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 Quality Quercus Books Part 1
I am delighted to be publishing the first article of readers reviews of Quercus Books.
By Jan Rosser | 25 Feb 2019
Readers Reviews Of Urbane Publications Part 3
I am delighted to be publishing Part 3 of readers reviews of Urbane books. My thanks to Matthew for donating the books.
By Jan Rosser | 09 Nov 2018
Readers Reviews Of Fabulous Books From Urbane Publications Part 2
Following on from the very popular first article of authors publications, here are some more great readers reviews.
By Jan Rosser | 24 Aug 2018
My Review Of A Perfect Husband By Hilary Boyd
Bestselling author Hilary Boyd has written many wonderful novels, but in her latest she has surpassed herself.
By Margaret James | 14 Mar 2019
Readers Reviews Of Quality Quercus Books Part 2
I'm delighted to be publishing Part 2 of some super reviews of Quercus Books.
By Jan Rosser | 09 May 2020
Readers Reviews Of True Crime Novel - Undercover : Operation Julie - The Inside Story By Stephen Bentley
This is the first time my team of reviewers and I have reviewed a TRUE crime novel. See our posts below!
By Jan Rosser | 21 Mar 2019
My Review of Anne Allen’s The Inheritance
I really enjoy books based on events from history so top marks to The Inheritance, Anne Allen’s seventh book in the Guernsey novel series, a fictional account of Victor Hugo’s exile from France which is set in my favourite Channel Island.
By Marilyn Chapman | 10 May 2019
Synopsis Of KNIGHT: Yorkshireman, Storyteller, Spy
Paula from Ouen Press tells us about this biography by Greg Christie which is released as an Audiobook today June 3rd 2019.
By Jan Rosser | 03 Jun 2019
Grandparents – The Cornerstone Of Family Life
I was amazed to read, the other day, that one in every three people over the age of 50 in the UK is a grandparent.
By Wendy White | 15 Aug 2018
Readers Reviews Of Akea By Elizabeth Jade
Elizabeth Jade's mother Amanda Barton has very kindly donated copies of Akea and readers reviews are given below.
By Jan Rosser | 22 Mar 2019
Reviewing The Book Of Wonders By Julien Sandrel
The title of this book makes you want to open it straight away and start reading.
By Jan Rosser | 27 Jun 2019
Readers Reviews Of A Random Act Of Kindness By Sophie Jenkins
Sabah Khan from Avon Books has donated copies of A Random Act of Kindness and I am delighted to feature readers reviews of Sophie Jenkins latest novel.
By Jan Rosser | 04 Jul 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Posthumous Adventures Of Harry Whittaker By Bobbie Darbyshire
Sandstone Press have kindly donated five copies of this book and readers reviews are now ready to share with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 15 Jul 2019
Readers Reviews Of KNIGHT, Yorkshire Man, Storyteller, Spy by Greg Christie
Paula Comley from Ouen Press has donated three copies of KNIGHT to two of my lucky reviewers and one to me. Here are our reviews to share with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 22 Jul 2019
Readers Reviews Of All Summer With You By Beth Good
Ella Patel from Quercus Books has very kindly sent out copies of Beth Good latest novel and I'm pleased to be sharing readers reviews with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 12 Aug 2019
Family learning, The People’s Book Prize and The String Games
I am delighted my debut novel The String Games has been longlisted in The People’s Book Prize for fiction 2019.
By Gail Aldwin | 04 Aug 2019
My Review Of The House Of Hopes And Dreams By Trisha Ashley
This delicious new romantic comedy from the Sunday Times bestselling novelist is four hundred pages of pure delight, with recipes as well!
By Margaret James | 12 Apr 2018
Readers Reviews Of The Final Reckoning By Margaret James
Novelist Margaret James has a new thriller out which was published by Ruby Fiction on January 22nd 2019.
