Hi all: I bring you a book by an author who has visited my blog before, although this one is pretty different. You know I like different… Oh, I kept thinking about Pete who blogs from Beetley now and whose London stories (and others) I enjoy so much. If you don’t know him, you can
Hi all: Before I forget, Happy New Year. This year I’m sure we’re all happy to see the end of the year that leaves us. Let’s hope the next one is better (come on, this time is not that difficult, but I’ll keep my fingers crossed). And now, to the review. Snow (St. John Strafford
Hi all: I bring you a book by an author I’ve read and loved before. I’m slightly ahead of its publication date (it is due on the 7th of January 2021), but I thought you might appreciate the chance of getting ahead and having some suitable reading ready for the beginning of the year (and
Hi all: This is a bit different, although I did bring you a craft book a little while back. I couldn’t resist this one, because as soon as I saw the cover it reminded me of a doll I had to get once I saw it, although it wasn’t that long ago (a few years).
Hi all: I bring you a novel by an author totally new mean, another one of the novels I’ve discovered thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team. The Hunted: An RJ Rox Thriller (The RJ Rox Thrillers Book 1) by Jo McCready On the vast Buchanan Estate in the wilds of Scotland, tech billionaire James Sullivan
Hi all: I bring you the review of one of the books that won the Booker Prize in 2019. I hope to read Atwood’s novel as well at some point. Girl, Woman, Other: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2019 by Bernardine Evaristo BRITISH BOOK AWARDS AUTHOR & FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020 WINNER OF
Hi all: Another great discovery thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team. I loved the cover as soon as I saw it, and the content more than matches it. Oh, this book made me think of fellow blogger and non-fiction author extraordinaire, D.G. Kaye (Debby for her friends), and her non-fiction writing. The Boy and the
Hi all: I bring you a new book by an author I read last year for the first time. Recommended to readers of historical fiction. No Secret Too Small. A Novel of Old New Mexico by Loretta Miles Tollefson A novel dedicated to all the world’s children caught in the cross fire of adult squabbles.
Hi all: I bring you a book from an author I’m sure many of you will have come across already. I’m sure it won’t be the last one of her books I read. A Year in the Life of Leah Brand: A Psychological Thriller (A Year in the Life of … Book 1) by Lucinda
Hi all: I bring you the review of book 5 in a series that is one of the few I love and follow. The Trafficking Murders (The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Book 5) by Brian O’Hare Lin Hui and Cheung Mingzhu win scholarships to study at Queen’s University in Belfast. Alina Balauru departs a poor farm