Month: December 2020

My Top 10 Reads of 2020

The Sun is Also a Star is actually my favourite book of 2020. It’s beautiful and compelling and tells the story of two people while touching on the stories of a multitude of others. Natasha

Catch up with Christmas Reads: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day – Milly Johnson | The Winter Garden – Heidi Swain | The Dead of Winter – Nicola Upson (Josephine Tey Mystery #9)

A story of knowing when to hold on and when to let go, of pushing limits and acceptance, of friendship, love, laughter, mince pies and the magic of Christmas.This is the third book in the

White Rage Book Review

White Rage Book Review

“This is how we begin to defuse the power of white rage. It is time to move into that future. It is a future where the right to vote is unfettered by discriminatory restrictions that

Thirteen Book Review

Thirteen Book Review

Title: ThirteenAuthor: Steve CavanaghType: FictionPublished: 2018Pages: 356TW: Death, animal death, murder, violence For fans of: I See You, Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train, and John Grisham novels. 9.3Gripping, Unique, Thrilling I also loved

Quite by Claudia Winkleman | Book Review | #Giveaway #QuiteTheBook #LoveLifeandEyeliner

ABOUT THE AUTHOR I’ve always loved Claudia’s quirkiness, her sense of humour and the ‘genuineness’ that comes over onscreen. I very much enjoyed this – it’s fun, but written from the heart. Her self depreciating

The Cornish Cream Tea Christmas by Cressida McLaughlin | Blog Tour Extract #CornishCreamTeaChristmas

She had only been working as an eco-consultant for Green Futures for six months, and this was her very first client. Gerald, her boss, had initially been reluctant to send Hannah on her own, but

Desert Island Books – Rumaan Alam

Love this post? Click here to subscribe. It’s impossible to choose a single collection of stories by Lorrie Moore I’d want to accompany me for the rest of my days; happily, her Colllected Stories means I don’t

Desert Island Books – Ed from A Need to Read

This book has helped me through darker times more than most others. A book based on ACT therapy, enabling you to accept whatever comes your way, be that intrusive thoughts, depression or anxiety. The practical

The Mist by Ragnar Jónasson | Blog Tour Review #TheMist #HiddenIcelandBook3

The Mist begins in early 1988 with Hulda in shock after a personal tragedy. She is barely coping when she gets a call to investigate a case that has just been reported. It involves a