So Many Books, So Little Time

Powell_Knight_Cover_Template_UK.inddHave you ever heard anyone say what’s written in the title of this post? I have – and I’ve said it myself. Booklovers have hijacked Mae West’s ‘So many men, so little time’ comment and twisted it to refer to the unending supply of books we want to read. It seems an appropriate quotation for a World Book Day post. I doubt my to-be-read pile will ever disappear. I always have something else I am dying to read. And my mind is filled with the wonderful stories I’ve already read.

01_Whither Thou GoestIf you’re looking for something new to read on World Book Day, here’s some of the wonderful novels I’ve enjoyed recently:

The Interview by Patricia O’Reilly

Fragile Lies by Laura Elliot

The Root of the Tudor Rose by Mari Griffith

Maybe This Christmas by Sarah Morgan

Whither Thou Goest by Anna Belfrage

House ZaronzaThe Blood of the Fifth Knight by E M Powell

The Turn of the Tide by Margaret Skea

The House of Zaronza by Vanessa Couchman

Crack open a book and celebrate World Book Day!

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About Dianne Ascroft

I'm a Canadian writer and author, living in Britain. My first novel, 'Hitler and Mars Bars' was released in March 2008. More information abo
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