The Almost Mothers by Laura Besley

I purchased my copy of The Almost Mothers, and this review forms my honest opinion. Blurb A first time mum struggles with her newborn baby. An alien examines the lives of Earth Mothers. A baby sleeps through the night at long last. Written with raw honesty, Laura Besley's debut flash collection, The Almost Mothers, exposes … Continue reading The Almost Mothers by Laura Besley

Fleishman is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

My thanks to Anne Cater and the publisher Wildfire for inviting me to take part in this blog tour. The decision to take part was my own, and this review forms my honest opinion. Blurb A blistering satirical novel about marriage, divorce and modern relationships, by one of the most exciting new voices in American … Continue reading Fleishman is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

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)

Little Bandaged Days by Kyra Wilder

*I requested the opportunity to read Little Bandaged Days via Netgalley. The decision to read was my own and this review forms my honest opinion. Blurb A mother moves to Geneva with her husband and their two young children. In their beautiful new rented apartment, surrounded by their rented furniture, and several Swiss instructions to … Continue reading Little Bandaged Days by Kyra Wilder