The Foundling

After reading Stacey Halls’ debut novel The Familiars a few months ago, I was excited to sink my teeth into her second book. And it did not disappoint! The Foundling, set in London in 1754, is at its core about motherhood, trauma and women’s relationships with each other. Rating: ★★★★☆ The story revolves around BessContinue reading “The Foundling”

My Top 5 Books of 2020

As enthusiastic as I was about starting a blog back in June, I have to admit that after the initial excitement it kind of fell by the wayside. 2020 was a bit of a strange year for creative endeavours, because on one hand I had more time and a lot of drive to create –Continue reading “My Top 5 Books of 2020”

Radio: A Novel

When I first considered starting a blog, I was incredibly insecure about it. Actually, I almost didn’t even do it. I had so many doubts, so many niggling insecurities. What if nobody reads it? What if nobody likes the books I like to read? Should I really let the world know that I prefer TerryContinue reading “Radio: A Novel”

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