I love the blank slate that a new year offers. Lucy Diamond's latest book was therefore the perfect choice for my first read of 2022 with its apt title Anything Could Happen.
Book review: We Are Not Like Them by Christine Pride and Jo Piazza
When an unarmed black teenager is shot by police officers in America, the story of We Are Not Like Them begins.
Book review: The Country Village Winter Wedding by Cathy Lake
Heart-warming and uplifting - everything you could want a festive rom-com to be.
Book review: Giften by Leyla Suzan
A great new addition to the YA dystopian canon. Perfect for fans of Eve of Man, Divergent and Flawed.
Book review: Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris
Have you ever heard of a Mummy Concierge? This brilliant book lifts the lid on a support service you never knew you wanted!
Author interview: Mark Leichliter, The Other Side
Today I'm delighted to host an interview with Mark Leichliter, author of The Other Side which is published by Level Best Books this month. The novel is a tense mystery that asks the question: How do you start an investigation when you have no evidence that a crime has been committed? It certainly made me want to find out more! Here's what Mark had to say...
Book review: Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley
Talk Bookish to Me is a deliciously light rom com that I devoured in a single day. Find out why I loved it so much...
Book review: It’s Not Never by Louise Gregory & n.g.k.
This book is about astronauts training to take the first space flight to land on Mars. Add in a strong thread of romance and I knew it was going to be a book for me...
Author interview: M. L. Stark, Burning Desire series
It's always exciting to speak to an author and find out about their journey to publication, but this interview really surprised me with its honesty and bravery. In her Burning Desire novels, M.L. Stark has turned traumatic real-life experiences into a four-part series.
Author interview: Ali Araghi, The Immortals of Tehran
The Overdue Book Review asked Ali Araghi, author of The Immortals of Tehran, about his debut novel which is out in paperback this month (April 2021).
Book review: Trust Me by TM Logan
What would you do if someone left you with their baby on a train? “Trust Me” is a thriller with plenty of plot twists to keep you turning its pages late into the night.
Book review: The Phone Box at the Edge of the World by Laura Sinai Messina
Sometimes a book comes along that speaks to you so deeply, you find it difficult to describe just how magical it is to others. That was my experience with The Phone Box at the Edge of the World.