Nicole Basaraba is a Canadian writer focusing on topics of travel, culture, books and what life was like as an expat in the capital city of Europe: Brussels, Belgium.
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The Perfect Man by Sheila O’Flanagan has more substance than its title implies and is less heavy on the romance than one might think. Synopsis: When Britt McDonagh’s literary agent can’t join her on a Caribbean cruise which she convinced … Continue reading
The Red Queen by Phillipa Gregory was a book that I did not want to put down and I was sad when I reached the end. The Red Queen, is the second book in a series Gregory wrote on The … Continue reading
Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. WUVC will involve independent research, setting a curriculum and hopefully finding other … Continue reading
Last Chance Saloon is one of Keyes’ earlier works. The 4th work of fiction out of her current 12, this story seemed to be tighter. I enjoy Keyes’ writing because there are always so many great characters to get to … Continue reading
You know when you read a book and then realize after you finish it that it is the first book in a series? Well, that’s what happened to me with Single in the City by Michele Gorman. Synopsis: It’s official. … Continue reading
So apparently I’ve been out of the loop on Marian Keyes’ books. The first book I picked up by Keyes was The Other Side of the Story, which is still my favorite, although Angels comes in at a close second, … Continue reading
Thanks for the Memories by Cecelia Ahern adheres to her usual style with elements of magic and love in the story, but what really made this book stand out for me was the humor and the twist near the end. … Continue reading
The Brightest Star in the Sky written by Marian Keyes is the author’s favorite book of her own she’s written to date. Keyes uses the omnipresent tense to take the reader into the lives of the multiple inhabitants of four … Continue reading
“Will Write for Shoes – How to Write a Chick Lit Novel” by Cathy Yardley is a writing craft book that every writer in the Click Lit or women’s fiction genre should read. There are a multitude of general writing … Continue reading