Category: Book reviews

The book you have to read!

If you could see my space, (office/studio/craft room) you would know that my passions are art and writing.  These are the things that get me up in the morning. The only thing stopping me from starting the day, is my…

Discover Italy through an amazing journey

My love of reading is so secret. I like nothing more than a great book, a large mug of tea and the time to transport myself into other worlds. The Postcard from Italy by Angela Petch will do just that….

From Paris with Love

I read voraciously.  I don’t even dare count how many books I read last year, because it would highlight how much else I didn’t do.  I read all genres, and enjoy most of what I read. Joining blog tours, like…

A Tale of Trust – The Orphan’s Secret

When you hear a book called a page turner, I often think of a thriller, or something equally suspenseful.  The Orphan’s Secret is a beautifully written page turner, that will transport you to the 1940s and a country at war….

Messages from the past:  A Letter from Nana Rose

Every day I journal.  I write down my thoughts and plans, my dreams and my secrets.  I have given instructions that should something happen to me, they are to be used as fuel for the fire.  They aren’t to be…

Be very wary of strong woman on a mission

Be prepared to be totally absorbed by this gritty crime novel by author Emma Tallon.  Her Rival will transport you to the East End of London and into the lives of veryt strong woman, beautifully complex and totally engaging. Meet…

A beautiful emotional journey in a book

As many of you know I aspire to be a novelist.  I am writing every day, and dream of a day when it will be my book people will be reviewing.  Writers envy There it is – the green monster…

Pretty Broken Dolls

A killer that poses their victims as pretty broken dolls. I literally lay in the bath reading – my favourite reading place – until the water was cold.  I couldn’t stop until I reached the end. Pretty Broken Dolls was…

Would you be happy inside- forever?

The thing I love most about being part of the book community is opening my mind and heart to reading almost anything.  As I read on Kindle, I don’t read back covers anymore, I simply dive in, ready to live…

Is a Secretary ever just that?

Get ready for a roller coaster of a read!  When the opportunity came up to review Catherine Hokin’s book, The Secretary, I jumped at it.  I read The Lost Mother (read the review here), I just knew that I wanted…

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