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Review: My Husband's Sin by Mary T Bradford

Mary T Bradford recently published her first novel, My Husband’s Sin, with Tirgearr Publishing. It’s available on Amazon Kindle.  485 more words


In the Woods by Tana French

Tana French is one of my favorite new-to-me authors and the newest member of my Authors I Wish Were My Best Friends club. She can expect her badge in the mail any day now. 608 more words


A Sixpenny Song

How did I get it?:
Headline/Tinder Press via Book Bridgr


Not every death is a tragedy. Not every silver lining is intact.

Annie’s father is dead. 514 more words

Contemporary Fiction

Books #83 & 90 - After the Wedding/One Summer

I made a booboo with these books – I read them the wrong way around. One Summer takes place two years before After the Wedding, on the same small island of Roone, off the west coast of Ireland, and with largely the same cast of characters. 455 more words


All Folk’d Up in Belfast

Folk’d Up
Laurence Donaghy
Blackstaff Press; £7.99
Review: Val Nolan

Folk’d, the first part of Laurence Donaghy’s Belfast-set fantasy trilogy, offered readers a contemporary, Joseph Campbell style Hero’s Journey sprinkled with amusing pop-cultural references and an irreverent tone. 956 more words