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Perfect for Mother’s Day: The Mills & Boon Modern Girl’s Guide to Turning Into Your Mother.

It’s that time of year again, Mother’s Day, a time to celebrate and give thanks to mothers everywhere. This year Mills and Boon has the answer to the perfect, funny and thoughtful gift for every mother, with the Modern Girl’s Guide to Turning Into Your Mother by Ada Adverse. I love gifting books to people,… Continue reading Perfect for Mother’s Day: The Mills & Boon Modern Girl’s Guide to Turning Into Your Mother.

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Book Review: Wild Animals of the South by Dieter Braun.

George and Molly adore learning about wild animals, they watch all the documentaries on television and they have non-fiction books spilling from their bookcases. However, we’ve never read a non-fiction book with illustrations instead of photographs, until we receieved a copy of Wild Animals of the South from Flying Eye Books. This book is stunning.… Continue reading Book Review: Wild Animals of the South by Dieter Braun.

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Book Review: Safe and Sound by Jean Roussen and Loris Lora.

Flying Eye Books always have the ability to make us gasp in awe and wonder. Safe & Sound, written by Jean Roussen and illustrated by Loris Lora, did exactly that. Safe & Sound is a beautiful storybook using animals as a way to support the theme of safety. The pages skip perfectly from animal to… Continue reading Book Review: Safe and Sound by Jean Roussen and Loris Lora.

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Q&A with Sue Shepherd, Author of Love Them and Leave Them.

Today I am honoured to have a little Q&A with Sue Shepherd, author of Love Them and Leave Them. Enjoy!    Why did you write a book? The idea for my first book came to me when I was writing a piece of flash fiction during a Creative Writing class. The teacher said it was good… Continue reading Q&A with Sue Shepherd, Author of Love Them and Leave Them.

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Book Review: Walking Wounded by Anna Franklin Osborne.

Today I’m featuring Walking Wounded written by Anna Franklin Osborne. Walking Wounded follows a family from the end of the First World War and through to the 1950’s. The story follows a family living in London; from tragedy to joy, marriage to death, we follow their stories during one of the most horrendous times known… Continue reading Book Review: Walking Wounded by Anna Franklin Osborne.

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Isolation Junction by Jennifer Gilmour Book Review

Rose is a mother to two children and wife to Darren. He controls her every move and although he has manipulated and lied to her, she stays within their family home for the sake of their children. When she meets Tim at a networking event, she begins to realise there may be a way forward,… Continue reading Isolation Junction by Jennifer Gilmour Book Review

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Book Review: There is Always More to Say by Lynda Young Spiro.

There is Always More to Say  by Lynda Young Spiro is a beautiful tale of two souls destined to be entwined in this life and the next. The story spans several decades, from the 80’s to the present day, focusing on the never-ending love and connection between two characters. From postcards to Skype, the two… Continue reading Book Review: There is Always More to Say by Lynda Young Spiro.