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.
Shari Low is a writer who ticks all the boxes for me - as you will know if you've read any of my reviews of her books (I used the word 'perfection' to describe one). Her tangled plot lines, authentic characters and wonderful writing style, which is always bursting with heart, has made her a number one… Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Shari Low.
Just a few years after visiting the Wigtown Book Festival for the first time, Jen Mouat found herself speaking in front of an audience about her own novel, Summer At Bluebell Bank. It was especially significant because Scotland’s National Book Town also inspired part of her debut, which follows the story of two childhood friends,… Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Jen Mouat.
Reading The Summer House was a bit like having some delicious leftover birthday cake sitting in the kitchen – it was so moreish, I kept nipping back to it (just one more slice). Amazingly, this is the first time I’ve read one of Jenny Hale’s books, despite her being a USA Today and Amazon best-selling… Continue reading Book Review: The Summer House.