04 Roses & Dreams Advent ‘The Case of the Russian Rose’

Roses & Dreams Advent Re-visited Day 04 Day 04 of the advent calendar and the featured Indie Author was T.G. Campbell of the Bow Street Society click the image to visit the website. The book featured was  'The Case of the Russian Rose and Other Stories' to read the teaser with ease click the image … Continue reading 04 Roses & Dreams Advent ‘The Case of the Russian Rose’

Children’s Books for Jólabókaflóð

Children's Advent Calendar of Books Day 24 With an eclectic selection of #ChildrensBooks  by #IndieAuthors shared here for your pleasure to #CelebrateReading with Miss Ruby Heart (Click the image above to open in a new tab for ease of reading).  ~*~ Happy Jólabókaflóð ~*~ Iceland's 'Yule Book Flood' The exchanging of Books on Christmas Eve … Continue reading Children’s Books for Jólabókaflóð

Happy Jólabókaflóð – Iceland’s ‘Yule Book Flood’

Jólabókaflóð - Iceland's 'Yule Book Flood' Click the image above for ease of reading but otherwise Jólabókaflóð  has the phonetic pronunciation  yo-la-bok-a-flot. Yule Book Flood a cultural phenomenon in Iceland to spend the evening reading and eating chocolate. Oh yes please count me in. For more info check out http://www.treehugger.com/culture/icelanders-give-books-christmas-eve.html Roses & Dreams Advent Calendar … Continue reading Happy Jólabókaflóð – Iceland’s ‘Yule Book Flood’

Christmas Bonanza from Bow Street Society

Christmas Giveaway from Bow Street Society To celebrate the release of The Case of The Russian Rose & Other Stories (Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 3) award-winning crime fiction author, T.G. Campbell, is giving lovers of Victorian mysteries everywhere the chance to win an exclusive Bow Street Society Bonanza. ONE lucky winner will receive ALL … Continue reading Christmas Bonanza from Bow Street Society

A Boy from the Streets by Maria Gibbs

Check out this wonderful Book Review from Diana Jackson of a book series we absolutely love by author Maria Gibbs. The Children From the Streets Series is one to read. Inspired by True Life Events.

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I have just finished reading this powerful book, perfect for a wet and windy Sunday when I was self indulgent and read for a few hours.

Twins were born in a hospital in Brazil as their parents had to flee their homeland escaping to England. Carolina was distraught as she left them behind even though she was reassured that they would be cared for. Unfortunately only one twin was adopted by a wealthy family, whereas the other twin was left on the street.  They were teenagers before Jose’s parents began to search for his lost brother just at the time as Jose’s natural parents risked returning to Brazil.

The story is written from several points of view which gives you a complete picture of their individual lives and the mixed emotions each character is experiencing. The imminent danger, the contrast between the rich and dire poverty and the heart rendering…

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