A(nother) Year Of Orenda – The Home by Sarah Stovell

A(nother) Year Of Orenda – The Home by Sarah Stovell

Today I pass back to Mandie for her review of The Home by Sarah Stovell as her Orenda Books catch up continues. I read this for the tour last year and you can find my review right here. Read on to see what Mandie thinks and to learn more about the book. Source: Advance Reader [...]

A(nother) Year of Orenda – There’s Only One Danny Garvey by David F. Ross

A(nother) Year of Orenda – There’s Only One Danny Garvey by David F. Ross

Today I am delighted to finally share my thoughts on There's Only One Danny Garvey, the latest offering from David F. Ross. I was very late in reading the author's Disco Days trilogy but absolutely loved it, and was so happy when it was announced that he had once again teamed with Orenda for this [...]

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver

So the time has come to continue our celebration of all things Orenda Books. Not satisfied with reading over 60 books last year, today Mandie continues her quest to read all of the Orenda Books titles. She starts by sharing her thoughts on the third book in Will Carver's highly original Detective Sergeant Pace series, [...]

The #Bookvent Calendar 2020 – Day 24 – Part 2

The #Bookvent Calendar 2020 – Day 24 – Part 2

#Bookvent - Celebrating my top reads of 2020 Today I am sharing my top three reads of 2020. My second #bookvent choice of the day is one that is poignant for its timeliness and authenticity as well as the raw emotion of the story itself. They say a picture paints a thousand words and the [...]

The #Bookvent Calendar 2020 – Day 24 – Part 1

The #Bookvent Calendar 2020 – Day 24 – Part 1

#Bookvent - Celebrating my top reads of 2020 And here we have it, the first of my top three reads of 2020. What do all three books have in common? Well aside from being most excellent, obviously, whilst each may have a central character we follow through the story, they really are an examination of [...]