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

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, Famous Authors

My Review of The Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith

Secrets and Lies all the Way Through I watched this series on the television when it was first aired. I loved the relationship between Comoran and Robin. When the new one Troubled Blood aired, I decided to rewatch the entire series to bring mr up to speed. I couldn’t get enough of it, and knew… Continue reading My Review of The Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith

Book, Children’s Stories, Famous Authors

Salute to British Writer C S Lewis

This was sitting in my drafts and should have posted a few days ago. Born this day in 1898, Charles Staples Lewis wrote over thirty books that are read by millions of people. Lewis is also known for his work on medieval literature, and his Christian apologetics. Three of his works of fiction were turned… Continue reading Salute to British Writer C S Lewis

Articles, Book, Children’s Stories, Famous Authors, Historical, People, Places

Green Gables House

This is a lovely article for fans of Ann of Green Gables. The photos will spark your imagination. It did mine. Many of you know that Anne of Green Gables is my favourite children’s book. The opportunity to see the house in Prince Edward Island that inspired …Green Gables House

Articles, Book, Famous Authors

Salute to Neil Gaiman, British Writer

Born this day, 10th November in 1960, Neil Gaiman, a British writer, has a long list of achievements and accolades. He’s written novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films. On Amazon there are over twenty books, all with colourful eye catch-catching covers. Take a look. Neil on Amazon Although I knew his… Continue reading Salute to Neil Gaiman, British Writer

Book, Famous Authors, Fantasy, Inspirational, Mystery, Novella, series

Books Read in October

I’ve had some excellent reads this month and Signal Moon and The Story of Son were outstanding. Both were novellas by popular, but new to me authors. The latter has over 1K reviews and the former over 10k. I think that speaks volumes. Stowe Away and Dead’s Man’s Doll were books I had been asked… Continue reading Books Read in October

Crime, Famous Authors, Mystery, Thriller

An Evening With Author Conrad Jones

Conrad Jones is a best selling’ author who has written at least four box sets and numerous thrillers and has even branched out into children’s books. He has thousands of book reviews and millions of fans from all over the world. I was lucky enough to see him in person, and listen to a talk… Continue reading An Evening With Author Conrad Jones

Book, Crime, Dystopian, Erotica, Famous Authors, Kindle Unlimited, Mystery, Post Apocolyptic, Romance

April Reading List

Here are the books I’m reading in April. There is always room for more should I go through them all and when I post this list at the end of the month there maybe additions or deletions, if I run out time. I’ve read No Hiding Place by Susan Lewis a few years ago and… Continue reading April Reading List