The Never Have I Ever Club by Mary Jayne Baker ~ Mini-Review.

Hello, Sunshines, I am delighted to be sharing my review of; The Never Have I Ever Club by Mary Jayne Baker. I can't wait to share this very funny book with you all. About the Book The Never Have I Ever Club by Mary Jayne Baker. Genre: Women's Fiction Robyn Bloom thought Ash Barnes was…

#Review | Literary Trails: Haworth And The Bronte’s by Catherine Rayner & David F Walford #LiteraryTrails #HowarthAndTheBrontes #Yorkshire @penswordbooks

Hello everyone, I have the great pleasure to be sharing my review of Literary Trails : Howarth and the Bronte's by Catherine Raynor and David F Walford, so sit back grab a cuppa and enjoy. This light-hearted but deeply researched book offers interest and guidance to walkers, social historians and lovers of the Bronte family;…

#Review | Balloonomania Belles: Daredevil Divas Who First Took To The Sky by Sharon Wright #BalloonmaniaBelles #WomensHistory @TheSharonAgency @penswordbooks

Hello my lovely friends, I have the huge pleasure to be sharing my review of Balloonmaina Belles; Daredevil Diva's Who First Took To The Sky by Sharon Wright, so grab a cuppa and prepare to be shocked and inspired. Balloonomania Belles reveals the astonishing stories of the fabulous female pioneers of balloon flight. More than…

#Review | All Things Georgian; Tales From The Long Eighteenth Century by Joanne Major & Sarah Murden #AllThingsGeorgian #History @sarahmurden @joannemajor3 @penswordbooks

Hello my lovely readers! Today I have the huge pleasure to be sharing my review of this amazing book; All Things Georgian by Joanne Major and Sarah Murden, if you love a bit of scandalous Georgian's then look no further, so grab a cuppa - or a iced drink, it is a wee bit hot…

#Review : Suffragette Planners And Plotter; The Pankhurts/Pethick- Lawrence Story by Kathryn Atherton #SuffragettePlannersandPlotters #NonFiction @penswordbooks

Hello everyone! I have the huge pleasure to be sharing my review of this enlightening book; Suffragette Planners and Plotters, The Pankurst/Pethick-Lawrence Story by Kathryn Atherton. By Kathryn Atherton Imprint: Pen & Sword History Pages: 152 ISBN: 9781526722966 Published: 28th January 2019 Emmeline and Frederick Pethick-Lawrence were an extraordinary couple and theirs is an extraordinary…

#Review | The Lengthening War: The Great War Diary of Mabel Goode by Michael Goode #TheLengtheningWar #GreatWarDiary #MabelGoode @penswordbooks

Hello, thank you for stopping by! Today, I have the great pleasure to be sharing my review of this gorgeous and insightful book; The Lengthening War; The Great war Diary of Mabel Goode by Michael Goode. Edited by Michael Goode Imprint: Pen & Sword History Pages: 196 ISBN: 9781473851511 This is a strong narrative of…

#Review : Great British Family Names And Their History: Whats In A Name? By John Moss #GreatBritishFamilyNamesAndTheirHistory #FamilyHistory #NonFiction #JohnMoss @penswordbooks

Hello everyone, today I have the pleasure to be sharing my review of Great British Family Names and Their History by John Moss, so if your a avid family researcher like myself then you want to stick around and check out this fabulous book. By John Moss Imprint: Pen & Sword History Pages: 314 ISBN:…

#Review The Life Of A Smuggler – Fact and Fiction by Helen Hollick #The LifeOfASmuggler #FactandFiction #HelenHollick @penswordbooks

Brandy for the parson, baccy for the clerk...' We have an image, mostly from movies and novels, of a tall ship riding gently at anchor in a moonlit, secluded bay with the 'Gentleman' cheerfully hauling kegs of brandy and tobacco ashore, then disappearing silently into the night shadows to hide their contraband from the excise…

#Review A History Of Cadbury by Diane Wordsworth @DMWordsworth #AHistoryOfCadbury #Historical #NonFiction @penswordbooks

When John Cadbury came to Birmingham in 1824, he sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate in a small shop on Bull Street. Drinking chocolate was considered a healthy alternative to alcohol, something Cadbury, a Quaker, was keen to encourage. In 1879, the Cadburys moved to Bournville and created their 'factory in a garden' - an…

#Review The Scandal Of George III’s Court by Catherine Curzon @MadameGilflurt #TheScandalOfGeorgeIIIsCourt #Georgian #History #NonFiction @PenSwordBooks

I have the pleasure to share with you all my review of The Scandal Of George III's Court by the hugely talented Catherine Curzon, grab a cup of tea and maybe a biscuit and delve into to some scandalous Georgian history. From Windsor to Weymouth, the shadow of scandal was never too far from the walls of…