Daily Archives: March 2, 2019

“Madam Tulip” by David Ahern – Book Review

Twenty-something Derry O’Donnell is an out-of-work actress.  With bills to pay, and talent to use, she is frustrated that her agent seems to have forgotten her phone number.  When Derry and her friend Bella (another out-of-work actress) put their heads … Continue reading

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March 2019 #TBR – a plan

By making a monthly TBR plan, the aim is to read more. In January I read eleven titles. However… in February I only managed to read nine.  My excuse is that it was a short month and a busy one … Continue reading

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