Tag: book reviews

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…

Who are the Fragile Ones?

The Fragile ones:  little innocent children who simply want to go out and play.  I read The Fragile Ones, by Jennifer Chase in little more than a day. This book is extremely well written and tells a tale of two…

Are you the pretty one in the family – a chilling book for you to read

When I was reading this book, I was literally carrying my kindle around the house.  I took it with me to read while I waited for the toast to pop, I was  reading which watching TV and yes, I even…

The complexity of a faithless marriage

What would you do if you suspected your husband of being unfaithful.  Cut up his clothes, change the locks or simply go home and make a wonderful dinner for your perfect family? A book with many themes that will keep…

Be Careful What you Listen To …..

Whoa-Town is a boy band, a very successful boy band, put together by music mogul Rick Reeves. The Future Stars of America is the talent competition everyone wants to enter and these five lucky singers have won a place in…

What About the Nanny?

Reading the Nanny at No 43 by Nicola Cassidy was like being immersed in another world, a world many years ago where intrigue and mystery and wonderful charactarisation drew me into a story that I didn’t want to end.  I…

Welcome to my new series.  Once a month I will be interviewing Fabulous Woman from around the world.  The first in the series introduces Christine Webber,  author, psychotherapist, broadcaster and  journalist. I few weeks ago I lost a few days,…

I just had a delivery from Amazon.  My son commented that the Amazon Deliveries are modern-day Father Christmases. Perhaps they are, and what better gift to give that a great book.  Books are my friends.  They allow me to travel…

I love words.  They are more powerful than we think and are an art form in themselves. Finding a new word for me is a little like finding a treasure and then having the joy of exploring it, turning it…

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