Book Memes · Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts

Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts: Dear Thing

Hi guys~! Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts is a weekly feature/meme over at (un)Conventional Book Views, where we post a little something about food or drinks or meals that were mentioned in the book that we’re reading or have read. So here’s mine for this week, taken from the book Dear Thing by Julie Cohen, which… Continue reading Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts: Dear Thing

Book Memes · Thursday Quotables

Thursday Quotable: Dear Thing

Hi guys, I’ve just finished reading Dear Thing by Julie Cohen and gosh, it was so heart-wrenchingly good. Definitely a new favourite of mine! This was me when I finished reading it…… Anyway, in the book, there were several relationships that were highlighted such as relationship between Romily and Ben, Ben and his wife Claire, Romily… Continue reading Thursday Quotable: Dear Thing

Book Talk

Book Talk: Is It So Bad Reading E-Books?

Hi guys, I’ve actually been wanting to write about this topic since few days ago but I’ve only had time now to put it into words. Anyway, what brought this on was that I saw some people on my twitter timeline talking about how much they prefer physical books over e-books. Normally I would not… Continue reading Book Talk: Is It So Bad Reading E-Books?

Reviews

Review: The Rejected Writers’ Book Club by Suzanne Kelman

Publication date: March 29th 2016 Publisher: Lake Union Publishing Purchase: Amazon US | Amazon UK Librarian Janet Johnson is puzzled when she is invited—and practically dragged—to her first meeting of the Rejected Writers’ Book Club. This quirky group of women would much rather celebrate one another’s rejected manuscripts over cups of tea and slices of lemon… Continue reading Review: The Rejected Writers’ Book Club by Suzanne Kelman

Reviews

Review: From Here to Home by Marie Bostwick

Date of Publication: 29th March 2016 Publisher: Kensington Purchase: Amazon New York Times bestselling author Marie Bostwick welcomes readers to the quirky, unforgettable town of Too Much, Texas, in a heartwarming, richly satisfying story of friendship and moving forward… Mary Dell Templeton prefers the quiet charms of Too Much to the bright lights of Dallas any day.… Continue reading Review: From Here to Home by Marie Bostwick