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.
The one thing you can guarantee after reading an Isabelle Broom novel is that you’ll want to book a holiday – and this time you’ll be packing for Sri Lanka. One Thousand Stars And You is a beautifully written tale of friendship and self-discovery with more than a touch of romance. I was quickly swept … Continue reading Book Review: One Thousand Stars And You.
How can someone tell such a mighty story using so few words? That’s the question I asked myself after finishing The Map Of Us by Jules Preston. There are well over 100 chapters but some are only a couple of paragraphs long. I still felt like I knew the characters as well as if they’d … Continue reading Book Review: The Map Of Us.
Writer Kirsten Hesketh recently took a huge step towards making her dream to publish a book (or two) a reality after securing an agent. Her debut novel is finished and she has another well underway - both of which sound like my cup of tea. Hopefully it's just a matter of time before they are … Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Kirsten Hesketh.