Review: Nineteen Letters, by Jodi Perry

This was an interesting read. I’ll admit that I’m not one for romance novels, unless they’re tied up with an adventure story or some kind of other main plotline. So with that in mind, I decided to take a chance on Jodi Perry’s Nineteen Letters. And I’m glad I did. The story is sweet, unusual…

Blogging problems: book overload

I wasn’t quite sure how to broach this subject with you guys, because it’s both personal and so very sensitive a subject to quite a lot of people. And that subject is stress- or anxiety. Blogging is all well and good- and to be fair, it’s what I enjoy and devote quite a large chunk…

Review: The Weight of Shadows, by Karl Holton

A warm thank-you before I start to Karl Holton, who very kindly lent me a copy of his book to review. Down to business, then: The Weight of Shadows was my designated airplane read on a recent holiday, which is always a risky business as you’re a captive audience for the entire three hours it…

Review: Anything for Her, by G. J Minett

Have you ever bumped into an old ex-flame, and wondered what if? G. J Minett breathes fresh life into that idea with his new thriller Anything for Her. And he definitely amps it up to new heights: what if that ex-flame wanted you to stage her death? And what happens when you start to suspect that all is…

Review: The Broken Girls, by Simone St. James

What more could you ask from a thriller? It has suspense, mystery, characters that you care about and stakes that actually feel real- and high. This book is going to be one of those I press onto family and friends like the book-loving nerd I am, because it is so good. At the centre of…