I’m very excited to be sharing this review with you today – it’s a book that I am in love with – even after finishing reading it. There’s also a lot of love for this book everywhere too. It’s a read that is making everyone smile and hopeful, too. It is of course, The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary.
The long list for the Women’s Prize For Fiction 2019 has been released for a while now and everyone has their reading lists sorted. When I saw the list released, I immediately wanted to read Ordinary People by Diana Evans. And, my God, what an extraordinary book.
Today is a very exciting post as it’s a blog tour all about this brilliant book: Nobody’s Wife by Laura Pearson. I’ve read this book quite a while ago but it’s still fresh in my mind with it’s gripping story and wonderful flawed characters…
I have a very exciting post to share with you today! Today, it’s all about this brilliant anthology Proud, compiled by Juno Dawson and published by Stripes Publishing. In the anthology, there are stories and poetry all to do with theme of pride with accompanying artwork. Along with a review from me, I’ll also be sharing a blog from artist Leo Greenfield about how he created his stunning piece of work. It’s really something special.
I have a slight obsession with Max Porter and his books at the moment. I just love everything about his books and his writing. You know that feeling that when you read a book, it speaks to you, and you just think: this book is me? It’s hard to explain (but I’m sure you get the gist) but this what I feel when I’m reading his books. A sense of comfort but getting lost in the magic of it all along the way – especially in Lanny...
This is the book of the moment, a cultural sensation and everyone is talking about it. It’s, of course, Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins-Reid.
Kristen Roupenian is the author the first short story to go viral, Cat Person. And now she has her first collection of short stories, You Know You Want This.