January. A new year. A new motivation. A motivation that, usually, doesn’t last all that long. But when it does, it feels wonderful.
The weather in England is still bitterly cold, if not more so than before Christmas. It is no longer fun anymore. But still, we manage. There’s worse things than a cold wind biting at our faces, after all. Worse things than numb fingers. And the comfort of a warm blanket and hot water bottle can soon rid those nuisances.
What better way to spend those cold evenings than reading?
Let’s see what January brought…
Continue reading January Wrap Up | Actually, quite a lot happened this month…
Fun fact: To this day, this is the review request that tops my list of “most impressive review requests”.
Not that that’s an actual list…
But when Dorinda contacted me a while ago, I was so impressed with the amount of consideration she handle it with. Not only had she gone through my reviews and seen if there were any books similar to hers, but she also quoted my reviews to me and explained how. And I just feel like that needs to be pointed out, because so often review requests are so blunt and barely thought through – thank you Dorinda, for actually taking the time to do that.
So when I saw the review she’d compared it to was Outlander – one of my favourites – I leapt at the chance to read this book. I love a historical fiction, and so here we are today.
Let’s dive into The Cavalier Historian!
Title: The Cavalier Historian
Author: Dorinda Blachin
Publisher: Self Published
Series Status: Standalone
Genre: Historical Fiction, Supernatural
Number of Pages: 382
Continue reading The Cavalier Historian by Dorinda Balchin | An interesting book for a history lover like me, but the ending let it down slightly