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#Review Jennifer Brown's journey by @angielangley0 @JenBJourney

Title: Jennifer Brown’s Journey by Angie Langley.

Publication Date: 17th May 2017

Genre: Women’s fiction/Humour


Five feet one and full of fizz, Jennifer Brown lights up the room. 649 more words

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The Essex Serpent

Two things totally made me buy this one: the cover! 😍, and a rave review from Annie B. Jones (she named it one of her favorite reads of 2017). 244 more words

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Review on Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan

About the author (as seen in the book)

Sarah Morgan is the bestselling author of Sleigh Bells in the Snow. As a child Sarah dreamed of being a writer, and although she took a few interesting detours on the way she is now living that dream. 1,108 more words

Book Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

First book I picked up after S was born. I wanted something that was easy to read with just the right dose of emotion. I am the sort who lets characters and their emotions stay with me long after I have turned the last page on the book.  557 more words


Going Forward: Self-Publish or Trad?

The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.
-Sylvia Plath

First things first! Congratulations to Rebecca Yelland for winning the giveaway hosted by Vania Rheault! Let me tell you what she won: 751 more words

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Curves, Kisses and Chocolate Ice Cream by Sue Watson

My review

We eat either to escape some emotional trauma or to fill an emotional need, and that’s why it is known as comfort food. And this comfort food is almost always something delicious, something ridiculously fattening, and something which fills the mouth with bursts of flavor and hips with a bigger arse. 814 more words

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Where the Sweet Bird Sings by Ella Joy Olsen

My review

This story had such a great plot that I was excited enough to leave all work to read this. But alas and very woefully, I have to admit that this book did not hold my attention. 769 more words

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