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 »

Pocketful of Dreams

There’s nothing I like more than a bit of a family drama with a love interest thrown in for good measure. Pocketful of Dreams is written by Jean Fullerton and was published through Corvus Books in August this year.  The book ticks all the boxes for me and adds a… Continue reading »

Be Frank With Me – a book review

Be Frank With Me

Sometimes you come across a book that is unlike any other you’ve read, and for me, this is exactly how I found Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson.  Published through Corvus Books back in August, this book has captivated me, it’s really rather charming, gentle and thought-provoking. Be… Continue reading »

Friends and Liars – a book review

Friends and Liars

It’s no secret that I’m a total bookworm.  I always have a stack of books waiting to be read on my bedside table.  I can remember, pre-motherhood, that holiday time meant packing numerous books to read whilst relaxing abroad. These days, with a 7 year old, chill out time on… Continue reading »

Where I Lost Her – a book review

Where I Lost Her

I’ve got another cracking book to share with you today.  If you are on the look out for a real page turner this summer, then go and buy Where I Lost Her by T Greenwood.  You will not be disappointed.  Published by Corvus Books in March this year, I could… Continue reading »

Dead Letters – a book review

Dead Letters

Today I’m talking about the first novel from Caite Dolan-Leach, called Dead Letters which was published earlier this month through Corvus Books. The thriller, Dead Letters tells the story of Ava Antipova and her search for the truth following the suspected death of her twin sister Zelda. She receives a… Continue reading »