I like travel and I love learning about authors so a book combining those two things sounded right up my street. And Footnotes gets off to a cracking start with tales of Enid Blyton and her connection to Dorset. While Enid’s work is controversial, her books were very much part of my childhood and I … Continue reading ARC Review: Footnotes.
Sometimes you can tell how much you’re going to like a book from very early on – and, for me, The Girl At The Window was a five star read right from the start. I stayed up way too late and woke up way too early in a bid to keep finding out more of … Continue reading Book Review: The Girl At The Window.
Lucy's Mitchell's debut is written straight from the heart – and it shows. I was only on page two when her story had me welling up. I had no doubt from that point on that reading Instructions For Falling In Love Again was going to be a treat. It didn't disappoint. It is funny, emotional, … Continue reading Book Review: Instructions For Falling In Love Again.
I spent quite a bit of time after reading the synopsis to Secrets And Seashells At Rainbow Bay pondering what I’d do in the unlikely event of a distant relative leaving me a castle. In truth, I know I wouldn’t handle it half as well as single mum Amelia who appeared well equipped to transform … Continue reading Book Review: Secrets And Seashells At Rainbow Bay.