Book Review: Black Madonna by Linda Lee Kane

Book Cover Black Madonna by Linda Lee Kane

It’s been a while but I’m back with another history lesson. This time it is the Cathars. Enjoy the review! Blurb Black Madonna by Linda Lee Kane opens with the death of nine-year-old Luci de Foix’s parents in a car accident. But was it an accident? A group known as The Order has been watching […]

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Book Review: The Marriage of Gryphons by Chrys Cymri

Book Cover Penny White and the Marriage of Gryphons

I’m so excited to be back with Penny White again! Penny’s Welsh wonderland is my new magical kingdom and I feel as comfortable there as I do at Hogwarts. If you aren’t up to date with Penny, check out my previous reviews of the series here and here. Or just read on for my latest […]

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Book Review: Stepping Out in Love by Gayle Suzanne

Book Cover of Self-HelpBook about Divorce

I’m excited to be back today with another self-help book. I’m proud that so far I’ve been keeping to my resolution to post more reviews of this type. I hope you’re enjoying them! Blurb Stepping Out in Love by Gayle Suzanne is a collection of 50 short stories written to help the reader through the […]

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Book Review: Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn

Darkest Hours Mike Thorn Book Review

Are you looking for a collection of dark and disturbing shorts stories? Check out today’s book review. Blurb Darkest Hours* by Mike Thorn contains some of the most bizarre yet intriguing stories known to man. Published to excellent reviews, it’s one that horror fans won’t want to miss. Review If you are a long-term reader […]

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Book Review: Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra

Book Review Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra

I told myself this year that I’d read more non-fiction books. In particular, self-help books. I’ve already started the year on one and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you today with a review of Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra. Blurb Happiness Is All We Want by Ashutosh Mishra reminds us […]

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Book Review: Sweet Hollow Women by Holly Tierney-Bedord

This is another one of my “read in twenty-four hours” books. You know what that means – this is a pretty damn good book. Sweet Hollow Women by Holly Tierney-Bedord introduces us to fifteen-year-old Carasine Busey who is devastated but not surprised when her family drops everything in Sweet Hollow, Louisiana to follow her dad’s […]

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Book Review: Stripey Enid by Natasha Lea

I am a big advocate for the importance of reading, especially when it comes to children. That’s why I like to break from the usual schedule from time to time to bring you some children’s books. Today’s review is of the sweetest children’s book I have come across in a while. Stripey Enid by Natasha […]

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Book Review: Blind Justice by Nathan Burrows

You all know by now that I love a good thriller so you won’t be surprised that this review is back to the norm for me. What I just learned about myself is that I love a good legal thriller. I’m sure I’ve read many a legal thriller in my time but it is only recently […]

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Book Review: The Little Wedding Island by Jaimie Admans

The Little Wedding Island by Jaimie Admans

If anyone ever asks my favourite book genre, I always say thriller. Becasue it is. Often I go on binges where I just buy/read thrillers. But every so often, I am reminded of the other great books out in the world and my obsession changes for a bit. No doubt romantic chick-lit is next up […]

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Book Review: A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth

A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth

If books like Behind Closed Doors, The Couple Next Door and The Best Day Ever are some of your favourite books, then you just HAVE to read on! A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth centres around Sally Lachlan who has been haunted by a dark secret for the last ten years. When a chance meeting […]

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