BOOK REVIEW – Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson

I thoroughly enjoyed this - Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson. Her style of writing in short, sharp chapters makes it so easy to keep reading and virtually impossible to put down! I'm astounded that this is the author's debut novel because it's just superb. It's a 5-star read that encompasses all that it means to... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – The Arctic Curry Club by Dani Redd

It was the title that attracted me to this before anything else! I mean .... you don't really imagine the words 'arctic' and 'curry' as being comfortable bedfellows, do you? So I was intrigued to find out just what was going on here.The story revolves around Maya, a young woman without a lot of self... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – A Family Reunion by Patricia Scanlan

This is storytelling at its best, something that Patricia Scanlan excels at! Taking readers through 70 years of Irish history and giving a fascinating look at the emancipation of women in the Catholic faith, I thoroughly enjoyed and was intrigued by facts and issues that were dealt with here that I knew nothing about, especially... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – An Ordinary Life by Amanda Prowse

Congratulations to Amanda on the publication of An Ordinary Life, this week! I'm absolutely thrilled to be participating in this blog tour of an author who I particularly admire and whose books I never fail to thoroughly enjoy and am able to highly recommend. An Ordinary Life tells the story of Molly, who actually lives... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Gone Before by Sam Hepburn

When 5-year-old Maya Duncan disappeared 15 years ago, she was never found. She became the most famous British missing child case in history, leaving mystery and speculation in her wake, and many pointed fingers at her mother, Kay Duncan. Phoebe grew up in Botswana, raised by her single mother Roz, who she knows is not... Continue Reading →

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