Can a moment define our whole life?
A year after her father’s death, Ellie decides to take on his advice: she has to start doing things that make her happy. Not that her marriage is not ok, she’s quite content. But, as her father has pointed out, that’s not enough. Which is how she bumps into the Exmoor harpmaker. Continue reading “Ellie And The Harpmaker”
Nadia’s new life as an immigrant in Brooklyn is hard.
Juggling two jobs, one as a nanny for a privileged and spoiled family, and one as a senior home attendant, she gets through every day keeping one thing in mind: she has to bring her daughter to the USA. Continue reading “Mother Country”
Once upon a time
On midwinter’s solstice, on the banks of Thames, Swan Inn is full of villagers who try to stay warm and dry by the fire. When the door suddenly pens, an injured man comes in and collapses. In his arms lies a child around four years of age, that seems already drowned.
But, although everyone seems sure that the little girl is dead, her pulse comes back, and her eyes flutter open.
How can a child come back from the dead? Continue reading “Must-reads: Once Upon A River”
If Stoker’s Dracula fascinated you, you’re not the only one. Vampire stories have a way of capturing the reader’s attention (which is why this isn’t the first time we’ve written about vampire books!)
If you don’t want to stop reading vampire stories at this ultimate classic, here are three excellent reads you can continue your quest with: Continue reading “3 books to read if you enjoyed Stoker’s Dracula”
Elf on a mission
Historian elf Brangwain Spurge has a very clear mission. He must travel to the land of goblins and present their King with a mighty present. But there’s a catch : the king is a dark, mysterious alien.
Goblin archivist Werfel has his own mission. He is Spurge’s host, and he’s determined to please his guest and assist him in any way possible. Continue reading “Elves, Goblins, and all kinds of madness: The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But even if this is an exaggeration, it is definitely a period with more time off. And that can only mean more reading for the bookworms!
So, here are 5 books we enjoyed lately. They are well-written, attention-grasping, and absolutely worth your time! Continue reading “5 books to help you unwind on the Holidays”