By Charlie Mackesy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Simple, meaningful and gentle, yet strikes right at what makes us human. Everyone should read this beautiful book. You’re age is irrelevant this is for everyone. It’s also a beautiful work of art to add to your bookshelf. It’s a hug in a book. You’re worth it.
The pendant. A celtic triquetra with a heart woven into it. Signifying eternal love. 925 silver. Only available from me & at Man, Myth and Magik in Glastonbury. It’s nearly valentines day, so what could be more perfect. In ‘The Community’ this is the symbol that Jack uses and if you’ve read it you’ll know […]
Just because I really think you’d like this series. Check it out on kindle or message me for signed copies.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Hallow Man by Paul Devine. As you will have seen if you follow my blog, I did a post on this book when it was released. But now its my chance to let you know what I really thought of the book. I was intrigued by the blurb for this novel and it […]
4 out of 5 stars. Find Them Dead by Peter James. This was a nice easy read, exactly what I expect from Peter James. Good characters, good storyline and a relaxing read. If you like courtroom based books then you’ll enjoy this, if you don’t, well, maybe give this one a miss. It’s the 16th […]
The Hallow Man by Paul Devine. There’s a brand new book on the market and I’d like to introduce it and its author to you all. Paul has also offered up a more of an insight beyond the blurb to whet your appetite, when I spoke to him he told me what could be expected […]
5* – a beautiful read. Poetry Paints A Thousand Pictures by Sam Mostyn. “To spell a word is to cast a spell. Imagine the story you wish to tell. Speak the word and watch it swell. This was my introduction to this lovely read. It contains 33 poems which will take you through a myriad […]
I know. I know I shouldn’t share this, but as I’ve been away and now I’m getting back on track with my writing and social media, finding a new review makes me very happy. So I thought I’d share to just to prove I’m back and enjoying writing and publicising again. So bear with me […]