Do you write Book Reviews? If so, good for you. Reviews not only help readers make more informed choices on their next read but it also support authors. I don't get much time to read. I'm constantly surrounded by distractions. But, I wanted that to change. So last year, I set my target low at … Continue reading Book Reviews of 2019
I have always wanted to write a novel about faeries so this was to be a fun read and research into how someone else has done it.
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I picked this book up at YALC and had no idea what I was getting myself in for. I was attracted by the cover, the blurb and the offer of a free tote bag.
This book was so much more than a resource on surnames.
If you’ve decided to attend Felixstowe Book Festival, I am going to tell you how to make your visit even better!
This is the first book in a trilogy.
It is set in the Middle East, in the desert, I'm a world with magic and mythical creatures.
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Originally, I hadn't bought a ticket to this event as I thought it was only for children and accompanying adults. When I discovered I could attend, I bought a last minute ticket and I am so glad I did.
This article has beautiful pictures, capturing a moment in time when women of the library took to horseback to deliver books to those in need during the Great Depression in America. This article is by Ash D Solomon and I had to share it with you. https://ashdsolomon.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/librarian-women-of-the-great-depression-take-to-horseback-to-deliver-books-3/
Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post listing literary festivals taking place in the UK throughout the UK that have caught my eye. To read the full list, please click here.
This post is to remind you of those taking place this Spring.