My One True North by Milly Johnson

I’m pleased to finally be able to share my review for the fabulous new book by Milly Johnson on my book review blog today. I say finally because I had dropped subtle hints that I would like a copy of this for Mothers Day. Sadly my hints were too subtle (or perhaps the start of… Continue reading My One True North by Milly Johnson

One Day in Summer by Shari Low

Thrilled to share my review for One Day in Summer on the blog tour being organised by Rachel’s Random Resources and Boldwood Books – this is a book I devoured in a day sat in our sunny garden, social distancing from the rest of the world. Thank you to Boldwood Books for a digital advanced… Continue reading One Day in Summer by Shari Low

The Summer We Ran Away by Jenny Oliver

I’m pleased to share my review for the latest book by Jenny Oliver today. Thank you to HQ Books for the gift of a digital copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: Julia’s perfect life is in crisis.  It was meant to be the party of… Continue reading The Summer We Ran Away by Jenny Oliver

The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley

This morning I’m sharing my review for this gorgeous book again. I originally shared my review at the start of April 2020, two weeks into lockdown in the UK – not a good time for a debut novel to be published. So I’m sharing this again as the bookshops in the UK are starting to… Continue reading The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley

Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

Today I’m sharing my review for this lovely book again as a recommendation for an uplifting read. Thank you to Random House for a digital review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own. This is also known as How the Penguins Saved Veronica in the United States. Synopsis Veronica McCreedy lives in a… Continue reading Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior

#Blog Tour for Heartbreak in the Valleys by Francesca Capaldi

I’m pleased to share my review today for this historical fiction novel set in the Welsh Valleys during the First World War. Thank you to Hera Books for a digital review copy – my thoughts are my own. Synopsis The world was crumbling, but her love stayed strong November 1915. For young housemaid, Anwen Rhys, life… Continue reading #Blog Tour for Heartbreak in the Valleys by Francesca Capaldi

A Map of the Damage Sophia Tobin

I’m thrilled to share my review for one of my favourite time slip historical fiction books. Thank you to Simon and Schuster UK for a stunning paperback copy – my thoughts are my own and are not influenced by the gift. A Map of the Damage was published in paperback in April 2020. Synopsis: London,… Continue reading A Map of the Damage Sophia Tobin

#blogtour Growing Up for Beginners by Claire Calman

I’m pleased to be able to share my review for Growing Up for Beginners today. Thank you to Boldwood Books for my digital advanced review copy via NetGalley – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Thank you also to Claire Calman for taking time to answer some questions – the… Continue reading #blogtour Growing Up for Beginners by Claire Calman

Lockdown by Peter May #Spoilers

Thank you to Quercus Books for the digital review copy of Lockdown back in April 2020. Apologies for the delay in reading and reviewing my first read of a Peter May book. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synposis: Written over fifteen years ago, this prescient, suspenseful thriller is set… Continue reading Lockdown by Peter May #Spoilers