My review today is of a novel by Jane Lythell. Woman of the Hour is a behind the scenes look at what happens after the cameras stop rolling. Although a fictional novel, Jane Lythell draws from her own wealth of experience as a TV producer for 15 years.
Today I join debut writer Natalie Fergie on tour with her novel The Sewing Machine. In this book we get to trace the life of one vintage sewing machine as it passes through generations across 100 years. A really lovely read!!
On #IrishWritersWed I am thrilled to be joined by Ann O’ Loughlin with a very interesting post entitled ‘What is in a Name?’ Ann is the author of The Judges Wife, The Ballroom Cafe and the soon to be released The Ludlow Ladies Society
My review today is of a book by the lovely Christine Webber.
Dealing with the issues that arise when suddenly single in your fifties, ‘Who’d Have Thought it?’ is a romantic comedy set against the turbulence which typifies mid-life in today’s society
My review today is of a book a little different. ‘things i should have said and done’ is a novel that challenges our idea of the afterlife. Written by Colette McCormick there is something quite special about this book
My book-review today is of the latest release from Isabelle Broom ‘Then. Now. Always.’ Isabelle Broom writes beautifully and very passionately about a place that is obviously so very special to her in this book. Prepare to escape to the Spanish sunshine…
What a book!! Today I review The American Girl by Irish writer Rachael English. A poignant and captivating story that will steal your heart….
Today I review Keep Me Safe by Daniela Sacerdoti, ‘a heartwrenching novel of a mother and daughter seeking safe haven on an island called Seal’
I am delighted to be reviewing the latest novel from Dawn O’ Porter. The Cows is described as ‘Fearlessly frank and funny’, please read on for my thoughts…
My review today is of the latest release from Amanda Prowse.
The Idea of You asks questions of our society today about what it means to be a mother and a woman and the pressure to achieve ‘that’ perfect balance in a not so perfect world.