Ruth Hogan’s debut novel, The Keeper of Lost Things, is the perfect book to curl up with on a cold winter’s day.
Dystopia is my favourite literary genre. So when I read the blurb for Hold Back the Stars, I knew that I definitely needed to read it.
If you’re looking for a feel-good read to brighten up the winter months, you won’t go far wrong with Wendy Holden’s Honeymoon Suite.
Four sisters, family secrets and a touch of romance. These are the basis of Nadiya Hussain’s debut novel, The Secrets of the Amir Sisters.
I’m so late with this month’s intro post! Here’s a very late look at what’s coming up on the blog in January.
My first book review of 2017 is the fabulous My Name is Leon* by Kit de Waal, which was very deservedly shortlisted for the Costa First Book Award 2016.
Christmas is over, and the New Year is just around the corner. Which can only mean that it’s time to kick off my Reading List challenge for 2017!
As the year draws to a close, it’s time to look back at my 2016 Reading Challenge and pick out my 10 favourite books of the year.
My 2016 Reading List challenge is now at an end. Before I launch next year’s challenge, it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months.
With Christmas just a few days away, it’s time for me to close my 2016 Reading List and share with you my final total for the year.