Apologies are extend to regular readers for the continued inactivity in this website and integrated blog as well as in social media accounts. It is anticipated this inactivity will continue for a while yet but please be assured the aim is to recommence sharing author and reader related articles and information once circumstances permit.
Owing to a number of factors the regularity and frequency of activity in this website and integrated blog have, for the foreseeable future, to be reduced. This does not mean activity will cease entirely. Information, articles, reviews, interviews, etc. will continue to be shared but, as stated, on a less frequent and regular basis though … More April 2018 – Reduced Activity
FIVE PLUS PLUS!! Two Title/Two Cover option explained at end. It is hard to do this book justice in a short review. The sub-title ‘1939-1945: A Time of Love & War’ sets the scene and timing but provides no hint as to the considerable details and information included within this true tale of life and … More Where Destiny Commands/The Aegis of Kali by Leila Sen
Some statistics Note: It is understood the following information has been obtained through the medium of surveys. In the United Kingdom (UK) the percentage of people who read went down over a four year period from 79% to 72%. In the United States of America (USA) 27% of those surveyed stated they had … More Are You A Reader?
Identified as biographical fiction this purports to be an extract from a fifty-one years old woman’s diary. Without any further clarification it is difficult to know whether this is taken from an actual diary or if it has been fictionally constructed. Nevertheless, it touches on many aspects the reader will undoubtedly be able to identify … More A Personal History With Dignity by Trevor Hopeworth
This is a rare, in fact first ever, highlighting of a book by T. R. Robinson in this website blog. The reason for this break in website protocol is due to the positive comments, observations and reviews received which it was considered only fair to share with readers and visitors to the site. To give … More Tears of Innocence – What Readers Say
As is clear from the title, this is the second part in this amusing and informative account of the author’s experiences during her unwitting ownership and running of a riding school in Africa. Note 1: Details of where Book 1 may be obtained will be found at the end of this review. Note 2!: The … More The very Worst Riding School in the World – Book 2 by Lucinda E Clarke
Giving birth, many will consider, is just a part of life’s easy routine. Of course, in some ways it is nevertheless, it is doubtful the majority of mother’s would agree. This detailed memoir clearly shows there is much to be taken into account, and experienced, even with the most ‘straight forward’ of deliveries. The author, … More Born for Life by Julie Watson
This book is primarily an update to the author’s original memoir ‘I Win’. That is not to say it does not contain anything new. Note: Though not absolutely necessary, it would help the reader if they have read ‘I Win’. (Details of the original memoir, together with links, will be found at the end of … More The Mosaic Of C.P. by Win Kelly Charles
Though this discussion will concentrate upon the writing of book reviews, many of the principles will apply equally to the writing of reviews for other products. Who reviews are for and what readers would like to gain from them has been previously discussed in Reviews – What Wanted? This discussion is intended to enlarge upon the … More Writing Reviews