“Finding Your Way” Release Day

I am beyond excited to announce that “Finding Your Way” is released today. It is a unique experience for me to be sharing the story set in my homeland Latvia. I guess some of our traditions may seem strange to readers who aren’t used to them. For example, there is a holiday bigger than Christmas... Continue Reading →

“Broken” by K.M. Harding

How much can a person take and not break down? Is it possible to get through the hardships alone, without any help from those who care about you? What can heal a shattered soul? K.M. Harding answers these difficult questions in her book “Broken”. And while doing it she puts the readers on such a... Continue Reading →

“Saying Goodbye Forever” by H. Pearce

Grief comes in many forms. You can grieve over something you have lost. And you can also grieve over something you’ve never had. “Saying Goodbye Forever” by H. Pearce follows Gemma’s path through her grief over losing her husband. Neither did her marriage resemble a fairy tale, nor was Jack a perfect husband. Still, it is... Continue Reading →

“Gone Away Girl” by Juliette Caron

"Good girls go to heaven, but bad girls go everywhere," states the legendary quote by Helen Gurley Brown. I absolutely loved how Juliette Caron proved the opposite in her book “Gone Away Girl”. Chloe is seventeen, and she is a good girl. She makes a tough choice not every “bad” girl gathers enough courage to make.... Continue Reading →

“Masked Intent” by Kimberly Greer

Have you ever wondered what hides behind a polished façade of a womaniser? In literature and onscreen the men who refuse to commit and form a long-term relationship are usually depicted from the perspective “I’ve chosen it myself because it’s cool and I need nobody in my life”. James Bond doesn’t count – he has... Continue Reading →

“Here Today, Scone Tomorrow” by R.A. Hutchins

If you are on the look-out for a perfect recipe of a cozy mystery, look no further! “Here Today, Scone Tomorrow” by R.A. Hutchins is what you’ve been looking for. Ingredients: -          a newly-divorced forty-something lady with a hefty check from her ex-husband on its way and a glamorous wardrobe -          a quirky English village -          even quirkier... Continue Reading →

“The Dinner Club” by Helen Aitchison

“The Dinner Club” by Helen Aitchison is one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read. This book has a soul, and this soul saturates the pages with true, deep emotions you can’t just shake off when you finish reading. Not that you’d want to. On the contrary, you’d want to continue to bathe in... Continue Reading →

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