The Storyteller’s Secret: A Novel
The Perfect Child
A Daughter’s Courage: An utterly heartbreaking novel of family secrets, tragedy and love
Beneath an Indian Sky: A heartbreaking historical novel of family secrets, betrayal and love
The Lost Daughter of India: A heartbreaking novel of tragedy and secrets that will have you hooked
That’s Another Story: The Autobiography
A Talent for Murder (Agatha Christie 1)
A Different Kind of Evil (Agatha Christie 2)
As the Sun Breaks Through (The Cliffehaven Series Book 15)
The Woman on the Orient Express
Seasons in Time: (1940s Time-travel Romance) (Time & Again Antique Shop)
Bollywood Wives: An addictive, sexy, gripping thriller that will have you hooked
The Paris Seamstress: Transporting, Twisting, the Most Heartbreaking Novel You’ll Read This Year
Her Mother’s Secret
Cinderella’s Dress (Fairy-tale Inheritance Series Book 1)
Cinderella’s Shoes (Fairy-tale Inheritance Series Book 2)
Snow White’s Mirror (Fairy-tale Inheritance Series Book 3)
Kissed: Belle; Sunlight and Shadow; Winter’s Child (Once Upon a Time)
Once: Before Midnight; Golden; Wild Orchid (Once Upon a Time)
Fairytale: Escape with a Magical Story of Love, Family and Hope
The Secret Mother: A gripping psychological thriller that will have you hooked
The Surrogate: A gripping psychological thriller with an incredible twist
I love retold fairytales, stories about India, autobiographies, anything set in the 1940s, and I love psychological thrillers. Here is a few of my favourites for you to peruse… enjoy my lovelies!
You’ll be so proud of me as I’m a hoarder I managed to take some books that were taking up space in my room to the charity.
🥰 #carefreeandconsequence short #romancenovel set in fifties – perfect vacation read🏝✈️ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MF1XV2N/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_EgnmCbQBWRPGJ #fifties #firstlove #fiftiesculture #romance #classic
Seeing as my creative writing partner has to write my biography about me I’d thought I’d post 15 facts about me:
Okay so answer one: I was born in the princess of Wales hospital, 26/3/98 12 weeks premature. My mum wanted to call me Raimie my dad Rachel.
2. Nicknames: Chichonwheelz/rainbow.
3. Inspirational person: my mother for giving up three years of my life when I went down hill.
4. Favourite subject: English.. it’s my release.
5. Inspirational family member: my great grandmother who lived through a war. Buried her daughter and her granddaughter.
6. Teen idol: Zac Efron/ John Travolta
7. Dream: To be a published author
8. Favourite book: Skallagrigg by William Horwood as it’s about institutions in the 70’s and disability.
9: Favourite artist: Demi Lovato
10: I am a geek
11: Favourite film: Hairspray
12. My favourite season is winter
13.First love: Someone I want to forget but I can’t, however it was for the best that we finished.
14. Shown I’ve been loved: mum gave up three years of career to care for me whilst I went for an op.
15. Fears: The muppet wolf/my mum dying.
Lastly, I’ve finished Jodi picoult’s new novel so look out for a book Review of: Small Great Things on Friday!
Happy Monday guys!! Here’s my top 10 authors (including children’s authors) and my favourite book they’ve written.
- Jaqueline Wilson – mm.. hard to pick as she was a massive part of my childhood. I’d have to say Queenie as it deals with hospitals in the 1950’s.
- Jenifer Worth – Call the midwife. Again a novel set in the late 40’s/50’s about midwifery but also about life in the east end.
- Jodi Picoult – The storyteller. I read this in day and follows the story of a former SS officer seeking forgiveness from a Jewish woman. Two other books of picoults I’m fond of are Leaving Time, which deals with childloss and Small Great Things which deals with modern day racsism and white supremists.
- William Horwood – Skallagrigg. A story from a point of view of a boy with a disability and his life in an institution.
- Diane Chamberline – Pretending to dance. Fans of Picoult will like this as the writing and subject is similar.
- Jenny Colgan – Little school by the sea. My ideal bit of romantic fluff.. ST Claire’s for grown ups.
- Emma Kennedy – The tent bucket and me. A laugh out loud comedy biography of holidays in the 70’s!
- Ellie Dean – Beach View Boarding House. The saga is ideal for fans of 1940’s fiction. The new book is out Thursday, needless to say I’m excited.
- Jody Klaire – Above and beyond series. Queen of lesbian fiction and the supernatural.
- Danielle Paige – Dorothy must die. 1984 for teens! Plus it brings back the escapism that WOOz brought us.