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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: Today I bring you the review of a book that launches today. And if like me, you are looking for a bit of distraction from everyday life, this might be just the ticket. The Secret of the Lost Pharaoh (Matthew Connor Adventure series Book 2) by Carolyn Arnold Mystery lovers will need to hold on
Hi all: For those of you who love fairy tales, I bring you one, of the hand of Rosie’s Book Review Team. The Royal Deal (Chasing the Romantics, a Series of Original Fairy Tales Book 1) by D. G. Driver A pampered princess is told she must marry a prince she doesn’t like, let alone love,
Hi all: Today I bring you a book I have reviewed as part of Rosie’s Book Review Team. I was intrigued by the title (not sure it fitted into the genre, and wondered about the long subtitle that seems more a description than a title, but I checked the beginning of the story and I
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: Today I bring you the review of a book that I had been looking forward to for a while. Some of you might remember my review of the first book but… On the Bright Side by Hendrik Groen ‘A funny but also touching diary praised for its wit and realism’ BBC Radio 4 Front Row The Old-But-Not-Dead Club return, in
Hi all: Here I bring you a lovely book to start the year, in case you need any recommendations. Although I’m not the only one recommending it, as you will see. I Could Write a Book: A Modern Variation of Jane Austen’s “Emma” by Karen M Cox (For readers of romantic comedy, coming of age, historical romance,
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: 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: Today I bring you the review of a novel that once again I’ve discovered thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team, and I must say I will be watching this author very closely in the future. In Wolves’ Clothing by Greg Levin On his best days, Zero Slade is the worst man you can imagine.