Recommended Reading at Tea and Cake for the Soul

I have shared lots of book recommendations on Tea and Cake for the Soul including non-fiction, children’s books, poetry, women’s fiction & chick lit.

If you’re a regular reader, I hope that you’ve enjoyed something that I’ve suggested. If you’re a new follower then perhaps you’d like to check out something from my recommendations.

You can access all previous reviews from the title links below, as well as some money saving tips at the end of this post.

My reviews are all of books that I’ve loved. Most have been ones that I’ve bought, some sent to me by authors or publishers for review consideration and some have been received from NetGalley.

I will only share something that I have genuinely loved. I start lots of books that don’t make it onto Tea and Cake for the Soul.

I don’t publish negative reviews and I don’t share books that I haven’t enjoyed.

I have lots more recommendations to come, and you can now sign up for free email notifications so that you don’t miss any new posts.

WOMEN’S FICTION/CHICK LIT

Annie Lyons – The Happiness List
Carla Burgess – Meet me at Willow Hall
Debbie Johnson – The Comfort Food Cafe
Dee MacDonald – The Get Away Girls
Donna Hepburn – Flip Flops, Fiesta & Flamenco
Emily Ann Brandon – Love on the Rocks
Emma Heatherington – A Miracle on Hope Street
Faith Bleasdale – Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor
Janice Horton – The Backpacking Housewife
Katie Field – The Man I Fell in Love With
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart Hawaii
Lucy Dillon – Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts
Phillipa Ashley – Summer on the Little Cornish Isles
Pippa James – The Happiness Project
Romy Summer – Last of the Summer Vines
Sue Shepherd – Can’t Get You Out of my Head
Tracy Bloom – Dinner Party

Various –  13 Recommended Women’s Fiction From the Last Decade  2018
Various – 8 Free & Cheap Chick Lit Recommendations 2017
Various – A Year of Good Chick Lit Reads 2017
Various – 5 Free Christmas Reads on Kindle 2017
Various – 3 Christmas Chick Lit Reads on a Budget 2018

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POETRY

Claire Baldry – Simply Modern Life
Geraldine Ward – Bouncing Back With a Bang
Various – National Poetry Day 2018

tea cup on a grey table cloth with hand holding an open poetry book

NON-FICTION

Andrew Grumbridge and Vince Raison – Today South London
Dave & Derek Philpot – Dear Mr Popstar
David C Moore – Turning Left Around The World
Paul J Rose – Car Boot Tales
Ruth Devlin – Men … Let’s Talk Menopause
SC Sterling – 33 Percent Rockstar
Stephanie Theobald – Sex Drive (explicit excerpt)

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Addie Broussard – The Beedog
Cheryl Lee-White – Pete the Cheeky Parakeet
Justin Davis – Spy Danger
Lucy Cousins – Maisy Plays Football
Sarah Morrell – The King & The Cockerell
Various – 3 Books from Curly Tale Books
Various – 4 Books From Maverick Books

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TIPS

* HOW TO GET FREE BOOKS LEGALLY

GUEST POSTS

Sophie Jenkins – A Random Act of Kindness
Dee MacDonald – The Silver Ladies of Penny Lane
Holly Wainwright – The Mummy Bloggers
Bella Osborne – Wildflower Park
Fiona Gibson – The Mum Who Got Her Life Back
Kate Hewitt – Meet Me at Willoughby Close

You can view links to the above at:
* My Guest Posts, Collaborations & Interviews


Have you read any of the books that I’ve suggested?

What have you enjoyed the most?
Do you have any books to recommend?

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