Six Degrees of Separation from Sanditon to The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant

It’s the first Saturday of the month, which means a new round of #6degrees, and this month’s starting book is Sanditon by Jane Austen, her last novel, which was also unfinished. Despite loving Jane Austen, I have never read Sanditon. The unfinished aspect of it has always bothered me. I don’t want to read something … Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from Sanditon to The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant

#BlogTour: Josephine’s Garden by Stephanie Parkyn

Josephine’s Garden... About the Book: A captivating story of love, nature and identity in Napoleon's France France, 1794. In the aftermath of the bloody end to the French Revolution, Rose de Beauharnais stumbles from prison on the day she is to be guillotined. Within a decade, she'll transform into the scandalous socialite who marries Napoleon … Continue reading #BlogTour: Josephine’s Garden by Stephanie Parkyn

Book Review: The Weekend by Charlotte Wood

The Weekend... About the Book: The brilliant new novel from Charlotte Wood, acclaimed author of The Natural Way of Things. Four older women have a lifelong friendship of the best kind: loving, practical, frank and steadfast. But when Sylvie dies, the ground shifts dangerously for the remaining three. Can they survive together without her? They … Continue reading Book Review: The Weekend by Charlotte Wood

Book Review: Your Own Kind of Girl by Clare Bowditch

Your Own Kind of Girl... About the Book: ARIA Award-winning singer and actress Clare Bowditch confronts her inner critic in this no-holds-barred memoir. This is the story I promised myself, aged twenty-one, that I would one day be brave enough - and well enough - to write. Clare Bowditch has always had a knack for … Continue reading Book Review: Your Own Kind of Girl by Clare Bowditch