America Is Not The Heart – a book review

America Is Not The Heart

I’ve been kept busy over the last few weeks reading America Is Not The Heart.  Written by Elaine Castillo, her first novel will be published through Atlantic Books on 3rd May 2018. America Is Not The Heart tells the story of a Filipino family now living in Milpitas, San Francisco Bay… Continue reading »

The Second Child – a book review #TheSecondChild

The Second Child

At the start of this year I got to read a pre-publication of a really beautiful book that I want to share with you all today. The Second Child is the first novel from Caroline Bond, and I’ve no doubt that it’s going to be a big success.  It will… Continue reading »

The Woman in the Window – a book review #TheWomanintheWindow

The Woman in the Window

I’ve got such a good book to share with you this morning.  In fact if you are looking for a thriller to keep you turning pages in anticipation then The Woman in the Window by A J Finn, is for you.  Published through Harper Collins on 25th January, I’ve really enjoyed… Continue reading »

Secrets From Norway – book review

Secrets From Norway

I do like reading most genres of books and a good story will always have me hooked.  I finished Secrets from Norway by Christopher Masterman earlier this week and can thoroughly recommend it.  Published through Book Reality Experience on 1st December, Secrets of Norway is a fictional tale with the… Continue reading »

His Guilty Secret – review and giveaway #HisGuiltySecret

His Guilty Secret

Today I’m sharing with you the latest book from author Hélene Fermont’s called His Guilty Secret as part of a blog tour. published through Fridhem Publishing last month, this book tells the story of a group of women who are affected by one man’s lies and betrayal. His Guilty Secret introduces… Continue reading »

The Captain’s Girl

The Captain's Girl

Being a big fan of Poldark and all things relating to Cornwall, I knew I was going to enjoy reading The Captain’s Girl by Nicola Pryce.  Published through Corvus Books in July this year, The Captain’s Girl is set in the eighteenth century as we follow the adventures of young… Continue reading »