The F**k It! List; inspiring, moving and empowering

This is a novel that has had a real personal impact on me. The F**k It! List is so refreshing, relatable to many women and uplifting. It is funny too, yet it is much more…

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A Mother’s Love: Interview with Hazel Eggleton

Like many readers I love psychological thrillers – I find many of them so thought-provoking and fascinating. So when I discovered that Hazel Eggleton, the author of Lucky Stars, a fantastic YA novel that I…

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The Ha-Ha; a brilliant and important social comedy

Is there no end to Tom Shakespeare’s talents? Tom is a world renowned sociologist, ethicist and disability activist – the latter being the main reason why I know of him. And now with the release…

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Hotel Arcadia; a unique, thought-provoking thriller

Hotel Arcadia is a very different, unique thriller. It depicts a brutal and bloody terrorist siege set in a luxury hotel. Yet the protagonists – two survivors trapped in the hotel, never personally encounter the…

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Small Hours; meditative and emotional magical realism

Regular followers of my blog will know that I am a massive fan of Bobby Palmer’s debut novel Isaac and the Egg. In fact, over the last 18 months or so when I’ve been asked…

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