“And you couldn’t believe that such a large and beautiful shell could be found on such a busy beach. That people had walked by and, apparently, no one had noticed it or, if they had, thought it worthwhile picking up” Goodreads Synopsis: When Scarlett comes across a box containing her most precious items from her… Continue reading A Year of Second Chances – Buffy Andrews
So far on this blog I have not left what I would call a really bad review and one of the main reasons for this is that any book I haven’t connected with or any that I have not been getting any enjoyment out of I have simply stopped reading. Now I will admit it… Continue reading To Review or Not?
‘She stretched her aching back and put on her slippers, not only to starve off the cold but also because she was wary of going barefoot in this strange environment, where unfamiliar feet had also ventured.” Goodreads Synopsis Nina McCarrick has it all: a loving husband, two beautiful boys, a well-appointed home and more time… Continue reading The Art of Hiding – Amanda Prowse
Okay so I really should be writing reviews, I am getting ridiculously behind but every time I sit down to write, the screen remains blank and I suddenly remember all these other things I really should be doing, like painting my nails… So instead of fighting it I am going to carry on with this… Continue reading What kind of reader are you?
‘Losing a baby feels like the end of an unwritten story, I’ve spent hours visualizing her life from birth to old age.’ Goodreads Synopsis Falling in love is easy. Staying in love is harder. Jill and Rob are happily married and still very much in love. Then everything changes when they discover that Rob is… Continue reading The Secrets of Married Women
“The strong should protect the weak” Goodreads Synopsis: Prince Hector, the greatest defending warrior in the epic Trojan War, is brutally slain by his nemesis Achilles… And finds himself reborn in an astounding new realm. Traumatized by separation from his family, nation and world, Hector finds it hard to accept the prospect of a new… Continue reading Hector Reborn – Ian Thompson
Okay I admit it I’m a hoarder, it’s one of the main reasons I dislike moving houses so much, it always prompts the conversations of what to take and what no longer serves any sort of purpose and needs to either be thrown out or re-homed. The reason I dislike having to make this decision… Continue reading Sacrificing Books