Readers reviews Of We'll Meet Again By Rosie Archer
I am delighted to be sharing readers reviews of Rosie Archer's latest novel. My thanks to Ella at Quercus.
By Jan Rosser | 16 Sep 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Bluebird Girls By Rosie Archer
Quercus Publications have very kindly sent out copies of The Bluebird Girls by Rosie Archer and readers reviews are now here for you to read.
By Jan Rosser | 01 Apr 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
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 My Trip To Ypres To Visit The Menin Gate
I have wanted to visit The Menin Gate in Ypres- now known as Ieper for several years and we at last managed it earlier last month.
By Sheila Holley | 10 Nov 2019
Readers Reviews Of Wren Jane Beacon On The Cut By D J Lindsay
D J Lindsay very kindly sent out copies of his latest book and I now have the reviews back to share with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 28 Nov 2019
Synopsis Of Notes From The Lost by Cathie Hartigan
Isn't it amazing what can happen as the result of a chance conversation?
By Cathie Hartigan | 24 Nov 2019
Auschwitz March 2015
We don’t take cameras. We’re keen photographers but this is not the place.
By Di Castle | 27 Jan 2020
Taking The Old - Time Tram
Do you remember taking the tram to school?
By Douglas J Lindsay | 20 Feb 2020
It was one of the ironies of winning the Second World War that, from about 1948 onwards, Britain was actually worse off than the Continental countries it had defeated or liberated.
By Douglas J Lindsay | 21 Feb 2020
It's Never Too Late To Start Learning A New Musical Instrument!
How are we all surviving the lockdown? Taking up a new hobby?
By Jan Rosser | 23 Apr 2020
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Wedding By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to be featuring readers reviews of Jean Fullerton's latest novel.
By Jan Rosser | 13 May 2020
My Review Of Osborne House On The Isle Of Wight
Our summer holiday at the Isle of Wight was completed with a day at Osborne House.
By Beverley Ann Hopper | 18 Aug 2019
We'll Meet Again By Helen Vereker Singers
Do listen to We'll Meet Again and join in!
By Jan Rosser | 08 May 2020
War Time Experiences Of My Mum Kathleen Cox nee Tirrell (in her own words)
Good friend Sheila Khan has sent me this article written by her mother about her many experinces in WW2.
By Jan Rosser | 10 May 2020
Readers Reviews Of The Forces Sweetheart By Rosie Archer
I am delighted to share readers reviews of Rosie Archer's latest novel.
By Jan Rosser | 10 Aug 2020
Turbulent Times And Seeking The Safe And Secure
What strange times we’re living through!
By Anne Harvey | 12 Sep 2020
Food and Drink
Chickens And A Man-Eating Rabbit. Or How My Mother Fed A Family Of Six When Food Was Still On Ration
I rolled up my sleeves, screwed up my eyes and stretched my arm into the cupboard under the stairs.
By Kay Seeley | 25 Sep 2020
Readers Reviews Of Victory For The Bluebird Girls by Rosie Archer
I am delighted to be featuring readers reviews of the fourth book in this series.
By Jan Rosser | 29 Oct 2020
Congratulations To All The Kids Who Were Born In The 1940's, 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's !!
I have been given permission to publish this article written by Frank Shenton. Makes interesting reading!
By Jan Rosser | 10 Dec 2020
My Review Of The Legacy By Trevor Belshaw
I was sent an ARC copy of Trevor’s latest book and having read Unspoken, I was keen to find out how the characters from Unspoken are shaping up in The Legacy.
By Jan Rosser | 10 Mar 2021
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Daughter By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to be featuring Jean Fullerton on the website once more with a selection of 15 reviews for her new novel, A Ration Book Daughter.
By Jan Rosser | 07 May 2021
The Reckoning by Trevor Belshaw
Secrets emerge from the shadows of the past. The Reckoning is the third and final part of the Unspoken, dual timeline family saga series.
By Trevor Belshaw | 30 Jul 2021
My Review Of Wren Jane Beacon The Brilliant And The Bad By D J Lindsay
I have read all of the Wren Jane Beacon books and was delighted to receive Book 5 from Douglas.
By Jan Rosser | 02 Oct 2021
Hopes and Fears - An Unspoken Christmas Story by Trevor Belshaw
The WW2 Unspoken gang are back, this time in a full-length Christmas story.
By Trevor Belshaw | 07 Oct 2021
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