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"The greatest gift is a passion for reading" - Elizabeth Hardwick

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Welcome to Bookworm Ink. - a website for book lovers everywhere. Pull up a chair, grab a cuppa and have a nose around.

Check out our reviews section for my views on brand new releases and best sellers, as well as some old favourites. Covering everything from chick lit, romance and women's fiction to detective stories and travelogues, I guarantee you'll find something of interest.

Book Chat covers all things bookie including publishing news and author interviews as well as some of my own views on my favourite reads and book buying.

Possibly the highlight of the site is Christopher's Corner , our area for children's fiction, where my gorgeous 9 year old gives his views and reviews his favourite children's books - it's sure to be very entertaining!

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‘The Story of Us’

by Dani Atkins

The Story of Us

Well, I appreciate that Emma may have been torn between two men, but for me there was absolutely no contest! From the second Jack appears on the scene and saves the day, he was the only hero for me! He was just so brave and selfless, sigh! I just needed Emma to sort herself out and firmly agree with me.


‘The Christmas Party’

by Carole Matthews

The Christmas Party

Single mum Louise hasn't had her job as personal assistant for long, but already she's having trouble with her boss not being able to keep his hands to himself. Wanting to let her hair down for once, Louise sets out for the office Christmas party, determined to make it clear that she's completely unavailable. But can Josh, the company's top salesman convince her to give him a chance?



by Simon P. Clark


Really different, and quite mesmerising, 'Eren' literally kept me hooked. It's lucky it was quite a short read or my children would have become neglected I fear. Though not my usual sort of read, 'Eren' certainly kept me intrigued, if a little freaked out at times! I'd recommend it to anyone looking for something a bit different and fans of traditional folk and fairy stories.


‘An interview with Christopher William Hill’

Author of the Schwartzgarten series

An interview with Christopher William Hill

When I was eight I broke my leg and spent my entire summer holiday in hospital with my leg in traction to stretch it back into place. It was one of the best summers of my life! There was a nurse who used to sit by my bed and tell me gruesome stories – and I was hooked. When I sat down to write my first book, Osbert The Avenger, I knew it had to be the gory sort of tale that the eight-year-old version of me would have enjoyed reading all those years ago.


‘All Fall Down’

by Jennifer Weiner

All Fall Down

Oh my goodness, this is such a good book! Allison was just so believable, and the way that her pill popping spirals completely out of control was just brilliantly done. It was so frustrating watching her inch closer and closer to addiction. The fact that she manages to keep it so well under wraps for such a long time was very cleverly done.


‘It Had To Be You’

by Ellie Adams

It Had To Be You

Thanks to what must be one of the worst break-ups in history during which she was dressed as Henry VIII, Lizzy Spellman finds herself with the nickname 'Headbutt Girl' and an internet sensation. Despite her bad experience, Lizzy is sure Love does exist, and she's going to find it, no matter what Mr Cynical, newsreader Elliot, says to convince her otherwise.


‘Dispatches from the Dating Zone’

by KT Valentine

Dispatches from the Dating Zone

Single-mum Fleur Summers has decided it's time for her to get back in the dating game. She's enlisted her friends and family in her quest, but, unfortunately, the blind dates they set up for her don't always go quite according to plan. A more promising prospect could be Fleur's handsome new boss, Henry Austin...


‘The Secret Paris Cinema Club’

by Nicolas Barreau

The Secret Paris Cinema Club

Alain Bonnard is the owner of Cinema Paradis, one of the oldest cinema's in Paris. A cinema where there's no popcorn or fizzy drinks, and Wednesday night sees a different classic romantic movie each week. The Wednesday night show is especially special for Alain because it's when the woman in the red coat visits the cinema, always sitting in row seventeen. When Alain finally gets up the courage to speak to the mysterious woman, she's just as wonderful as he'd imagined, but then she disappears at the same time as the Cinema is unexpectantly thrown into the public eye. Will Alain be able to track her down again?


Review of 'The Summer of Living Dangerously' by Julie Cohen
Christopher's Corner Article: 'Ghost Rescue and Mutterman‘s Zoo' by Andrew Murray
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Review of 'The Summer of Living Dangerously' by Julie Cohen