So that’s it. The end of my ‘Read a Bookouture a Day‘ feature fortnight. I hope you’ve enjoyed my trip down memory lane. It certainly opened my eyes when I started to look back and realised just how many of their books and authors I had read over the past couple of years. I’ve only been reading in earnest again since 2015 and Bookouture are now just 4 years old, yet I feel as though I have been reading their authors for years. I know I will be for many years to come. There are just some Publishers you trust for quality and Bookouture are one of them. I’m fairly certain that between them their authors could rewrite the encyclopaedia Britannica (and probably improve it) and I’d definitely be first in line to read it. It would almost certainly end up on a bestseller list way before publication date, although I’m not sure in which category. 😉
Now, anyone who knows me well can tell you that as well as having a bit of a thing for books right now, I also have a bit of a thing for music. And theatre. And, more specifically, musical theatre. My all time favourite shows have, up until now, been Sunset Boulevard and Miss Saigon.