I made a huge mistake with The Surplus Girls; I got into bed, picked it up and thought “I’ll just read the first few pages”. The next thing I know it’s way beyond my bedtime and I still don’t want to put it down. It has everything you could want; a gripping story, interesting characters … Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Surplus Girls.
The Millennium Library, housed inside The Forum in Norwich, has a fantastic children’s area, which we visit almost every week. Not only are there books galore but also dressing up areas, puppets to play with, baby toys and comfy seats to sit and read together (plus various events). As it's in its own enclosed area, … Continue reading Time For You – Borrowing Books From The Library.
In a bid to make the end of summer a bit less miserable, I saved myself a treat - the first book in a new series by one of my favourites, Holly Martin With her last book (or perhaps I mean her last hero, Thor) still stuck in my mind (swoon), when The Little Village … Continue reading Book Review: The Little Village Of Happiness.
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.