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The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

castleJun 28, 20225 min read

describe One of Esquire’s Best Books for Spring 2022 An in-depth reflection on the late style and final work of one of our greatest living critics (Katherine Schultz, New York).…

And We Rise

And We Rise

castleJun 26, 20222 min read

What’s wrong? When AND WE RISE began, the year was 1877. Reconstruction, the period in which U.S. federal troops occupied the former federal states, is over. Jim Crow laws that…

The Legacy of Jim Crow

The Legacy of Jim Crow

castleJun 26, 20223 min read

What’s wrong? Jim Crow’s Legacy, part of the True History series, connects the past with the present, giving readers a deeper understanding of racial oppression and inequality in America. Book…

castleJun 24, 20223 min read

Lying Beside You by Michael Robotham A strong plot combined with smart, punchy writing ensures this thriller is a satisfying read. A powerful and addictive reading paradise. Cyrus is called to…

BEST BOOKS

The Fog Catcher’s Daughter

castleJun 20, 20222 min read

This original story feels like it’s been passed down from generation to generation, a folk tale whispered in a low voice to a child leaning over to listen Ellie and…

On Rotation

On Rotation

castleJun 20, 20223 min read

By Shirlene Obuobi Shirlene Obuobi’s generous debut was a real treat from start to finish. Her exploration of different types of love—platonic, family, and ego—is particularly satisfying. Growing up is…

The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes

The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes

castleJun 23, 20222 min read

By Cat Sebastian If you’re not already a fan of historical romance, you’ll be after reading Marian Hayes’ Perfect Crime. Cat Sebastian returns to the Georgian-era setting of Kit Webb’s…

The Drowning Sea

The Drowning Sea

castleJun 23, 20222 min read

By Sarah Stewart Taylor The Drowning Sea is an atmospheric program about a detective at a crossroads in her life. Retired Long Island homicide detective Maggie D’Arcy is spending the…

castleJun 24, 20223 min read

Lying Beside You by Michael Robotham A strong plot combined with smart, punchy writing ensures this thriller is a satisfying read. A powerful and addictive reading paradise. Cyrus is called to…

Foraging with Kids

Foraging with Kids

castleJun 24, 20223 min read

Hardback edition released 20/09/2018 by Adele Nozedar OVERVIEW OF THE LOVEREADING EXPERTS FOOD WITH YOUR CHILDNature, history, folklore and cuisine seamlessly blend in this beautiful guide to the edible and medicinal…

Feel Good Food

Feel Good Food

castleJun 24, 20221 min read

by Joe Wicks make food that makes you happy What we eat has a huge impact on how we feel. From energizing breakfasts to filling family gatherings, the food you eat…

The Facemaker

The Facemaker

castleJun 25, 20221 min read

There are no textbooks. It’s one detail among all the other revelations that Lindsey Fitzharris offers in The Facemaker, and it never ceases to amaze me. British surgeon Harold Gillies…

NEW BOOKS

5 Tips on How to Write a Book About Your Mother

There are all types of mothers in the world, and there are many things that are written about mothers every…

What Makes a Good Writer?

So you want to be a writer? How can you be a good writer? It would be difficult to define…

Blogging Tips – Five Things Every Blogger Should Know

When you first start out blogging, you might want to make money, or just share your thoughts with others. Whatever…

What is the Average Reading Speed and the Best Rate of Reading?

The average reading speed of a child in primary school is around 200 words per minute (wpm). By the time…

The Difference Between Digital Books and Ebooks

Most people today, don’t know the difference between a digital book and an ebook. In fact, many people think they…

Trust

describe “Vivid and captivating…a glorious novel of empire and destruction, husbands and wives, staggering wealth and…

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How to Read More and Get Better at Reading 

How to Read More and Get Better at Reading 

castleJul 19, 20222 min read

This article will provide readers with tips, tricks and techniques to help them read more and get better at reading. Reading is one of the most important skills that we can learn. Reading helps us to learn new things, expand…

Trust

Trust

castleJun 28, 20227 min read

describe “Vivid and captivating…a glorious novel of empire and destruction, husbands and wives, staggering wealth and untold suffering…a delightful read.” – Oprah DailyA genre-bending, time-jumping tale of New York City’s elite during the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression. –…

The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

castleJun 28, 20225 min read

describe One of Esquire’s Best Books for Spring 2022 An in-depth reflection on the late style and final work of one of our greatest living critics (Katherine Schultz, New York). As artists and athletes age, how does their work change?…

And We Rise

And We Rise

castleJun 26, 20222 min read

What’s wrong? When AND WE RISE began, the year was 1877. Reconstruction, the period in which U.S. federal troops occupied the former federal states, is over. Jim Crow laws that set the rules for segregation were on the rise. This…

Zapato Power Series

Zapato Power Series

castleJun 26, 20222 min read

What’s wrong? Shortly after moving into ZAPATO POWER SERIES’ Starwood Park Apartments, young Freddie Ramos discovers a mysterious gift for him: shoes (“zapatos” in Spanish). Not just any shoes, but shoes that let him run faster than anything else, shoes…