BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Trust Me by Sheryl Browne

I sometimes think it might be nice to live in a small little village, where everyone knows each other, and there's no hustle and bustle; where there's a sense of comfort and kinship; where everyone looks out for their neighbour. But then again, at the same time as looking out for you, they might also... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Violinist of Auschwitz by Ellie Midwood

Congratulations to Ellie Midwood on publication day for The Violinist of Auschwitz, and Day 1 of the Blog Tour! I know that many are of the opinion that if you've read one Holocaust novel, then surely you don't need to read more - they must all be so similar? Well, I've read quite a few... Continue Reading →

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