Contemporary Fiction | The Man in the Needlecord Jacket by Linda MacDonald

Linda MacDonald is an author whose writing I’ve always enjoyed.  You’ll find Linda as a guest on Jera’s Jamboree as well as being able to read my reviews. The Man in the Needlecord Jacket is Linda MacDonald’s fourth novel.  It’s connected to The Alone Alternative through Felicity, however you don’t need to have read any of the previous ‘Lydia’ novels to enjoy this one.  It can be read as a…

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Talk of the Town | the place for bookish people to be

Welcome back to Talk of the Town. Not joined in Talk of the Town linky I co-host with Lindsay from Bookboodle before?  No worries!  You can check out all the details of the linky and if you have any questions, please ask. This month we’re showcasing Not the Only Sky published by Black & White Publishing : “Wait. Patient. Now. Not long. Good girl. Wait here. Brave girl. Back in a jiffy.…

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How to find your ‘silver lining’ and be resilient

You know how it goes … you start the day in a positive frame of mind and then something happens that brings shadows.  No matter what it was that brought your good mood down, I can guarantee you’ll be over-thinking the situation. How can you can you be resilient and cope with those situations that send your mood spiralling down? The following exercise will help you put into proportion what…

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Contemporary Romance | Me, You and Tiramisu by Charlotte Butterfield

When I saw Me, You and Tiramisu on Harper Impulse’s Instagram I thought it would be a feel-good HEA read.  One that would easily lift you up … so you can imagine how delighted I was to win a copy (and I was right!).  The cover is pretty awesome too 🙂   A post shared by Sharon Goodwin (@shaz_goodwin) on Feb 23, 2017 at 8:09am PST Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: HarperImpulse…

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Stationery Love with blogger Linda Hill

Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us. My guest today, Linda Hill, blogs at Linda’s Book Bag.  A couple of Linda’s answers elicited several emotions for me as I’m sure they will for you too. Hi Linda. Welcome to Stationery Love. What is your earliest stationery-related memory? An embarrassing one. I was a late reader as my sight…

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