book review

Book Review – Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

Ghosts is the first novel from popular journalist and broadcaster Dolly Alderton and is the follow up to the bestselling memoir Everything I Know About Love.     Nina is a 30-something Londoner with a successful career and not-so-successful personal life. With a nudge from well-meaning friend Lola, she decides to try dating apps and, …

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Book Review – Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly

Inspired by the gruesome Grimm Fairytales, this is a book that takes elements of many tried-and-true campfire stories and weaves them into a deliciously modern tale of strength, weakness and all that’s in between.   Sophie is a princess, weak of heart and ruled by her stepmother who orders her huntsman to cut out her heart. …

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Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

In a sleepy village just outside London, a group of octogenarians with a penchant for detective work find their latest victim much closer to home. When the owner of their retirement village is found dead at his lavish residence, the Thursday Murder Club are on the case, manipulating the police and gathering information by ever …

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My Story

This is me. Lisa Ann Kissane. I’ve named this post “My Story” as I’m currently reading a book called Living the Life Unexpected by Jody Day (available here: https://amzn.to/2XOSPQJ) and the first exercise is to tell my story of childlessness. This may seem strange considering the intention of this blog is to entice clients for …

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