A moving memoir of World War II: No Place To Lay One’s Head

It’s always sad and fascinating to read about lives of people during WW2, as the war was not kind to many of them. Françoise was one of them and she wrote her experiences in a very impressive way. Knowing that they are real and a person goes through so much, is really touching. The writing … More A moving memoir of World War II: No Place To Lay One’s Head

More cozy mysteries from Baroness Orczy, perfect for winter!

Last year, I read and very much enjoyed the first book in this series: The Old Man In The Corner. I was so glad to see there was another book in the same format. Baroness Orczy is the author of much loved classic, Scarlet Pimpernel. This book is a collection of twelve short mysteries, which … More More cozy mysteries from Baroness Orczy, perfect for winter!

Book giveaway:The Bear and the Nightingale

Hi friends, happy Monday! I hope you have a great week. I wanted to start the week sharing my Twitter giveaway. Katherine Arden’s Winternight trilogy is one of my favourites. It’s a slow burning story with a strong female lead, inspired by Russian folklore. It’s perfect for winter, as you’ll feel the Russian wilderness and … More Book giveaway:The Bear and the Nightingale