Articles, Book

January is National Soup Month

I love soup and my favourite is Hienz Chicken soup. Served with a hot roll it’s a lunchtime favourite at the time of year. January is National Soup Month, which is not the same as February 4th’s observance. That is National Homemade Soup Day. Of course, both celebrate … January is National Soup Month

Book, Crime, Famous Authors, Thriller

Book Review – Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson

Where did I find it: in my audible library. It had been there a long time. A friend recommended him having read most of his books. It was about time I read some too. Luckily, the eBook was in Kindle Unlimited. I like to switch between reading and listening. With thousands of reviews, it seems… Continue reading Book Review – Two Sisters by Kerry Wilkinson

Book, Historical, Romance

Book Review | The Duke With The Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

This is probably one of the best reviews I’ve ever read. Can true love really be found when a mysterious pirate kidnaps you after crashing into your wedding to steal you from the alter and murdering your … Book Review | The Duke With The Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

Book, shortstory

My Review of The Cowboy ‘s Wish

Where did I find it: on the Apple reading app. It’s the first time I’d used it. The author, recently wrote an article on where she gets her ideas from, which I reblogged. I looked her up on the Apple app and up popped this free book. What I liked: it was clever and imaginative… Continue reading My Review of The Cowboy ‘s Wish

Articles, Book, Crime, Famous Authors

Ebooks, Paperbacks, Retailers, and The Library

I was given a paperback of A Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith and recently reviewed it. Although I persevered, the book was too heavy and uncomfortable to hold, and of course, I couldn’t read it in the dark. It confirmed how much I prefer ebooks and ended up buying a copy from Amazon. At £5.49,… Continue reading Ebooks, Paperbacks, Retailers, and The Library

Book, Crime, Thriller

My Review of The Dark Tide by Simon McCleave

Where did I find it: I used the local library’s ebook app for the first time. I came across it, and immediately zoned in on the word Anglesey on the front cover. I hadn’t heard of the author before, but quickly realised he was a famous writer. What I liked: walking in the steps of… Continue reading My Review of The Dark Tide by Simon McCleave

Book, Christmas Reads, Novella

Books I read in December

This month I decided Christmas reads would be a fun thing to enjoy, and it was. All but one had the festive season tied up nicely. Saved by Love at Christmas was a new release. I’d read one of this author’s book before. She writes pure romance well. My Best Christmas Ever was a short… Continue reading Books I read in December

Book, Christmas Reads, Erotica, Novella, Romance

My Review of Christmas Angel by Bak

Christmas Attraction Christmas Angel is a short story about meeting an old flame. The one thing I like about Rose Bak books, or at least the ones I’ve read so far, is the age of the characters. You are literally never to old to fall in love and there is life after a broken marriage.… Continue reading My Review of Christmas Angel by Bak