Mother’s Day

So it’s Mother’s Day in the UK, some like to refer to it as Mothering Sunday but I believe over the years it’s become more common to call it Mother’s Day. This can be a specially poignant day for many mother’s as they are unable to buy a card and give flowers in person as […]

After the Lie by Kerry Fisher

Kerry Fisher is my new go to when it comes to new authors. I have been very impressed with her plots and the clever writing of each novel  that I have read or listened to. She is the gift that keeps on giving. The lie is a big one…..Lydia has been keeping this lie for many years……her […]

The Vineyard in Alsace by Julie Stock

The story starts with Fran walking into her bedroom to find her fiancé Paul with another woman. Turning on her heels, she leaves the flat, she leaves Paul, and she leaves London and heads for a vineyard in Alsace and her dream job, only to find her former boyfriend Didier is the new owner and […]

A chat with Sue Bentley

Many thanks to Sue for agreeing to feature on the Authors chat’s strand on my blog. Sue writes for both children and adults, her latest book is We Other a dark fantasy novel. Here are a few snippets about Sue…….  Who was your favourite childhood author or book and why were they a favourite? There were many. […]

A chat with Georgia Hill

Thank you very much Georgia Hill for agreeing to feature on the Grey Book Worm a book review and author chat blog. Here a few questions which I put to Georgia ….enjoy! I was not surprised to find another Enid Blyton fan when I asked Who was your favourite childhood author or book and why were they a favourite? I […]

Francesca’s Party ~ Patricia Scanlan

A modern story of our times. Set in Dublin it tells the tale of Francesca and Mark’s marriage as it flounders and blunders its course to divorce. You find yourself  getting frustrated with the main characters as they fight and argue and hurl blame at one another. ….. But of course every cloud has a […]