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Book Review: Mary’s the Name by Ross Sayers

  A satisfying, original and heart-warming read. A cracking debut from Ross Sayers. It’s always a good sign reading wise when I find that the characters from my read-in-progress stay with me between reading stints and remain in my head after I’ve finished the book. This was definitely the case with Mary’s the Name. The… Continue reading Book Review: Mary’s the Name by Ross Sayers

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Book Review: Stella’s Christmas Wish by Kate Blackadder

Genre: Romantic Fiction Regular readers of the blog will possibly remember I recently reviewed two previous books by Kate Blackadder. I so enjoyed those two books that when I saw there was another novel available by this author I knew I had to read it. But even although I was fairly sure I’d enjoy a… Continue reading Book Review: Stella’s Christmas Wish by Kate Blackadder

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Book Review: Who’d Have Thought It? By Christine Webber

Genre: Contemporary Fiction This book is packed with interesting characters. There are friends, lovers, and families and lots of entangled relationships between the individuals. The characters are so well drawn, it’s easy to imagine the book as a TV serial drama. The story centres around GP Annie Templeton who finds herself single in her fifties… Continue reading Book Review: Who’d Have Thought It? By Christine Webber

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Book Review: There is No Right Way to Meditate and Other Lessons by Yumi Sakugawa

Genre: Graphic, Non-Fiction, Self help This is a life-saver, a light-sabre, and a self-love-sayer of a book. I first heard about this book on Henry Chamberlain’s Comics Grinder blog when he reviewed it here last November. And it was what Henry said about it that encouraged me to get my own copy. I’m a fan of… Continue reading Book Review: There is No Right Way to Meditate and Other Lessons by Yumi Sakugawa