The Best Most Awful Job (ed. Katherine May)

My thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me to join this blog tour. The decision to take part was my own and this review forms my honest opinion. Blurb What does it mean to be a mother? Twenty writers speak out in this searingly honest, diverse and powerful collection. Motherhood is life-changing. Disorientating, overwhelming, intense … Continue reading The Best Most Awful Job (ed. Katherine May)

A Key to Treehouse Living by Elliot Reed

My thanks to the publisher Melville House for sending me a copy for review. This review forms my honest opinion. Blurb Follow the unusual life and wisdoms of parentless William Tyce as he shares his poignant adventures in this fictional A-Z coming-of-age compendium.William Tyce is a boy without parents, left under the care of an … Continue reading A Key to Treehouse Living by Elliot Reed