REVIEW: Go as a River by Shelley Read

In brief: Victoria’s life is changed after meeting a stranger on the street of a small town. What she does next will be guided by his parting words, ‘go as a river’. The good: Well written and captivating story. The not-so-good: I read this over the course of a weekend! Why I chose it: Thanks... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Compulsion by Kate Scott

In brief: Lucy’s life is hedonistic to say the least. She blows it all up to retreat to a small seaside town, but a lot of ways follow her. Can quiet Robin be the change she needs? The good: Lots of great music referenced. The not-so-good: A bit repetitive – party, music, sex, drugs, repeat.... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 25/7/22

A very rainy week here – nearly everything is dripping! Fortunately, the books remained dry: Her Fidelity by Katharine Pollock (available 16th August)arrived thanks to Penguin. Kathy has worked at a record store for half her life. Many of her friends have moved on, but Kathy’s stuck in her groove. Should she move forward and... Continue Reading →

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