Category Archives: Reviews

#Bookreview for Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall by Luccia Gray @LucciaGray #Victorian #Historical

The start of Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall finds Michael at sea and not caring if he lives or dies and Jane miserable and alone at Eyre Hall. She is now married to the odious Mr Mason who drinks too … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for self-help/memoir, How I Changed My Life in a Year by Shelley Wilson @ShelleyWilson72

We all need a little inspiration sometimes and How I Changed My Life in a Year is full of positivity and optimism which gives you a great big lift just by reading it. Many of us make a New Year … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for reality fiction novel Burnt Promises by Brenda Perlin @BrooklynandBo #divorce

Burnt Promises is the second book in the Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles and charts the conflicts involved in two marriage breakups told in the voice of the one who was ‘the other woman.’ There are some who will have little … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for The Corner Office by Katerina Baker @KaterinaBaker #RBRT #romance

Tara is a high flying businesswoman who has been on her chosen career path for fifteen years and is now in with a chance of securing her ultimate job as Managing Director. The only person standing in her way is … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for Round Trip Fare by Barb Taub @barbtaub #urbanfantasy #romance #paranormal

Writers of fiction make up worlds, I know I do, but mine are tame, only stretching as far as fictional villages set in the recognisable British countryside. Others, particularly fantasy writers, really make up worlds and Barb Taub is one … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for Death in a Red Canvas Chair by Noelle Granger @rhebrewster #murder #mystery

Death in a Red Canvas Chair is a murder mystery with an amateur sleuth, a format I’m keen on. I do like small town settings, and Pequod in Maine is just such a place. The protagonist, Rhe Brewster, is on … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #shortstory collection And I Don’t Even Have An Uncle In Australia by Noel K Fletcher #anthology #poetry

The first story in And I Don’t Even Have An Uncle In Australia is a short memoir and tells the tale of part of the authors time in the RAF and his adventures on one occasion when he needed to … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for Feline Cognition by Carla Eatherington @dystopicworlds #cats #psychology #felineintelligence

‘Time spent with cats is never wasted’ Sigmund Freud I don’t have a cat, the road we live on is far too dangerous for me to risk that heartache but that is the only reason I wouldn’t have one. As … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for The Devil You Know by @TerryTyler4 #psychological #mystery

When I used to babysit as a teenager I’d scare myself watching Crimewatch by imagining how terrifying it would be to find the doppelganger for one of the photo-fits to be the very person sat on the other end of … Continue reading

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#Bookreview – Cabbage and Semolina by Cathy Murray @spurwing_ #1950s #childhood #memoir

Cathy Murray was inspired to write Cabbage and Semolina after witnessing her mother-in-law’s sadly too late attempt to record her own reminiscences. It is a collection of memories of a 1950’s childhood, and it is a delight to read. As … Continue reading

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