Inject some super foods into your diet this New Year!

[Synopsis] A collection of more than 60 dishes that showcase super foods--ingredients from kale and seaweed to cocoa and avocado that are brimming with vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting nutrients. Featuring straightforward delicious dishes, this easy-to-follow guide contains recipes like Wonder Smoothie, Vitaboost Frittata, Supercharged Carrots, Cauliflower Risotto, and Plum and Cranberry Crisp that showcase sensational… Continue reading Inject some super foods into your diet this New Year!

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Red Queen [review]

Merry Christmas to everyone- hope you're having a lovely boxing day, whatever you're doing! [Synopsis] This is a world divided by blood – red or silver. The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from the poverty-stricken Stilts, it seems like… Continue reading Red Queen [review]

The Jericho River [review]

The Jericho River by David W Tollen

[Synopsis] The Jericho River flows through a magical world shaped by myth and history. Young Jason Gallo sails the river on a dangerous quest to rescue his estranged father. He battles minotaurs and pirates, flees barbarians, stumbles into mummies' tombs, and outwits fairies, philosophers, and scientists. Along the way, he finds love and betrayal, faces… Continue reading The Jericho River [review]

Pretty Is [review]

[Synopsis] 'Everyone thought we were dead. We were missing for nearly two months; we were twelve. What else could they think?' -Lois 'It's always been hard to talk about what happened without sounding all melodramatic. . . . Actually, I haven't mentioned it for years, not to a goddamned person.' -Carly May The summer precocious… Continue reading Pretty Is [review]

WWW Wednesday [16 December 2015]

WWW Wednesdays

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words. Visit her blog to take a look, and get involved too if you can, even if you don't have a blog yourself- as she says, you can leave your answers in the post comments- and I'd love to see… Continue reading WWW Wednesday [16 December 2015]

The Hiding House [review]

[Synopsis] When their beloved grandmother dies, siblings Sebastian and Elise find themselves suddenly alone. Fearing foster care and separation, the children seek refuge in their isolated woodland home, hoping the outside world will pass them by. But the outside world is the least of their concerns. Nana May's body still sits out in the garden,… Continue reading The Hiding House [review]

The Kind Worth Killing [review]

[Synopsis] On a night flight from London to Boston, Ted Severson meets the mysterious Lily Kintner. Sharing one too many martinis, the strangers begin to play a game of truth, revealing intimate details about themselves. Ted talks about his marriage and his wife Miranda, who he’s sure is cheating on him. But their game turns… Continue reading The Kind Worth Killing [review]

WWW Wednesday [9 December 2015]

WWW Wednesdays

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words. Visit her blog to take a look, and get involved too if you can, even if you don't have a blog yourself- as she says, you can leave your answers in the post comments- and I'd love to see… Continue reading WWW Wednesday [9 December 2015]

Brunch at Ruby’s [review]

Brunch at Ruby's by DL White

[Synopsis] Ruby's Soul Food Cafe has been the neighborhood hot spot their whole lives, so it's only fitting that Ruby's is where Debra, Maxine and Renee meet monthly to do what girlfriends do-- eat, drink and offer unsolicited advice on life and love. Debra Macklin has it all: a successful career, a long marriage and… Continue reading Brunch at Ruby’s [review]

The Winter Children [review]

[Synopsis] Behind a selfless act of kindness lies dark intentions . . . Olivia and Dan Felbeck are blissfully happy when their longed-for twins arrive after years of IVF. At the same time, they make the move to Renniston Hall, a huge, Elizabethan house that belongs to absent friends. Living rent-free in a small part… Continue reading The Winter Children [review]