The Distance Between Us – review and giveaway

The Distance Between Us

I’ve just finished reading The Distance Between Us by Georgie Capron and wanted to tell you all about it.  Released earlier this year through Aria Fiction, this is the third novel from the author and someone I’ve only recently discovered. We meet Tasha, a stay at home mother of three, and wife… 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 »

The Cornish Dressmaker – a book review

The Cornish Dressmaker

You may recall my review of The Captain’s Girl back in November last year.  Well I’ve just finished the third novel in the Cornish saga from Nicola Pryce, called The Cornish Dressmaker and it’s just a good.  I don’t know about you but I’m riveted to the sofa on Sunday evening’s… Continue reading »

My Mother’s Secret – a book review

My Mother's Secret

If you have read my book reviews before you will already know that I’m a big fan of Sanjida Kay, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of her new novel, My Mother’s Secret. Published through Corvus Books last month, this is the third book from Kay, and has proved… Continue reading »

The French Girl – a book review

The French Girl

I’ve got a great book to share with you today, and if you are jetting off on vacation in the school summer holidays then I can thoroughly recommend The French Girl by Lexie Elliott.  It’s a perfect holiday read in my opinion and will be released through Corvus Books on… Continue reading »

Miss Burma – a book review

Miss Burma

I’ve recently finished Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig which was published through Gross Press earlier this year. Set in Burma from the 1920’s through to the 1960’s we follow the lives of Benny and Khin as the country is thrown into turmoil, firstly through World War II and later as… Continue reading »