REVIEW: The Cast by Danielle Steel

In brief: Kait is an empty nester and a chance conversation at a party inspires her to write the story of a new TV series. When work starts, she has a new family to look after… The good: Like the blend of family and work family. The not-so-good: I want to know more about the... Continue Reading →


Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 4/6/18

I'm quite happy to leave last week behind as it was full of frustrations. Sometimes I really feel that common sense should be renamed 'rare sense'. I received one book in the mail which sounds great and bought two by authors I really enjoy: Ghosted by Rosie Walsh (released 12th June, RRP $29.99) was a delightful... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce

In brief: Emmy applies for a job, thinking it's a gateway to becoming a War Correspondent. Unfortunately, she's typing letters for the agony aunt of Woman's Friend magazine. The good: It's sweet and fun with a jolly tone. The not-so-good: So terribly sad in places. Why I chose it: Sent to me by Pan Macmillan... Continue Reading →

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