2015 · Author Interviews · Author Q&A

Q&A: Stacy Juba, Author of ‘Fooling Around with Cinderella’

Why did you become a writer? I have been writing since third grade and was writing my own mystery series in fifth grade. Writing and reading have always been important parts of my life. I did actually major in something else, exercise science, but when it came time to seek jobs in that field, nothing… Continue reading Q&A: Stacy Juba, Author of ‘Fooling Around with Cinderella’

2016 · Book Club · Book Reviews · Fantasy · Fiction · Grief · Historical · Travel

The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro

Published: 2015 by Knopf | Pages: 317 | RAD Book Club Book #5 “You’ve long set your heart against it, Axl, I know. But it’s time now to think on it anew. There’s a journey we must go on, and no more delay…” The Buried Giant begins as a couple set off across a troubled… Continue reading The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro

2016 · Fiction · Grief · Historical · Romance

The Winter Crown, Elizabeth Chadwick (*)

Published: 2014 by Sphere | Pages: 483 | Review Copy (NetGalley) An extraordinary woman. A legendary queen. In 1154, Eleanor of Aquitaine, one of the most powerful women in Europe, is crowned queen of England beside her young husband Henry II. While Henry battles their enemies and lays his plans, Eleanor is an adept acting… Continue reading The Winter Crown, Elizabeth Chadwick (*)

2016 · Book Reviews · Non-Fiction · Review Request · Romance · Travel

Luna Tree: The Baby Project, Maya Berger

Published: 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing | Pages: 214 | Review Request Maya is kicking up her heels, living the fabulous and mostly carefree life of a twenty-something young woman. However, in the back of her mind continuous longing for a good marriage and family lingers. How do you find the right man, the one… Continue reading Luna Tree: The Baby Project, Maya Berger

Author Interviews · Guest Post

Guest Post by Mike Kelley : The Origins of Faith

One of the things which made Dan Brown’s book ‘The Da Vinci Code’ so successful, was the perceived revelation that Jesus was married. In my book ‘The Origins of Faith’ I feel I have achieved a similar shockingly perceived revelation; namely that the Jews do not have and never did have a divine right to… Continue reading Guest Post by Mike Kelley : The Origins of Faith

Blog Tours · Fantasy · Fiction · Spotlight

Rhew 2 Rhew Blog Tour: Deek Rhew 16/4/16

I am so happy to be here on A Cheeky Book Addict’s Thoughts!Β Hello, Sophie and all you wonderful readers of her blog. What a great day to do an interview! Also, stick around after the interview to learn about our books and enter toΒ win a $50 Amazon gift card! Tell us a little bit about… Continue reading Rhew 2 Rhew Blog Tour: Deek Rhew 16/4/16