Hi all: I bring you the review of book 2 in the Project Renova series. In case you haven’t read it, this is my review of Tipping Point, book 1 in the series. (Yes, I enjoyed it!) Lindisfarne (Project Renova Book 2) by Terry Tyler ‘You’re judging this by the standards of the old world. But that’s
Hi all: Those of you who follow my blog will know I had been trying to catch up on some of the books that had made initially the long-list and later the short-list of the Man-Booker Prize. Now we have a winner, George Saunder’s Lincoln in the Bardo. It is not one of the novels
Hi all: I have been following this author and his books for a while, and I heard such great things about this book that I had to ask him for an ARC copy. And yes, Hans Hirschi has done it again. (Ah, the book is officially published on the 26th of October, but you can
Hi all: It’s my pleasure to bring you a new book by a writer and blogger whom I met online but who’s been a constant presence and a friend throughout the years. I’ve enjoyed many of her books, and I love her blog, that offers advice (on health issues, writing…), entertainment, and promotional opportunities, not
Hi all: Today I’m sharing the review of a book that is not yet available in the UK but I hope you’ll keep it in mind. I’m sorry for including so many editorials reviews, but it’s received a lot of attention in the US and I’m not surprised. Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmnyn Ward ‘This
Hi, all. If you have been following my blog for a while you’ll know I’ve been trying to keep up with the Man-Booker Prize this year. Here is a review of another one of the books that made it into the shortlist. 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster LONGLISTED (AND NOW SHORTLISTED) FOR THE
Dear all: I’ve been trying not to post too many things recently, but today I had to make an exception, as I have a very special guest post to share with you that I thought both readers and writers would enjoy. The fabulous Georgia Rose tells us about her experience running giveaways, and of course,
Hi, all: Today I bring you another review I’ve written for Rosie’s Book Review Team. Rosie kindly sends us updates with the new books and if the description intrigues me I go and check the book and sometimes read a sample. I was intrigued by this book but although when it got into the list I
Hi, all: I bring you a review of a non-fiction book from the Pen & Sword history collection. A great read. What Regency Women Did For Us by Rachel Knowles A gripping book about twelve extraordinary women Regency women inhabited a very different world from the one in which we live today. Considered intellectually inferior to men, they
Hi, all: I don’t normally share posts on Sunday, but I got an e-mail from an author whose work has featured on my blog before and I have read an enjoyed, Effrosyni Moschoudi (here is my review of The Amulet). I know quite a few of you were interested in her stories, and considering that,
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