By Jan Rosser | 24 Jan 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Foundling School For Girls By Elizabeth Gill
Ella from Quercus very kindly sent out copies of Elizabeth's latest novel to reviewers and here are their posts.
By Jan Rosser | 14 Sep 2019
Readers Reviews Of The String Games By Gail Aldwin
The String Games by Gail Aldwin is published by Victoriana Press. Three copies have been donated and I now include two of the reviews.
By Jan Rosser | 28 Aug 2019
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 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
My Review Of The Forgotten Guide To Happiness By Sophie Jenkins
When novelist Lana Green’s literary agent tells Lana that her second, as-yet-unpublished novel is actually never going to be published because it’s depressing, bleak and bitter, Lana is upset but not really surprised that her novel about rejection has been rejected.
By Margaret James | 16 Aug 2018
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
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
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
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
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
Synopsis And Readers Reviews Of A Long Dark Rainbow By Michael Tappenden
Philippa Iliffe of The Book Guild Ltd very kindly sent out copies of The Long Dark Rainbow to reviewers. Author Michael Tappenden starts off with a synopsis.
By Jan Rosser | 02 Nov 2019
Readers Reviews Of The Bobby Girls By Johanna Bell
My reviewers have been reading their copies of The Bobby Girls by Johanna Bell
By Jan Rosser | 05 Dec 2019
An Author’s Perspective: Write What You Know Or What You Feel?
If you have thought about writing a book, I hope what follows encourages you to do it, ‘Write what you know’ is an adage, an old one and possibly older than me.
By Stephen Bentley | 01 Feb 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
Readers Reviews Of Dr Dan's Casebook By Laurie Graham
I am delighted to be featuring the latest book by Laurie Graham. See reviews below .
By Jan Rosser | 27 Jan 2020
Readers Reviews Of Fabulous Books From Urbane Publications
Matthew Smith of Urbane Publications very kindly sent out a selection of books to members of the ReviewSpot Book Club.
By Jan Rosser | 18 Jul 2018
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
Readers Reviews Of The Bobby Girls' Secrets By Johanna Bell
I am delighted to share readers reviews of this super book.
By Jan Rosser | 08 Jun 2020
Revisiting Some Childhood Books
I was visiting a friend one day this week and she was looking after her grandson.
By Jan Rosser | 26 Jan 2019
Unspoken By Trevor Belshaw
A dramatic family saga, Unspoken is a tale of secrets, love, betrayal and revenge.
By Trevor Belshaw | 26 Jul 2020
Readers Reviews Of The Ferryman's Daughter By Juliet Greenwood
I am delighted to share readers reviews of The Ferryman's Daughter by Juliet Greenwood.
By Jan Rosser | 29 Jul 2020
The Bridges Of Madison County
I've always been an avid reader, and in 1995 read a book, totally different to my normal reading material, titled The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller.
By Rosemary Ann Smith | 22 Aug 2020
Mango Bay By Serena Fairfax
My latest book is out on September 28th 2020. Below is a synopsis.
By Serena Fairfax | 07 Sep 2020
Readers Reviews Of Mango Bay By Serena Fairfax
I am delighted to share readers reviews of Serena Fairfax latest novel Mango Bay.
By Jan Rosser | 04 Nov 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
Journey to Pandemonium
When I set out in 2009 to become a novelist, I never imagined I would also have a children’s picture book published.
By Gail Aldwin | 26 Nov 2020
Murder At The Mill By Trevor Belshaw
My new novel, Murder at the Mill is now available in Kindle and paperback from Amazon and will very shortly be available in paperback on a worldwide, free shipping basis from the Book Depository.
By Trevor Belshaw | 02 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
My Review Of Emmet And Me By Sara Gethin
I have been sent the latest novel by Sara Gethin to read and review and what a moving and powerful one it is.
By Jan Rosser | 13 Jun 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
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Victory By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to feature 15 reviews of A Ration Book Victory By Jean Fullerton.
By Jan Rosser | 03 Jun 2022
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