THE BOOK Everyone tells Ginny that she should feel happy. After years in foster care, fourteen year old Ginny is finally with parents who will love her. Yet despite finding her forever family, she knows she will never stop crafting her Big Secret Plan of Escape. Because something heart-breaking happened a long time ago… Continue reading Review – ‘The Original Ginny Moon’ by Benjamin Ludwig
WOW… I don’t know about anyone else but my head is spinning after the Twitter storm last night. My phone is flat out refusing to load Twitter now after 400 plus notifications and is now resting in a quiet, dark room! For those that missed it – Nia over at The Most Sublime posted a request for… Continue reading Thank you #bookbloggers
THE BOOK With her fortieth birthday approaching, Lucy Carpenter thinks she finally has it all: a wonderful new husband, Jonah, a successful career and the chance of a precious baby of her own. Life couldn’t be more perfect. But becoming parents proves much harder to achieve than Lucy and Jonah imagined, and when Jonah’s… Continue reading Review – ‘The Idea of You’ by Amanda Prowse
With thanks to the book tag queen Zuky at Book Bum for tagging me. And also Steff at Little Booky Nook Site for tagging me. I’ve FINALLY got round to doing it! You should check out both of these ladies’ blogs – I love them. Lots of book tagging, lots of reviews and lots of fun! The… Continue reading The Greek Gods Book Tag
Being a bookseller is the best f***ing job in the world. Fact. If you are a book lover there is just no better place in the world than a bookshop, but it is not all glamour and book reading (in fact there’s no book reading during the working day!) I know there are… Continue reading Being A Bookseller – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and The Weird.
THE BOOK Prince’s College, Cambridge, is a peaceful and scholarly community, enlivened by Prudence Pinsent, the Master’s daughter. Spirited, beautiful, and thoroughly unconventional, Prudence is a remarkable young woman. One fine morning she sets out for Suffolk to join her cousin Lord Wellende for a few days’ hunting. On the way Prudence encounters… Continue reading Review – ‘The Incredible Crime’ by Lois Austen-Leigh
The Book Eleanor Oliphant has learned how to survive – but not how to live. Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend. Eleanor Oliphant… Continue reading Review – ‘Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine’ by Gail Honeyman