The Coconut Girl is a collection of poems containing material that is from the Indian, female point of view with an insight into Punjabi culture. We also follow the author through the hallucinogenic state of the brain following cancer treatment, and in her experience of life in multi cultural Britain. The protagonist in the poemsContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Coconut Girl by Sunita Thind”
Buy Link Was Donald Trump able to become President because God abandoned us? Are Jews white? Does Hell have better weather than Heaven? In Giveth and Taketh, Rota addresses all of these questions, discussing his own experience and political theology as a Jewish person in the Trump-era while also exploring broader issues of race, mentalContinue reading “Review: Giveth and Taketh, by Rota”
Ellie lives in a campervan with her dog, Jack, selling her handmade dolls at craft fairs. There is one doll that she can’t bear to finish until she comes to terms with the truth of what has happened. The Eliza Doll is an uncompromising family drama about upheaval, off-grid living and living on the doleContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Eliza Doll by Tracey Scott – Townsend”
Blurb “Call The Midwife for the 17th Century” Lucie Smith is a respected midwife who is married to Jacob, the town apothecary. They live happily together at the shop with the sign of the Three Doves. But sixteen-sixty-five proves a troublesome year for the couple. Lucie is called to a birth at the local ManorContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Gossips’ Choice, by Sara Read”
Just had my post delivered. It was all books for blog tours. I’ll be reviewing Bella by R. M. Francis later this month, and a month later The Coronation by Justin Newland. Thanks to the authors, publishers and blog tour organiser, Love Books Tours.
Blurb The prose poems in I Can See The Lights are earthy and raw, but also incredibly sensitive. It’s pretty much guaranteed that more than one of them will bring you to tears. Characters are vividly brought to life, and stark but warm environments evoked in a down to earth, yet almost painterly manner by Russ Litten’sContinue reading “Cover Reveal: ‘I Can See The Lights’, by Russ Litten”