"Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, too..." all the way to my first Christmas post! A Vicarage Christmas (The Holley Sisters of Thornthwaite #1) by Kate Hewitt tells the story of Anna Holley, the third sister of four, who has kept to herself since a family tragedy occurred many years before. For the first time in… Continue reading Book Review: A Vicarage Christmas (The Holley Sisters of Thornthwaite #1) by Kate Hewitt
After reading Shantaram, I became more intrigued with Indian culture and way of life. Still, I wasn't so fast in picking up another book from which I could learn more. Then I was offered the chance to review The Last Suttee and, boy did it provide me with new information about the country. The Last… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Suttee by Madhu Bazaz Wangu
This is easily one of the most inspiring books you will read this year. Read it to enjoy a well-written book and blissfully pass some time away, but also read it as a helping hand in accepting yourself and daring to dream again.
Always With You by Hannah Ellis unravels a lifelong secret which Evelyn has kept from her daughter Libby. When Evelyn dies, grief-stricken Libby decides to travel to the Australian outback her mother spent a year in and find the father she never knew.
Hello everybody and welcome back. Today, I have something new for you on Joyful Antidotes - an autobiography. It is in an area you may never have thought I would read - football. Wow, two uses of the dash there. A very dramatic opener for a lovely book. My Life in Football by Ted Buxton… Continue reading Book Review: My Life in Football by Ted Buxton
Finally, give readers one good reason why they should read your books. Ed: Intelligent, fun science fiction, professionally edited and produced, all with my British sense of humo(u)r. Sorry, is that five reasons?
I really worked my brain analysing possible underlying themes and often came to my own conclusion's, meaning I got what I wanted from the stories.