I've been nominated for this award by Inge of The Belgian Reviewer Thanks Inge. 🙂 What is the Mystery Blogger Award? “Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every... Continue Reading →
I'd like to welcome Gayle Curtis, author of Too Close to my blog today for the first Q & A at Secret Library. Too Close was published in paperback on 1st December by Bonnier Zaffre. You can read my review here. What was the inspiration for Too Close? The relationships between siblings, especially conflicting ones... Continue Reading →
Here’s a Q&A I did recently for Inge@TheBelgianReviewer
I welcome Nicki from Secret Library today to my select group of Blog Friends. Nicki is quite the cook. She would love to try out making fish soup after reading the book I ♥soup by Beverly LeBlanc. On a more bookish note, she started her blog in 2012 but really started blogging regularly as from June this year. Nicki participates in Standalone Sundays, a weekly meme where standalone books are given some special attention. (hear, hear).
She likes several genres: women’s fiction – be it contemporary or historical, romance – but not too cheesy – and thrillers. There’s only one condition for that last one: a book has to hook her from the first few chapters or it doesn’t make it. She’s a really nice and friendly person and I invite you all to go to her blog and give her a like if you haven’t already!
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Book Blurb "Grayson Perry has been thinking about masculinity - what it is, how it operates, why little boys are thought to be made of slugs and snails - since he was a boy. Now, in this funny and necessary book, he turns round to look at men with a clear eye and ask, what... Continue Reading →
I'm enjoying Corrie Jackson's debut novel Breaking Dead , and love this description I read the other day. The main character Sophie is describing another character in this sentence " I lost count of the conversations cut short by Liam's cheekbones entering the room". It's a great description and immediately made me think of the... Continue Reading →