Ten Years Later by Lisa Marie Latino

My review There comes once in a lifetime, when you think you are reading a chick-lit book, but it turns out to be so much more. This is what I would call a propah women's fiction. This book gave me Carla, a wonderful, strong, humorous, sarcastic woman, who like all of us, has a tiny … Continue reading Ten Years Later by Lisa Marie Latino

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The Wedding That Changed Everything by Jennifer Joyce

My review Being down with the flu, I wanted to read an extremely light feel good book, but I had a condition, the main character should not a dumb, simpering teenagery character. And I am glad to say that this book ticks all my boxes. Alice and Emily, BFF, share a home, when Alice's wicked … Continue reading The Wedding That Changed Everything by Jennifer Joyce

Damselfly by Chandra Prasad

My review Ten teenagers on a plane, returning back home, along with an one-eyed pilot — The plane suddenly crashed, the pilot dead, the kids scattered but soon found themselves but with no mode of contact with the outside world. And then there were eight on a island somewhere in the middle of the Pacific … Continue reading Damselfly by Chandra Prasad

My Sweet Friend by H.A. Leuschel #blogtour #bookexcerpt @shanannigans81

My Sweet Friend by H.A. Leuschel Blog Tour Publication Date: December 6, 2017 Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Women's Fiction A stand-alone novella from the author of Manipulated Lives A perfect friend … or a perfect impostor? Alexa is an energetic and charismatic professional and the new member of a Parisian PR company where she quickly befriends … Continue reading My Sweet Friend by H.A. Leuschel #blogtour #bookexcerpt @shanannigans81

The Pact by S. E. Lynes

My review A story on the backdrop of dangers of social media, with 3 women taking centre stage, is what beckoned me to this book. The mother, Toni, overprotective about her daughter, Rosie, lives with the cool aunt Bridget. Toni and Bridget have their own secretive past, which they can never talk about. Rosie is … Continue reading The Pact by S. E. Lynes

7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names by Travis Tyler

My review The blogging community knows not, the real life people know the truth. I can't remember names!! Oh yes it's true, and it's horrifying. Especially when I go to the conference, and I am caught looking at the name tags to recall my colleagues' names. And these are all the people, I have studied … Continue reading 7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names by Travis Tyler

The Amazon Legacy: Gods & Queens by Zenay Bekele Ben-Yochanan

My review This is a saga, a pure, exciting adventurous saga which starts from the Gods of the Greek mythology, Zeus, his wife Hera and their wager and ends in the life of Amazonian women, the brutalities faced by them and their courage in overcoming the challenges. An amazing book by a brilliant storyteller, who … Continue reading The Amazon Legacy: Gods & Queens by Zenay Bekele Ben-Yochanan

The Long Body That Connects Us All by Rich Marcello

Hark thee, oh weary traveller, scrolling down the posts, listen with your heart what the words say to you Take a moment, savor them, laugh with joy, the beauty that understanding the words bestow on you... My review Such is the ethereal quality of Rich Marcello's words in his book The Long Body That Connects … Continue reading The Long Body That Connects Us All by Rich Marcello

The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount #blogtour #bookexcerpt @shanannigans81 @MistyAMount

Blog Tour: The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount Genre: YA/ Fantasy/ Coming of Age Publication Date: December 28, 2017 Synopsis: Blackness. Nothingness. It was in the shape of a giant, hazy shadow, enveloping me, swallowing me, and digesting me into the unknown. It was my biggest fear and my ultimate fate. Shy, thirteen-year-old Zylia has … Continue reading The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount #blogtour #bookexcerpt @shanannigans81 @MistyAMount

Dark and Darker Faerie Tales by Two Sisters

To Two Sisters I walked down my life, all very busy I received a message, from a missy Read my book, if you please Very busy, sorry, said with ease But the girl and her sweetness, plucked the cords Her love for sister and tales, weaved her words. I couldn't resist, I went to look … Continue reading Dark and Darker Faerie Tales by Two Sisters

Stand by Me by S. D. Robertson

My review I like books which have friendship, love, family, children. Then throw in a little magic, a little miracle, and it should make the book complete. Stand by me started well, with childhood best friend, Elliot, making his appearance in Lisa's life after 20 years when she is struggling with marriage and children. He … Continue reading Stand by Me by S. D. Robertson

Friends and Other Liars by Kaela Coble #blogtour @kaelacoble

I was asked by Liz of Sourcebooks Landmark, to be a part of the blog tour... I was thrilled to bits to receive such a kind offer and in a blink, I accepted. I thank both the author, Kaela Coble and the publisher Sourcebooks Landmark for this honour. And here I go... My review I … Continue reading Friends and Other Liars by Kaela Coble #blogtour @kaelacoble

Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookreview #bookpublicity

My review "In chess, checkmate is defined as a position where the king has been captured and has no place to go. I am trapped like the check-mated king." This is a direct quote and the first line of this book. The author, Rick Lunkenheimer, has a sitting disability. He is unable to sit for … Continue reading Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookreview #bookpublicity