Tag Archives: Book review

Quite Ugly One Morning #bookreview

In truth I’m not the reader I think I should be and I’m not the reader a writer really should be. You learn from others, both good and bad. But new years and resolutions and all that good stuff comes … Continue reading

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Do Not Wash Hands In Plates #bookreview

Travel broadens the mind. India it seems broadens the beam. When Barb, Janine and Jaya set out to recreate their Grand Tour though this time on the Indian sub continent, their sylph-like selves were in for a shock. In the … Continue reading

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Underneath by Anne Goodwin #bookreview #booktour

(I received my copy of Underneath in return for a fair and honest review… just saying) Anne Goodwin’s latest book will be out on the 25th May. After her debut a lot was expected of Underneath. She doesn’t disappoint. The blurb He … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different #bookreviews #augustreviews

Having been away I’ve had time to read. And I’ve read some indie authors so, this being post a review month via Terry Tyler here I thought I’d do that here as well as over on Amazon. In no order … Continue reading

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Book Review – Conor Kelly and the Four Treasures of Eirean

I don’t read YA. I don’t read fantasy. I rarely read anything mythological. But I picked up Ali Isaac’s first Conor Kelly book Conor Kelly and the Four Treasures of Eirean as much to see if I shouldn’t be such a … Continue reading

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#Sugar and Snails by Anne Goodwin – a review

Today a writerly friend is published. I met Anne in 2009 at an Arvon course. Both of us had books we hoped might eventually reach the point of publication and today Anne’s does just that. I was fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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The Amateur Reviewer: crime and mystery

Noelle Granger has given us a neat readable crime novel with her Death In A Red Canvas Chair The protagonist is Rhe Brewster, mom, wife, resident of Pequod in coastal Maine and works at the local hospital. She also happens … Continue reading

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