House of Glass by Susan Fletcher A beautiful, contemplative, and touching novel about what it means to be whole June 1914 and a young woman – Clara Waterfield – is summoned to a large stone house in Gloucestershire. Her task: to fill a greenhouse with exotic plants from Kew Gardens, to create a private
Hi all: It’s not one of my usual days to share a review, but as this book launches today, I decided it was only appropriate, as I’d really enjoyed it. Thanks to Rosie Amber (and don’t forget to check her blog, here). The Women of Heachley Hall by Rachel Walkley Miriam has one year to uncover Heachley
Hi all: I read this book a little while back but I waited until it was published (it was due for publication on the 11th January 2018, so I hope it’s now available) to share it, so you wouldn’t have to wait to read it if you felt as intrigued by it as I was.
Hi all: I hope 2018 is treating you well and although at first, it might appear to be a strange choice, I suspect many of you will be overloaded with Christmas and sugar and, what better than a ghost story to get your heart racing? Ghosts of Manor House by Matt Powers Edmund and Mary Wilder are
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: I don’t know if you’ll remember that a while back (it was July) I participated in tour of a cover reveal of the short-story Her by Danielle Rose. Well, today I have the review of the story, and in case you didn’t remember the original post, here it is: Title: HER Genre:
Hi all: Today I bring you a novel in one of my favourite genres. Thanks to Rosie Amber for her great review group where I keep discovering great books. PAINTED: A Horror Novel by Kirsten McKenzie If art can capture a soul, what happens when one of those souls escapes? When art appraiser Anita Cassatt is sent
Hi all: Today I bring you a novel whose description drew me in even if the topic was totally unknown. The author was kind enough to send me a sample of his writing so you can get a taster and see what you think… The Last Gods of Indochine by Samuel Ferrer The Last Gods
Hi all: Today I bring you another one of my reviews for Rosie’s Book Review Team. I advise you to check her blog and follow the other reviewers if you’re interested in books. And without further ado… Blood of the Sixth by K. R. Rowe A gothic Southern tale that will scare and delight In the quaint
Hi all: As I mentioned due to my current circumstances (a quick update. My mother had a catheterism and doctors are happy with the results. Hopefully if after further tests it’s possible that she might have been discharged by the time you read this) my posts haven’t been as frequent and structured than usual. Due
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