When one of my favourite authors starts a new series I always do a little happy dance – and some shapes were definitely being thrown (people still do that, right?) when Holly Martin announced her latest book. Spring At Blueberry Bay wastes no time in getting into the story. Within the first few pages we … Continue reading Book Review: Spring At Blueberry Bay.
"Are you writing a book blog now?" Mark asked. I think he occasionally checks in just to make sure I'm not writing posts listing his faults. As he brought home a massive slab of chocolate cake and a hot chocolate for me recently, I'd say he's pretty safe at the mo. To answer his question, … Continue reading Friday 500 (And General Writing) Update.
Just The Two Of Us, a debut novel by Georgie Capron, could so easily have been my own life story, which is probably why I found it hard to put down. The main character, Lucy, is the “wrong side of 30”, single and her biological clock is ticking loudly. She longs for a baby but, … Continue reading Book Review: Just The Two Of Us.
There is an entertaining twist in the tale (or should that be tail) early in Sarah Morgan’s new book, New York, Actually – don’t worry, I won’t give any more away but it definitely made me chuckle. I’ll say right off the bat that I’m an avid reader of her novels and this is, in … Continue reading Book Review: New York, Actually.