I Wanted You To Know by Laura Pearson @AgoraBooksLDN @LauraPAuthor

I Wanted You To Know by Laura Pearson Back of the Book Dear Edie, I wanted you to know so many things. I wanted to tell you them in person, as you grew. But it wasn’t to be. Jess never imagined she’d be navigating single motherhood, let alone while facing breast cancer. A life that…

A Year and a Day by Isabelle Bloom @Isabelle_Broom

A Year and a Day by Isabelle Bloom Back of the Book Welcome to a city where wishes are everywhere For Megan, a winter escape to Prague with her friend Ollie is a chance to find some inspiration for her upcoming photography exhibition. But she's determined to keep their friendship from becoming anything more. Because…

Nostalgic Books – What books have a place in your heart? #Nostalgicreads #Books

Today I am reflecting on books that mean something extra special to me. More so books I have had since I was little. Concentrating on Return to Oz today and I will have more nostalgic reads very soon. Return to Oz was a movie I adored I went when I was six years old and…

My Chronicle Book Box #Review @MyChronicleBB #BookBox

I have been very lucky to see My Chronicle Book Box grow from the very beginning. We have been a loyal supporter along the way. Our latest box came a few weeks ago but due to poorly parents and ill health I am only now having the time to do this feature review. The live…

BEST Book Launch Ever – The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing @mspaulsonellis @MantleBooks @panmacmillan @GoldenHareBooks

So on September the 12th myself and Joanne from Portobello Book Blog attended what was in my opinion the best book launch ever. It was held at The Royal Scots Club on Abercromby Place in Edinburgh. The book launching was The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing by Mary Paulson-Ellis. I am sorry for the lateness of…

The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen #BookReview @MichaelJBooks

Today, Tanya Kaanta reviews The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen. Shortlisted for newcomer of year in the Irish Book Awards. The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen Back of the Book Lost letters have only one hope for survival . . . Inside the Dead Letters Depot in East London,…

Last Seen Alive by Claire Douglas

Sometimes a book comes along that ticks every box. Last Seen Alive does just that and much more. Genius, is the word I would use to describe it. I was terrified and completely puzzled at who was the bad guy/woman. Have I been hiding under a rock? Why did it take me so long to…