My review of The Woodcutter’s Wife by David Johnson

I was really attracted to read The Woodcutter’s Wife as I’m a big fan of historic fiction and the fact that this novel is set during the America Civil War really appealed to me. Also…

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Book group pick: Holy Island, a DCI Ryan Mystery by L.J Ross

So my fellow book groupies and I met the other night (over a few wines) for book group in which we discussed and reviewed the first book in the DCI Ryan Mystery series Holy Island.…

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My DisOrganised Life: an ideal read for holiday…

I was sent a copy My DisOrganised Life to read and review which I was excited about as the title sparked my interest. I have to admit though, when I started reading it I was…

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The power of Persuasion

Maybe this is a sweeping statement (and I’m sorry if you feel so) but when people think of Jane Austen, they mostly think of Pride and Prejudice, with many people citing it as their favourite…

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Reader, I Married Him: the benefits of reading a short story

I read on the BBC news website the other day that us Brits just don’t have the time to read anymore. According to a new survey by The Reading Agency, 67% of us would like…

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