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REVIEW: Take It From Me  by Jamie Beck
9th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Take It From Me by Jamie Beck

Take It From Me by Jamie Beck: Judgement is the harsh overlord that seems to disrupt normal life across all facets in this ditty, or at the very least, the overarching theme suggests as much. Moving to suburbia as a way of researching and hopefully saving her writing career, Harper is […]

REVIEW: Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson
7th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson

Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson: With dark humour splattered neatly throughout every page, Love in the Time of Serial Killers is an exploration of what it means to love when you have braced your heart for the worst of the worst, actually falling in love and […]

REVIEW: This Might Be Too Personal by Alyssa Shelasky
24th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: This Might Be Too Personal by Alyssa Shelasky

This Might Be Too Personal by Alyssa Shelasky: Whilst a general plot was something a little challenging to hold onto until a third of the way through, this quasi biographical character-based narrative certainly punched within it’s weight. Initially, it was challenging to hold on to Alyssa, her New York chic life-style […]

REVIEW: Typecast by Andrea J. Stein
18th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Typecast by Andrea J. Stein

Typecast by Andrea J. Stein: Settled back in her home town, granted 7 or so years ago, Callie definitely has mixed feelings about her A type personality sister Nina and family moving in whilst their house undergoes some renovation work. Feeling pretty comfortable in her job as a Pre-School Teacher, it […]

REVIEW: The Lost Ticket by Freya Sampson
20th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Lost Ticket by Freya Sampson

The Lost Ticket by Freya Sampson: Shaped as a fairly stock-standard middle class English girl, Libby’s life plan goes pear shaped when boyfriend of 8 years Simon embraces his ‘self-discovery’ mission – aka, had an affair and kicked her out. Thinking temporarily, Libby is quickly ushered out by her judgmental […]

REVIEW: Mika in Real Life by  Emiko Jean
18th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Mika in Real Life by Emiko Jean

Mika in Real Life by Emiko Jean: With a dash of self-deprecation and a smattering of alternative spirit, Mika in Real Life is a slow burn that needs a trigger warning. With her life seemingly falling apart again, Mika receives contact from her daughter Penny who she gave up for adoption […]

REVIEW: The Fixer Upper by Lauren Forsythe
11th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Fixer Upper by Lauren Forsythe

The Fixer Upper by Lauren Forsythe: Marketing guru Aly, operates daily with the calm confidence that she has truly settled into the type of self-reliance experienced as a well rounded adult. A go-to at her marketing company, on track to win the hard earned promotion, she truly believes she is living […]

REVIEW: Stiletto Sisterhood by Fallon DeMornay
16th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Stiletto Sisterhood by Fallon DeMornay

Stiletto Sisterhood by Fallon DeMornay: Singing the song of sisterhood loud and clear, this well delivered RomCom had heart in spades. Exploring the deep bonds between five spectacular young women who are chasing their dreams in their 20s, we are presented with some light touches on some meaty issues, and more […]

REVIEW: Nothing But The Truth by Holly James
6th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Nothing But The Truth by Holly James

Nothing But The Truth by Holly James: After being stood up by her boyfriend Caleb on her birthday eve, a man who she believes to be her future husband, Lucy is provided a pity drink by a hot bartender who observes she’s not interested in her martini nor engaged terribly with […]

REVIEW: Dreaming of Flight by Catherine Ryan Hyde
19th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Dreaming of Flight by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Dreaming of Flight by Catherine Ryan Hyde: In a very new world meets old, our hero Stewie steals the hearts of those who believed age and weariness had robbed them of feeling. Namely, ‘Marilyn’ aka Jean who believed she no longer had the capacity to love and who allows Stewie to […]