What Page, Sir? by Simon Pickering

Thanks to Lizzie Lewis at Red Door Press for the invitation to read and review What Page, Sir? by Simon Pickering. Synopsis: What Page, Sir? records the hilarious and sometimes painful experience of an English teacher as he struggles through some very familiar literary texts with some very unenthusiastic teenagers. Alongside the comedy that a teacher could… Continue reading What Page, Sir? by Simon Pickering

Three Seasons of Sadie by Richard Masefield

Thanks to Lizzie at Red Door for an invite to join the blog tour and a copy of the book. My thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: The sixties are in full swing days of hedonism, youth culture and free love. Not so for Sam Ashby, a hormonally-charged country boy,… Continue reading Three Seasons of Sadie by Richard Masefield

The Becket List by Henry Becket, Illustrated by Tony Husband

Today I’m thrilled to be joining the blog tour organised by Red Door Press and Helen Lewis of Literally PR for The Becket List. Thank you for a copy of the book, my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: An A to Z of First World Problems is… just that. The… Continue reading The Becket List by Henry Becket, Illustrated by Tony Husband

The Tears of Monterini by Amanda Weinberg

I’m pleased to share my review for The Tears of Monterini today, published by Red Door Press earlier this month. Thank you to Lizzie and Red Door Press for a review copy – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: Monterini, Italy. 1921. Yacobo Levi, an intellectual dreamer, works in the… Continue reading The Tears of Monterini by Amanda Weinberg