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My First Guest Post

Monica Lee

Here on Connie’s World, it is my pleasure to welcome Monica Lee, the author of Church Sweet Home and three other books. Today, she writes about home, a topic we both address in our respective memoirs. 582 more words


Book Review: Dear Girls

I thoroughly enjoyed both of Ali Wong’s comedy specials and adored Always Be My Maybe. She’s not afraid to be raunchy while still embracing the epitome of femininity. 215 more words

Food For Thought

Book Review: Stories of the Sahara

“When I first arrived in the desert, I desperately wanted to be the first female explorer to cross the Sahara. The thought of it used to keep me up all night back in Europe. 1,005 more words


Still Circling: An Interview With Stephanie Danler, Author of Stray

Stephanie Danler’s debut novel Sweetbitter was a runaway bestseller and established her as an exciting new voice in fiction. For the follow-up, Danler has turned to memoir. 740 more words

Author Interviews

Monday morning medley

4.03am and I am awake for the third time in the night.  I decide to experiment with Allan Jenkin’s recommendation that early mornings are a daily opportunity well worth getting out of bed for.  1,020 more words

Wild Words From Lockdown Land

Book Review: Educated

This book is really something else.

For the past three days I’ve been trying to make some sense of this reading and I’m not sure I finished absorbing it all. 729 more words


Fae reviews: The Stray Cats of Homs by Eva Nour

Title: The Stray Cats of Homs

Author: Eva Nour

Genres: Historical Fiction

Target Audience: Adults

Pages: 384

Publication date: 14/05/2020 (UK)

My rating: ★★★★★ (5/5) 867 more words