Thursday Book Review: “Bright Shiny Things”

This week’s review is one of the most anticipated titles on our Summer list! Bright Shiny Things, newly released from Allison & Busby, is a timely thrilled set in London’s East End and the shady, underground world of radical Islamic recruitment. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Bright Shiny Things””

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

Happy Thursday! A new issue of Books Monthly has been released, and several of our books have received great reviews. Keep reading to see what was said about our titles!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

#FridayReads: Summer Books

Summertime is fully here, and we’re celebrating with these “Summer” books! All of the titles in this week’s #FridayReads selections have the word “Summer” somewhere in their titles. You’ll find recipes for your next BBQ and perfect beach reads in this list!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Summer Books”

Thursday Book Review: “African Brew”

Nothing’s better than a cold beer on a hot summer day, and today’s featured book, African Brew, is a fascinating look at 38 of South Africa’s microbreweries. It even includes beer recipes and insights on home brewing. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “African Brew””

Thursday Book Review: “The Way I See It”

This week’s featured book, The Way I See It, is a humorous, brutally honest, controversial look at life in South Africa from Penguin Random House South Africa. Lerato Tshabalala has worked as a writer, editor of the Sunday Times Lifestyle supplement, and motivational speaker. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of her first book! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Way I See It””

#FridayReads: Family History

Happy weekend everyone! This week’s #FridayReads selections will help you delve into your own personal history. Whether you’re new to  genealogy and thinking of looking into it for the first time, or a veteran of family history studies, you’ll find useful, practical, and entertaining information within these books to help guide your search.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Family History”