Synopsis Of Wren Jane Beacon On The Cut
The Cut: In 1941 there were still many professional workers on the English canal system, and they referred to the canals as ‘The Cut’.
By Douglas J Lindsay | 27 Oct 2019
Reviewing Ninja Blender & Soup Maker HB150UK
How exciting to be sent the new Ninja Blender and Soup Maker from Ninja Kitchen!
By Jan Rosser | 25 Oct 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Little B&B At Cove End By Linda Mitchelmore
Harper Collins have very kindly sent out Spiral Bound copies of this novel and I am delighted to share readers reviews below.
By Jan Rosser | 19 Oct 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Matchgirl By Lynette Rees
My thanks to Ella Patell, Quercus Books for donating copies of The Matchgirl. Readers reviews are now in.
By Jan Rosser | 14 Oct 2019
Reviewing My September Visit To Guernsey
Many years ago, I remember being captivated when watching a video (remember those?) about Guernsey.
By Anne Harvey | 13 Oct 2019
Reviewing The Joys of Childhood Games - Conkers, Leapfrog, Tiddlywinks And Many More!
I keep thinking about my childhood games and wonder how many of the below ones still being played?
By Jan Rosser | 12 Oct 2019
ReviewSpot Topical News Quiz Week 78
Welcome to Week 78 of the Topical News Quiz!
By Jan Rosser | 08 Oct 2019
How To Help Your Child With Reading
As a Dyslexia tutor and someone who regularly assessed students in Further and Higher Education for examination arrangements, I am often asked what parents can do to help their child with reading
By Di Castle | 06 Oct 2019
Forty Years On - Plus!
How many of us, singing that song in school assemblies all those years ago, could imagine ourselves forty years hence, let alone meeting up with our old school mates?
By Anne Harvey | 05 Oct 2019
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Childhood By Jean Fullerton
Sophie from Atlantic books has very kindly sent out copies to my team of reviewers. Here are their posts.
By Jan Rosser | 03 Oct 2019
ReviewSpot Topical News Quiz Week 77
Welcome to Week 77 of the Topical News Quiz.
By Jan Rosser | 01 Oct 2019
Cruising - Life Aboard the World Famous Mauritania Ship
After working on the Queen Mary as a hairdresser for three and a half years, I was transferred to the Mauretania.
By June Tate | 30 Sep 2019
The Journey Into Social Media Of A Newbie Self-Published Author
When Grandma’s Poetry Book was published, I was the greenest, most self-absorbed, self-published author on the planet.
By Di Castle | 29 Sep 2019
A Life At Sea - Sailing Aboard World Class Ships The Queen Mary and the Queen Elizabeth
When I was twenty four, I wanted to get away from home.
By June Tate | 29 Sep 2019
What Will Become Of Lovely Photos When I Have Gone?
I have been reading the article “The Lost Generation. Is This The End Of The Photo Album? Written by Di Castle”
By Sheila Khan | 26 Sep 2019
ReviewSpot Topical News Quiz Week 76
Welcome to Week 76 of the Topical News Quiz!
By Jan Rosser | 24 Sep 2019
The Little B&B At Cove End
‘Write what you know’ is one of the bits of writing advice oft-quoted to wannabe novelists. So … The Little B&B at Cove End?
By Linda Mitchelmore | 22 Sep 2019
The Lost Generation. Is This The End Of The Photo Album?
When was the last time saw an album of someone’s family photos and, more importantly, when was the last time you looked – yes really looked – at your own family photographs?
By Di Castle | 21 Sep 2019
ONE MAN, FOUR CHILDREN. HOW HARD CAN IT BE?
Armed with a pristine copy of ‘The Complete Guide to Childcare’,
ambitions to be the next literary giant and live off the grid,
what could possibly go wrong?
‘Five minutes after Brigit’s maternity leave ended,
I realised the magnitude of my error.
I crashed into a world of mainly strong, resourceful,
resilient women, a mountain of nappies to rival Kilimanjaro
and a widening gap where my self-esteem used to reside.’
I am a man. I soon discovered this was not an excuse…?'
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The Final Reckoning is an atmospheric, twisty thriller set in the peaceful (or maybe not so peaceful) Herefordshire countryside.
When Lindsay Ellis was a teenager, he stumbled across the dead body of her boyfriend Simon’s father, who had been battered to death.
Someone in the village knows who murdered Simon's father, and why.
Does the actual killer suspect Lindsay also knows the identity of the murderer, and is Lindsay now in great danger, too?
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