Category: Reviews

  • HISTORICAL: The Baker’s Daughter – Sarah McCoy

    HISTORICAL: The Baker’s Daughter – Sarah McCoy

    From My Bookshelf by Lynn Willoughby: The Baker’s Daughter ~ Sarah McCoy[break] A World War II novel from a different perspective. The location is in Garmish Germany, the protagonist is Elsie, a baker’s daughter who is seventeen and waiting for her life to begin. Her friendship with Josef Hub, a rising star in the army […]

  • URBAN FANTASY: Twice Born – Marina Finlayson

    URBAN FANTASY: Twice Born – Marina Finlayson

    About the Book: Still grieving her beloved son, Kate O’Connor’s just going through the motions. She doesn’t care that strangers often shadow her on the unorthodox courier jobs she does for a friend. She doesn’t even care what’s in the packages until the day she returns from a special rush job with no memory of […]

  • A Reader’s Experience with Indie

    A Reader’s Experience with Indie

    By Pinkmads Picks Nicola Hudson is a self published British New Adult author. I first became aware of her in December 2014 when she held a take over on the Facebook page of a blog that I have followed for a while. I see these happen quite regularly but often miss them either because I’m working […]

  • THRILLERS: In the Name of Honor – Richard North Patterson

    THRILLERS: In the Name of Honor – Richard North Patterson

    From My Bookshelf by Lynn Willoughby: In the Name of Honor ~ Richard North Patterson This is a legal thriller where most of the action takes place in a courtroom. Lt Brian McCarran is on trial for murder and adultery. Both criminal acts in the military. I’m not usually a fan of courtroom drama, but […]

  • From My Bookshelf: Bryce Courtney

    From My Bookshelf: Bryce Courtney

    By Lynn Willoughby Whitethorn ~ Bryce Courtney Some time ago I was invited to lunch and each of us was asked to set our own place to remind us of our favourite author. I chose Courtney as I have been deeply moved by all of his novels, and knew I could defend my choice. Whitethorn was published […]