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“No place to go” is not a not about a soul searching experience, but rather about a place when you really need to go. In other words, when nature calls. If...

Hollie Overton’s third novel takes us to LA, where Ash lives with her foster mother Becca. Everything is going well except Ash has been lying to Becca:...

The summer is over… but you can make it last a little longer with the perfect summer read – the first of the Little Bridge Island series by Meg Cabot! “No...

“I was born on 4 January 1972 on Alderney, one of the Channel Islands. My father was Patrick and he left when I was two years old. I raised myself from...

Intrigued by our latest book club review of How to Find Home? You can win yourself a copy with us! For your chance to win a copy, simply complete the...

“His voice always smacked me hard in the stomach, so hard I could fold with the force of it. I suppose I shouldn’t want that feeling but it can make...

Empathetic, thought-provoking and deeply moving. If you know Moriarty’s books, you know she writes about distressing and very difficult topics. Seven...

“Imagine if England was a really poor country where you couldn’t earn a living wage, where it was too dangerous to leave the house because...

This months’ book of the month was The Language of Kindness: A Nurse’s Story by Christie Watson. It’s a true account of Christie’s time working...

Let’s get spooky! Boys and girls of every age, Wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Come with us and you will see This, our town...

I devoured this book. It may sound like a cliché, but it is true (and not just because I was holiday and had time to read at my leisure). I think it actually...

Some books turn out to be completely different from what you imagined. This one was a struggle for me to finish. If you follow our Reader’s Corner segment...

I’m just going to come out and say it, awful auntie is weird. But I don’t think David Walliams would want it any other way. For a children’s play,...

It’s both a thriller and a book set in a bookstore – what more could you want? I will always favour books with librarians, booksellers or bookworms,...

Brit(ish) is about a search for identity. It is about the everyday racism that plagues British society. It is about our awkward, troubled relationship...

The shop windows are lined with hearts and red ribbon, pink cupcakes in the bakeries and everyone seems to have advice on how to find THE ONE. Here is...

Dear Reader, Welcome to my lunch break. Please don’t feel like you have been squeezed into my day, typing with one hand and eating with the other....

If I’m being totally honest with you I wasn’t that fussed on seeing The Curious Incident. My preferred form of escapism is fantasy. But I’m glad...

The hugely successful Broadway production is finally making its UK and European premiere. I recall seeing advertisements for this show some 18 months before...

Here is a feel-good book for you. It is the kind which simply falls into place at the end, where stories come together. It is, as it reflects the idea...

I rarely go elsewhere but on Twitter and right here to share books I am passionate about. And I am careful with praise, because most readers have such...

Big Little Lies – the mini series is out on HBO. It is based on my favourite book by Liane Moriarty. Apparently Reese Witherspoon agrees, because she...

Gap years and travel adventures are often for young people, they say. When I tell anyone about my latest trip, I often hear “I wish I had travelled when...

As it’s the season of love, let’s talk romance! I asked you to pick between the Brontë sisters – and you chose Emily; great! Emily Brontë is...