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Memory and Straw by Angus Peter Campbell @ aonghasphadraig #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

Insightful, magical, truthful writing Memory and Straw is yet another wonderful book from Angus Peter Campbell. It’s magical and it’s beguiling and it’s a book to be savoured as you read.   Back Cover Description: A face is nothing without its history. Gavin and Emma live in Manhattan. She’s a musician. He works in Artificial… Continue reading Memory and Straw by Angus Peter Campbell @ aonghasphadraig #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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Bad Apples by JJ Marsh @JJMarsh1 #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

A satisfying, delightful, engaging read Regular readers of my book reviews will know I’m a big fan of crime writer JJ Marsh. So my expectations were high when I came to read Bad Apples, the sixth and final book in the DI Beatrice Stubbs series. My high expectations were more than met but I was… Continue reading Bad Apples by JJ Marsh @JJMarsh1 #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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A Biography of Story, A Brief History of Humanity by Trish Nicholson @TrishaNicholson #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

This is a beautiful book, both in its words and in its presentation. The cover is gorgeous in look and feel and the text more than lives up to the promise of the cover. Back Cover Summary:  An entertaining cultural history and a highly original take on the power of stories in societies past and… Continue reading A Biography of Story, A Brief History of Humanity by Trish Nicholson @TrishaNicholson #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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It’s Who We Are by Christine Webber @1chriswebber #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

An entertaining, interesting and satisfying read As promised in my previous post where I interviewed author, Christine Webber, here is my review of her new novel It’s Who We Are. From the back cover: Five friends in their fifties find themselves dealing with unforeseen upheaval as they uncover long-hidden and devastating family secrets. Meanwhile, the… Continue reading It’s Who We Are by Christine Webber @1chriswebber #bookreview #MondayBlogs #amreading

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Author Interview: Christine Webber @1chriswebber #amreading #MondayBlogs

I’m delighted to welcome author Christine Webber to the blog today to talk about her new contemporary novel It’s Who We Are, and about her writing in general. I read and very much enjoyed her previous novel Who’d Have Thought It? and I reviewed it here. And I will be posting a review of the… Continue reading Author Interview: Christine Webber @1chriswebber #amreading #MondayBlogs

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26 Books in 2017: Book 26 examples of excellence in self-publishing

The last book in the 26-books-in-52-weeks challenge has to be a self-published book. I’ve read many first-class self-published books, so as has been common throughout this challenge, I won’t be choosing just one. First of all in the interests of full disclosure – I myself am a self-published author – or to use more up-to-date… Continue reading 26 Books in 2017: Book 26 examples of excellence in self-publishing

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26 Books in 2017 Book 25: Memory and Straw by Angus Peter Campbell @aonghasphadraig @LuathPress #books #amreading

Book 25 has to be a book that has won an award. No stipulation as to year or type of award has been given – so this is another broad category. For my own sanity – and yours – I decided to set my own somewhat narrower criterion. So I kept the choice to awards… Continue reading 26 Books in 2017 Book 25: Memory and Straw by Angus Peter Campbell @aonghasphadraig @LuathPress #books #amreading

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Book Review: The Good Sister by Maggie Christensen @MaggieChriste33 #bookreview

This is Maggie Christensen’s latest book and it’s her best yet. It’s romantic, heart-warming and completely charming. I loved spending time with this novel’s engaging characters and, even although the story was brought to a satisfying conclusion, I was also left wanting to know what would happen next in the lives of these lovely people.… Continue reading Book Review: The Good Sister by Maggie Christensen @MaggieChriste33 #bookreview