The weather is getting cooler which makes it perfect for snuggling up with a good book. This month MWSG magazine’s Book Club is featuring ‘The Rules of Conception’, by Angela Lawrence and ‘Flame Tree Hill’, by Mandy Magro.
This month we have four, count them, FOUR great books available for review in the MWSG magazine Book Club. They are, ‘Frugavore’ by Arabella Forge, ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ by Cheryl Strayed, ‘Not Quite Nigella’ by Lorraine Elliott and ‘Falling in Honey: Life and Love on a Greek Island’ by Jennifer Barclay.
‘Love with a Chance of Drowning’ will have you ask questions about your life, your fears, your ambitions and your spirit. But at its heart, this memoir is a page turning love story about an Argentinian named Ivan who’s obsessed with the idea of voyaging across the Pacific, and Torre who has a morbid fear of water and a severe problem with seasickness. Will she risk it all?
We have three books available for review in our March Book Club. A new release from chic lit author Jane Green, ‘The Accidental Husband’; Women’s Stuff by Kaz Cooke; and ‘Sincerely: Women of Letters’, compiled by Marieke Hardy & Michaela McGuire. For your chance to receive a free copy, simply let us know which book you would like to review and why.
Inspired by true events, Hazel Gaynor blends fact and fiction to tell the story of the Addergoole Fourteen, a group of Irish emigrants from a small village in County Mayo, who sailed on the Titanic seeking a life of prosperity and opportunity in America. But seventeen year old Maggie Murphy is anxious about the crossing and is distraught to leave behind the man she loves, Seamus.
Steph Little introduces us to The Freudian Slip, a highly entertaining debut novel about three very different woman trying to make their way in the man’s world of advertising in the swinging sixties. Written by former senior advertising exec Marion von Adlerstein, this is Mad Men meets Paper Giants meets real life.