Chick lit, Feel good

The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker by Jenni Keer

I have to start this blog post by saying that I finally found a friendship done right, in a way that I could sympathize and empathize with in this book. The last year had quite a few such relationships, friendships between octogenarians and young reclusive women. There will be more such in the coming year also (I… Continue reading The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker by Jenni Keer

Feel good, Humour, Romance

Charity Girl by Georgette Heyer

I have reviewed a lot of Georgette Heyer's books: Fredrica The Foundling Black Sheep No Wind of Blame Envious Casca Duplicate Death Death in the Stocks Snowdrift and Other Stories The Talisman Ring Behold, Here’s Poison They Found Him Dead A Blunt Instrument The Grand Sophy Friday’s Child Cotillion Regency Buck The Reluctant Widow If… Continue reading Charity Girl by Georgette Heyer

Children's fiction, Feel good

Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona

I received an advance copy of this book via NetGalley and enjoyed the short time it takes to read this book. It is an inspirational tale, one that both the young and the old can enjoy. The author has written this using her own experience in a similar situation, and the emotion shows. Despite not… Continue reading Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona