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””

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

A new issue of Books Monthly is out, and it features several great reviews of our titles! Keep reading to see which books were included this month.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

Thursday Book Review: “The UnTied Kingdom”

Yes, you read that right. This week’s featured book is The UnTied Kingdom by Kate Johnson, a captivating alternate-reality romance from Choc Lit. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The UnTied Kingdom””

Thursday Book Review: “Dublin Seven”

Take a trip to Ireland’s gritty underbelly with this week’s featured book: Dublin Seven by Frankie Gaffney. Liberties Press has become Ireland’s leading independent publisher, and they have another hit fiction title on their hands with this book. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about Dublin Seven.   Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Dublin Seven””

Thursday Book Review: “Birthright”

This week’s featured book is a new mystery from Allison & Busby: Birthright by David Hingley. This fascinating historical fiction tale follows Mercia Blakewood from London’s bulging metropolis to the forests of Manhattan she will contend with murder, intrigue and lust, fighting for her future and her life as the town of New York is born. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Birthright””

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

Books Monthly has reviewed eight of our titles in their May issue! We’re excited to share these with you, so keep reading to see what Books Monthly had to say about these current and forthcoming titles.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

Thursday Book Review: “My Cape Malay Kitchen”

Happy Thursday! Today’s featured book is a beautiful cookbook from Penguin Random House South Africa: My Cape Malay Kitchen by Cariema Isaacs. This delicious book has been receiving some wonderful reviews. Check out what readers have to say!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “My Cape Malay Kitchen””

Thursday Book Review: “The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight”

Christina Courtenay’s newest novel The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight is back in stock! To celebrate, we’re sharing some of the great reviews it’s received so far. Keep reading to see what reviewers have been saying about this enchanting time-slip romance.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight””

Thursday Book Review: “Striking Murder”

This week’s featured title is a wonderful historical crime novel from Allison & Busby. Keep reading to see what readers have to say about Striking Murder by A.J. Wright.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Striking Murder””

The 100th Anniversary of the United States’ Entry into World War I

100 years ago today, the United States joined the Allies and officially entered into World War I.

On June 6th of that year, the first American troops, also known as “doughboys”, landed in Europe.  By the end of the war, two and a half years later on November 11, 1918, around 100,000 soldiers had lost their lives.

Today, we’d like to honor and remember the American soldiers who fought in the Great War by highlighting a poignant book based on a World War I doughboy’s diary.  Continue reading “The 100th Anniversary of the United States’ Entry into World War I”