Hi all: I bring you a new book by an author who’s become one of my new favourites in recent times. I’m sure you’ll remember her and her books. I met her through Rosie’s group, and she is another great discover. The Lost Blackbird: Based on Real Events by Liza Perrat A powerful story of
Hi all: I bring you a non-fiction book that I think will interest many of you. Fabulous. The Home Front 1939–1945 in 100 Objects by Austin J Ruddy A lifesaving gas mask. A ration book, essential for the supply of food. A shelter stove that kept a family warm whilst they huddled in their Anderson
Hi all: I bring you an amusing and touching read that is perfect for those of us who have ended up with no holidays. Running Haunted: A Greek romantic comedy with a ghost set in Nafplio Greece by Effrosyni Moschoudi Kelly ran a marathon… and wound up running a house. With a ghost in it.
Hi all: I bring you a book today that has been getting a lot of attention, but I was a bit slow catching on. Well, I finally got around to reading it! The Whisper Man by Alex North THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER, RICHARD & JUDY PICK & GUARDIAN BOOKS OF THE YEAR, LONGLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTON CRIME NOVEL OF THE
Hi all: As you know, I translate books by other independent authors every so often, and I share them with you once they have been published. A Spanish author (from Zaragoza), whom I had met, and we even worked together at a book fair, Francisco Tessainer, asked me to translate his book into English. I
Hi all: This is a short read, and one I think many of the followers of my blogs will enjoy. Billy (the Kid): A Novel by Peter Meech Pueblo, Colorado,1932. Bootleggers thrive in a town where the sheriff is on the take and you can kill a man with impunity. In this thrilling narrative, a
Hi all: I was intrigued by the topic of this book. After all, I’ve never had children and I’m happy with it, but I realised not that many books touch on that. Well, there were good and bad things about this book, but I don’t think it was for me. OLIVE by Emma Gannon The