Hi all: Today I bring you a book that I’m sure many of you will be interested in. The Tudor Crown by Joanna Hickson She’ll betray her King to crown her son. ‘An intriguing tale, told with confidence’ The Times When Edward of York takes back the English crown, the Wars of the Roses scatter the Lancastrian
Hi all: I recently read a book by Karen M. Cox (check here my review of I Could Write a Book) and when Rosie Amber told me the author was looking for ARC readers for her new book, I had to join in. I’ve read the book and I’ll tell you more about it early
Hi all: Today is the book launch of Hans M. Hirschi‘s new book. And I had to bring it to you. Here it is: Returning to the Land of the Morning Calm by Hans M Hirsch Martin is eighty-four years old, a Korean War veteran, living quietly in a retirement home in upstate New York. His days
Hi all: Today I bring you a book that’s officially released as this post publishes and one you should not miss. The Artist and the Soldier by Angelle Petta Two young men come of age and fall in love against the backdrop of true events in World War II—It’s 1938. Bastian Fisher and Max Amsel meet at
Hi all: I get many newsletters advertising book offers and although my reading list is beyond full, often one of the books catches my attention. It might be because it comes at the right time because I’ve read many books in one genre, but… Here is one of those. Phoebe’s Promise (Oregon Sky Series Book
Hi all: I am sure today’s book won’t be to everybody’s taste, but I loved it. See what you think. The English Wife: A Novel by Lauren Willig From New York Times bestselling author, Lauren Willig, comes this scandalous novel set in the Gilded Age, full of family secrets, affairs, and even murder. Annabelle and Bayard Van Duyvil live
Hi all: I bring you a very special book today. Published by The Real Press. You can check them up here. Tearagh’t by Craig Newnes After the remains of the Armada hobbled back to Spain, an extraordinary document – part diary, part love letter – is discovered on a remote island off the coast of Ireland.
Hi all: I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and you’re enjoying Boxing Day and the holiday season. As I know sometimes we fancy something non-Christmassy and we like to have a break, I thought I’d bring you the review of a book that is not precisely seasonal. But it’s a great read. Jonah by Carl Rackman
Hi all: We are getting close to Christmas, and although I have a few Christmas related books on my list, I haven’t got to them yet, but I bring you something that for some reason always makes me think of holidays. A fairy tale. Enchanted by the Highlander (A Highland Fairytale) by Lecia Cornwall Gillian MacLeod
Hi all: Once more I’m catching up on a very popular author that for unknown reasons I had not read until now. And as I seem to be reading a lot of historical fiction at the moment, it was about time too. As a theatre lover, I really enjoyed this book. Fools and Mortals: A
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