Write It All Down – Cathy Rentzenbrink

Published By: Pan MacmillanPages: 240Released On: 06/01/2022 Why do we write and what stops us? How does the urge to express ourselves fight with the worry that no one will care or that we will get in trouble? How do we identify and overcome everything that gets in our way so we can start makingContinue reading “Write It All Down – Cathy Rentzenbrink”

How to Stop Time – Matt Haig

Published By: CanongatePages: 325Date Released: 06/07/2017 “The first rule is that you don’t fall in love”, he said… “There are other rules too, but that is the main one. No falling in love. No staying in love. No daydreaming of love. If you stick to this you will just about be okay.” A love storyContinue reading “How to Stop Time – Matt Haig”

A Spark of Light – Jodi Picoult

Published By: Hodder & StoughtonPages: 355Date Released: 30/10/2018 The warm fall day starts like any other at the Center – a women’s reproductive health services clinic – its staff offering care to anyone who passes through its doors. Then, in late morning, a desperate and distraught gunman bursts in and opens fire, taking all insideContinue reading “A Spark of Light – Jodi Picoult”

Miss Marley – Vanessa Lafaye and Rebecca Mascull

Published By: HQPages: 162Date Released: 01/11/2018 Before A Christmas Carol there was…Miss Marley. A seasonal tale of kindness and goodwill. Orphans Clara and Jacob Marley live by their wits, scavenging for scraps in the poorest alleyways of London, in the shadow of the workhouse. Every night, Jacob promises his little sister ‘tomorrow will be better’Continue reading “Miss Marley – Vanessa Lafaye and Rebecca Mascull”

The Winter Garden – Heidi Swain

Published By: Simon and SchusterPages: 400Date Released: 01/10/2020 Freya Fuller is estranged from her parents and has been following her childhood dream of becoming a gardener ever since. When an opportunity to design a winter garden opens up at a Victorian property in Nightingale Square, Freya jumps at the chance to make a fresh start.Continue reading “The Winter Garden – Heidi Swain”

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day – Milly Johnson

Published By: Simon & SchusterPages: 416Date Released: 29/10/2020 It’s nearly Christmas and it’s snowing, hard. Deep in the Yorkshire Moors nestles a tiny hamlet, with a pub at its heart. As the snow falls, the inn will become an unexpected haven for six people forced to seek shelter there… Mary has been trying to getContinue reading “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day – Milly Johnson”

One More For Christmas – Sarah Morgan

Published By: Harper CollinsPages: 416Date Released: 06/10/2020 For sisters Samantha and Ella Mitchell, Christmas is their most precious time of the year – a time for togetherness, love and celebration. Most of all, it’s about making up for everything their childhood Christmases lacked. But this year, they’ll be buying presents for the most unexpected guestContinue reading “One More For Christmas – Sarah Morgan”

The Phone Box at the Edge of the World – Laura Imai Messina

Translated By: Lucy RandPublished By: Manilla PressPages: 416Date Released: 25/06/2020 We all have something to tell those we have lost. When Yui loses her mother and daughter in the tsunami, she wonders how she will ever carry on. Yet, in the face of this unthinkable loss, life must somehow continue. Then one day she hearsContinue reading “The Phone Box at the Edge of the World – Laura Imai Messina”

Charles Dickens: Places and Objects of Interest – Paul Kendall

Published By: Frontline BooksPages: 312Released On: 30/11/2021 Few writers have had a greater impact upon British society than Charles Dickens. His stories, and, in particular, his many memorable characters, highlighted the life of the forgotten poor and disadvantaged within society at a time when Britain was the leading economic and political power in the world.Continue reading “Charles Dickens: Places and Objects of Interest – Paul Kendall”

The Sin Eater – Megan Campisi

Published By: MantlePages: 368Date Released: 23/07/2020 A Sin Eater’s duty is a necessary evil: she hears the final private confessions of the dying, eats their sins as a funeral rite, and so guarantees their souls access to heaven. It is always women who eat sins – since it was Eve who first ate the ForbiddenContinue reading “The Sin Eater – Megan Campisi”