Find Another Place – book review

Find Another Place

With a strong interest in my own family history I was interested to find out more about the Ben Graff book Find Another Place, which was published through Matador Books earlier this year. This is unlike most books that I read as Find Another Place is an autobiography, but one where… Continue reading »

Before Her Eyes – a book review

Before Her Eyes

Every so often I get to read a book that totally captivates me, and keeps me up very late at night.  When that book also keeps you guessing right to the last page, then you know you’ve discovered a winner.  Before Her Eyes by Jack Jordan was published through Corvus… Continue reading »

House of Stone – a book review

House of Stone

With the recent leadership changes in Zimbabwe it’s been a rather apt time to read House of Stone which is written by Novuyo Tshuma. Published through Atlantic Books in June  this year, House of Stone tells the story of a family and their lives from colonial Rhodesia through to the… Continue reading »

Right of Passage – book tour #RightofPassage

Right of Passage

Today I’m taking part in a blogger tour to celebrate the publication of Right of Passage by Lee Jenkins through Aeon Books.  You can read more from Brook Cottage Books who took part in the blog tour yesterday here. Right of Passage is the latest novel from Jenkins which follows… Continue reading »

The Wild Year Book – #screenfreechallenge review and giveaway

The Wild Year Book

Last month saw the release of a book that’s right up our street.  Published through Quarto Kids, The Wild Year Book is written by Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield and includes 70 different challenges for children to complete throughout the year. The Wild Year Book is divided into activities for… Continue reading »

The XK Files: 120 – a book review and giveaway

The XK Files: 120

As you all know we are motorsport fans here, with a love of old cars. So when we were approached by Porter Press International recently regarding a new children’s book which features a Jaguar XK120 as the main character in the The XK Files: 120, I knew we needed to… Continue reading »