The Possible World by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz

The Possible world is a lovely story exploring the importance of family, friends and the memories we make with them. It begins with a tragedy. Ben, an anxious 6 year old goes to a birthday party he will never forget. Lucy is working in the hospital when those involved are admitted. I enjoyed reading a... Continue Reading →

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This Is How It Ends by Eva Dolan @eva_dolan @bloomsburybooks @BloomsburyRaven

Ella is campaigning to stop developers knocking down a block of flats. Most residents have been evicted, but a few still remain, clinging onto the hope they can save their homes from destruction. Molly is one of the residents and a very close friend of Ella's. One night, after a party hosted by Ella, a... Continue Reading →

Don’t Close Your Eyes by Holly Seddon @HollySeddon @AtlanticBooks

Robin and Sarah are twins, and both are in a very dark stage in their lives for different reasons. They both hold onto secrets and regret after years of no contact with each other. Those secrets are gradually revealed through the book as the reader understands the love and loss they shared. The chapters are... Continue Reading →

The Child in the Clothes of the Criminal by Anne Goodwin @annecdotist @inspiredquill

Anne Goodwin joins us on the blog today to talk about writing as a child. Her second novel, Underneath, is published tomorrow. The Child in the Clothes of the Criminal by Anne GoodwinAs a reader and writer with a background in psychology I’m interested in how our childhoods shape the adults we become. So in... Continue Reading →

About The Author – Catherine Hokin @cathokin

About the Author My name is Catherine Hokin and I live in the rather brilliant West End of Glasgow. I write historical fiction which focuses on women whose voices have been misheard or misrepresented and about the challenges of power. I also write contemporary short stories which I like to think are a little twisted... Continue Reading →

Beartown by Fredrik Backman @backmanland

To many residents of Beartown, ice hockey is everything. It's their livelihood, their friends and family, and their way out. It's the one thing with any chance of putting Beartown on the map after unemployment and council cuts have ruined the town. This book isn't really about ice hockey, or even Beartown. It's about love,... Continue Reading →

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