*Mother's Only Child was purchased by myself however this post does contain affiliate links, which means I can make a small percentage of money for sales, at no additional cost to you. The Blurb Maria is a girl with a great talent for design. Although the world is embroiled in war, all she can think… Continue reading Mother’s Only Child by Anne Bennett
*Guest post Many dystopian books all have the same feeling around them. The world sucks, but everyone is meant to think that everything is amazing and perfect, set up in a way that allows them to live their best life. The Girl Who Dared to Think is a dystopian book much like this, but the… Continue reading The Girl Who Dared to Think
Dorothy Richardson is existing just above the poverty line, doing secretarial work at a dentist's office and living in a seedy boarding house in Bloomsbury, when she is invited to spend the weekend with a childhood friend, Jane.
I started reading books written by Daisy Styles a couple of years ago when a friend gave me the book "The Bomb Girls" (2016). The style of writing made me feel I was being instantly transported to wartime Britain. Daisy describes everything with so much detail that I actually could see myself working alongside the… Continue reading Book Review: The Bomb Girl Brides by Daisy Styles
Welcome to my book review of Water Gypsies by Annie Murray. I was really excited to reading this book as soon as I got it for two reasons. Firstly, Annie Murray is one of my favourite authors. Her style of writing and vivid descriptions capture my imagination instantly. Annie's books often run in a series… Continue reading Water Gypsies by Annie Murray