BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – My Virtual Life by Sharon Dempsey

Yes, I do sometimes take a break from dark, twisted psychological type books, and when I do, it's delightfully refreshing to discover a book like Sharon Dempsey's My Virtual Life! I can quite easily picture my own teenage daughter watching a film version of this while comparing with her BFF's who has the most embarrassing … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – My Virtual Life by Sharon Dempsey

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BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Fishing for Maui by Isa Pearl Ritchie

A novel about food, whānau, and mental illness. Blurb: Valerie reads George Eliot to get to sleep – just to take her mind off worries over her patients, her children, their father and the next family dinner. Elena is so obsessed with health, traditional food, her pregnancy and her blog she doesn’t notice that her … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Fishing for Maui by Isa Pearl Ritchie

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – What’s Left Unsaid by Deborah Stone

Blog touring today with Kelly Lacey of Love Books Group Tours, Matador Books and author Deborah Stone. What's Left Unsaid is a complex, intimate look into the lives of Sasha, her husband Jeremy, teenage son Zac, ageing mom Annie ... and in a very clever and interesting twist on the usual narrative, her late dad … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – What’s Left Unsaid by Deborah Stone

BOOK REVIEW – The Vanished Child by M.J. Lee

Jayne Sinclair is a genealogical investigator. She basically traces lost relatives. However, she herself seems somewhat lost. Her husband has left her, and she’s drifting about feeling quite sorry for herself. She is not the strongest protagonist. Her latest case is not helping matters much. Her elderly father’s new wife, Vera, reveals that her own … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Vanished Child by M.J. Lee

BOOK REVIEW – The Food of Love by Amanda Prowse

You think you know your children better than anyone else, don’t you? You’d say you were close, wouldn’t you? That they’re willing to share everything with you, and come to you when they have a problem? That’s what Freya and Lockie think about their teenage daughters Charlotte and Lexi. And then one day Freya gets … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Food of Love by Amanda Prowse