Here are four of my latest recommended reads, which you may like to give a go – depending on your mood! And don’t worry, no spoilers.
As I haven’t done a book review for ages I thought it about time I got on with one. I read loads of romance but love a good thriller and gobble up anything to do with psychology in business, so this round of recommendations has one of each! Sweet romanceJane Lovering’s Little Teashop of HorrorsContinue reading “Latest Review Trio”
It’s been a while since I’ve written a post on book recommendations, so I thought it about time that changed. Here are my top 5 recent reads for… A laughWhy Mummy Swears by Gill Sims I found this wrapped up without a tag under my tree at Christmas and it took me a while andContinue reading “Top 5 Reads”
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve read two mystery novels, Alpine For You, by Maddy Hunter, and Real Murders by Charlaine Harris. They were both different in their style but both offered page-turning cliff hangers before climaxing in very satisfying endings (neither of which I saw coming). Alpine For You, Maddy Hunter The blurb:Continue reading “It’s a Mystery, what makes these such tasty reads”
I’ve been making headway recently on the ever-growing tower of books I want to read. Here are three I’ve loved and would highly recommend – 2 fact, one fiction: Grit, by Angela Duckworth Professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, Angela Duckworth has dedicated her life’s work to discovering what makes someone stick atContinue reading “Books I’m loving – New Recommendations”
Back in October last year I was on a writing weekend course in Derbyshire where I met a lovely lady called Patricia Pitt. Patricia was fascinating as she’d completed a romantic fiction novel, entitled Hannah Kimble, and self published it. I’ve just finished reading Hannah Kimble and can highly recommend it to anyone who enjoysContinue reading “Exclusive interview with Patricia Pitt, author of Hannah Kimble”