When I’m travelling I really enjoy reading a book by a local author. In Bergen, I decided to buy my Christmas reads ahead of time and one of the books was ‘My grandmother sends her regards and apologises’ by Fredrik Backman. If you have already read ‘A man called Ove’ then you’ll understand why I was attracted to this book. Continue reading “Book review: My grandmother sends her regards and apologises; by Fredrik Backman”
Book review: Birthday by Meredith Russo
This book found me whilst I was shopping ahead of going to my family caravan in mid-Wales for a long quiet break to read as much as I could. Although, the young adult category doesn’t often catch my eye, this book did and I’m so glad it did.
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Interview with Matthew Hanover, author of ‘Not Famous’
In January this year, Matthew Hanover self-published his first novel ‘Not Famous’. He shared the book with us at ‘book lovers’ and asked us to review it so we also took the opportunity to interview him. We understand that often knowing the author and getting to hear about the writing process as well as the reasons behind the content, can enhance the reading experience. As Matthew is based in USA, this interview took place over an email exchange. Continue reading “Interview with Matthew Hanover, author of ‘Not Famous’”