Contemporary · Historical

Hearts Set Free by Jess Lederman

Hearts Set Free is a contemporary Christian novel about belief, and how God brings light during the darkest times. This novel tells the three tales of men and women through the dark journeys of their lives through the path of light, from loneliness to unshaken faith. In 1930, a small church looks for a new… Continue reading Hearts Set Free by Jess Lederman

Contemporary · Romance

The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

Here is a book that will bring sun and positive vibes to your cloudy day, after a busy day at work. You immediately fall in love with Tiffy and Leo and their unconventional story. Tiffany Moore aka Tiffy and Leo Twomey both have a problem that needs a quick solution. Tiffy, an assistant editor in… Continue reading The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

Children · Classics · Middle-Grade

Norse Mythology by James Shepherd

A nice introduction to Norse mythology with illustrations that complement these 30 tales perfectly. This collection of stories runs through the adventures and misadventures of gods and mystical creatures. Taking places both in Asgard, the realm of the gods and Midgard, home of Men, these are myths that have been told through the centuries and… Continue reading Norse Mythology by James Shepherd

Horror · Short Stories · Suspense

The Strange Casebook (Essex Witch Museum Mystery) by Syd Moore

A quick, enjoyable read, these six short stories are the perfect read for fans of the horror genre. These fascinating, mysterious and brief stories grow in intensity and it’s very easy to connect with them, no matter how strange they get. They’re all written very nicely, carefully selected from the world of Essex Witch Museum… Continue reading The Strange Casebook (Essex Witch Museum Mystery) by Syd Moore

Historical · Romance

Miss Bingley Requests: A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation by Judy McCrosky

Here is a fun re-telling of the Pride and Prejudice, unlike any of the stories I’ve read so far. The fact that we go through the story in Caroline Bingley’s perspective, is both original and a bit horrifying considering her role in the original novel. The best part is that Judy McCrosky kept the most… Continue reading Miss Bingley Requests: A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation by Judy McCrosky

Action · Horror · Suspense

The Exorcist (The Exorcist #1) by William Peter Blatty

The perfect phrase for this book is: Never judge a book by its movie. This is a must-read for all horror fans, The Exorcist is a classic that still manages to leave your skin crawling.

LGBT · Romance · YA

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Creekwood, #1) by Becky Albertalli

A novel that brings out all the cosiness in your heart to the surface and makes you smile from page one. Simon is a regular high school boy: he has a great family, amazing friends and his colleagues aren’t half bad. There’s only one problem, Simon is keeping a huge closeted secret. He starts exchange… Continue reading Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Creekwood, #1) by Becky Albertalli

Cosy Mystery · Historical

A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery, #1) by Dianne Freeman

A cosy mystery, perfect to cuddle with enjoying a sunny evening. The first book of the series, A Countess of Harleigh Mystery promises. American Countess of Harleigh Frances Wynn was married into the British aristocracy. Until her philandering husband dies of a heart attack while in bed with another. After spending a year mourning for… Continue reading A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery, #1) by Dianne Freeman

Mystery · Thriller

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

A brilliant, explosive, mind-blowing debut. Everything you need to get book-addicted you’ll find it here. Evelyn Hardcastle is meant to die over and over again at a gala party organised by her parents. She has been murdered hundreds of times and each day, Aiden Bishop is unable to stop it. As the same day repeats… Continue reading The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

Historical · Mystery · Suspense

Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Another great mystery from the Golden Age of Crime. Jim Henderson hasn’t been the luckiest of man. Being unemployed for three years left him hanging only by his social position. When the mysterious Edwin Carson, a precious stone collector, summons Jim to his country house Thrackley for a weekend party, he knows he has nothing… Continue reading Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville