11_Review Captain Amberton

Review: Captain Amberton’s Inherited Bride by Jenni Fletcher

By now you know I’m a big fan of Jenni Fletcher’s writing. Her warmth and passion for history shines in each of her books. When I’m reading a Jenni Fletcher novel, I know I’m going to learn something. I also know that I’ll be dealing with an Alpha male who needs redemption, and a heroine Read More

8_ Review Perfect Match by Zoe May

Review: Perfect Match by Zoe May

I’ve made it my mission to read more debut authors this year. And since you know how important reviews are to authors – particularly to new authors – I’m going to combine my mission with my resolution to write more reviews as well. (I’m a multi-tasking kind of girl 😊 ) Today’s review is of Read More

38_Review Besieged and Betrothed by Jenni Fletcher

Review: Besieged and Betrothed by Jenni Fletcher

If you keep up with my blog, you’ll know I don’t usually post book reviews. But recently, I’ve realised how important it is to celebrate good content and great authors. So, while I’m still figuring out how to go about this and balance it with the other stuff I enjoy writing about here, I’m just Read More

23_Let's talk about reader reviews (1)

Let’s talk about reader reviews

It took me a long time before I started paying attention to reader reviews. When I was younger, it didn’t matter because I got my books from the library (and who cares if you don’t like a book when you can just take it back?). Even when I started buying my books, I didn’t look Read More

12_The Simple Answer to Treating Your Second Book Like It’s Your First

The Simple Answer to Treating Your Second Book Like It’s Your First

You may be wondering why treating your second book like it’s your first is necessary. If you are, you may have had a positive experience surrounding your first book’s release, or you haven’t released your first book yet. This post might then help you in the future should you ever experience a negative response to Read More