. Definitely J.K. Rowling (the Harry Potter series is amazing)

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  33. nora roberts/j.d robb (same person lol)

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  34. Stephen King


    @LaaMoii

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  35. Deric Longden - he has me in stitches

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  36. so many to choose from! love a bit of Austen still xx

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  37. Lindsey Kelk - I heart series!

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  38. Karen Harrison1 July 2013 at 12:09

    Jim Butcher

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  39. Gregory David Roberts

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  40. Sophie Kinsella :)

    @Jakeysmummy2006

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  41. My favourite author used to be Enid Blyton, now I've aged (slightly), it's now Stephen King, amazing novels

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  42. Fiona Walker

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  43. Charlotte Brontë. :)

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  44. Iain Banks. I have his last novel all ready to read on my kindle, but I can't bring myself to start it yet. No more of them to come.

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  45. Enid Blyton

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  46. Terry Pratchett - can't beat him!

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  47. My favourite author is Adele Parks

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  48. Lesley Pearse is an amaing author.

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  49. I love Jojo Moyes. Perfect summer reads!

    Lya Thomas
    @peonies76

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  50. James Patterson

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  51. Lewis Carroll is my all time favourite!

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  52. Josephine cox

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  53. Penny Vincenzi or Emily Griffin

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  54. At the moment Ken Follett, but favourite overall has to be Tolstoy (sad I know!)

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  55. Barbara Erskine

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  56. Kirsty Caffrey12 July 2013 at 22:42

    Oohhh John Grisham or Marian Keyes x

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  57. jackie collins

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  58. Stephen King

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  59. I have way too many to list but a big George RR Martin fan since 2002


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  60. Jane Middleton13 July 2013 at 23:52

    Sue Townsend

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