Today, it’s a review about a brilliant book that I can’t wait to share. It’s the lyrical, beautiful, descriptive and mesmerising, Permission by Saskia Vogel, published by Dialogue books.
This is a book that I have been waiting and wanting to read for a very long time. It was easily one of my most anticipated reads of the year and it didn’t disappoint. Today, I’m talking all about the brilliant What Red Was by Rosie Price. Just a warning, this book is about rape, the aftermath of rape, self harm, drug abuse and more.
Today, it’s an exciting post that I can’t wait to share with you! In this post, it’s all about the brilliant novel Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata. I raced through this read and I’m still thinking about it.
Today, it’s a very exciting post as it’s a blog tour all for Gillian McAllister’s new book, The Evidence Against You, published by Michael Joseph.
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.
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.