Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry

If you tell me there is a book out where the setting is book related (i.e., publishers, library etc) I will go straight for it. So, when I heard about Book Lovers I couldn’t resist. This time we travel to America to Nora Stephens, a cut throat literary agent who doesn’t have much luck inContinue reading “Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry”

Top Book Releases for August 2022

I can’t believe we are coming to the end of July, where has the month gone?? This month I am starting a new feature, which is inspired by my friend’s own feature, over at Desert Bookshelf So, without further ado here are my most anticipated book releases for August.

Book Review – The New Doctor at Peony Practice by Christie Barlow

I last read a book from the Love Heart Lane series back in December last year, which was Heartcross Castle. This was the second book I had read in the series and I loved both of them, so when I saw a new title from the series on NetGalley I jumped straight on it. ThisContinue reading “Book Review – The New Doctor at Peony Practice by Christie Barlow”

Speaking LITerally podcast- Episode 15 – Interview with Gillian Libby

Hi bookish peeps, It’s that time again, another episode of our Speaking LITerally podcast is live. This month we speak to the lovely Gillian Libby about her debut novel, Four Ways to Wear a Dress. Find out about Gillilan’s favourite authors, who inspires her and a special sneak peek at what she is working onContinue reading “Speaking LITerally podcast- Episode 15 – Interview with Gillian Libby”

Book Review – Immanuel by Matthew McConaught

If you had said to me a year ago I would be reading a book about religion, cults and megachurches, I would have laughed in your face. I am not particularly a religious person, although I do believe in something else out there, I am just not sure what. But, I was gifted this byContinue reading “Book Review – Immanuel by Matthew McConaught”

Book Review – Summer at Primrose Tower by Annie Robertson

This book was gifted to me by Welbeck Publishing in exchange for an honest review. I read the author’s previous novel, Christmas at Lobster Bay so I was very excited to jump into this one. The main protagonist of this story is Jennie, a passionate florist who has just been offered an apprenticeship of aContinue reading “Book Review – Summer at Primrose Tower by Annie Robertson”

Book Review – The Colour Storm by Damian Dibben

I first heard of this book from a wonderful friend of mine, whom I met on Bookstagram but can now say is a true friend after meeting her in real life. I can’t deny that the first thing which attracted me to this book was the cover, I mean seriously, look at it. It isContinue reading “Book Review – The Colour Storm by Damian Dibben”

New Podcast Episode- Speaking LITerally podcast- 1 Year Anniversary!!

Yes that’s right, Speaking LITerally has turned one and we had such a blast recording this one (we do every time but this one was especially great) Our special anniversary podcast episode is now live on any platform you listen to podcasts on. Listen to me and my best American buddy, @azdesert_bookworm spend an hourContinue reading “New Podcast Episode- Speaking LITerally podcast- 1 Year Anniversary!!”

Book Tour – Airside by James Swallow

What would you do if you found a duffle bag filled with 2 million euros? This is the foundation of today’s review and book tour. Thanks to welbeck publishing for gifting me a copy in exchange for an honest review, and for inviting me to take part in this book tour… 📚Book Review 📚 AirsideContinue reading “Book Tour – Airside by James Swallow”

Book Review – The Vanishing Triangle by Claire McGowan

I have always been interested in true crime, but I must admit I haven’t read many true crime novels so when I saw this book I was intrigued. Coming from a strong Irish background, this book instantly caught my eye, as I have always been fascinated with the history of Ireland, the good, the badContinue reading “Book Review – The Vanishing Triangle by Claire McGowan”