20 Books of Summer, Uncategorized, update

20 Books Of Summer Update 

So I thought it was high time I started looking into how I’m actually doing on this challenge, and the fact that this post won on my poll means you guys thought the same. Great minds eh?

As you may remember I picked 15 actual books and had some leeway for the remaining five.

This challenge started in June seeing as we are now into July I thought I should see how I’m fairing. 

So the first book I completed for the 20 Books of Summer was…


This was my first full novel of Katey Lovell’s and wow what an awesome start. The cover is beautiful and the story is lovely. Here is my review of the beautiful The Cafe In Fir Tree Park.

My second book of the challenge…


This gorgeous gorgeous beauty that simply stole my heart this year. Part of my heart is in my fabulous Salou but there is a part in Mojacar and I haven’t even visited this gorgeous place yet but I will. Here is my review of Then Now Always

My audio read…


The review of this beauty hasn’t been finished but I loved this such a funny and lighthearted audio book and another of Catriona aka Fabbookfiend recommendations. 


I was on the blog tour for this beautiful novella and you can still win my copy and here is my review Secrets of The Italian Gardener.


Now this one I was on the cover reveal and the blog tour for this beauty. It’s a gorgeous story and it’s made me think about my life and what I want. My review and The cover reveal

So as it stands that’s five actual books and then these….



And part one and two of this little beauty….


As it stands I have reviewed part one…Brief Encounter at the picture house by the sea.

I was then begging for more so I devoured this.


I loved this but I haven’t had a chance to review this part. I decided to not read part three until nearer part four. As much as I liked part two there were bits that were frustrating my little brain.

Anyway that’s where I’m at….as it stands I’m adoring this

Keep an eye on my Twitter HayleyTOfficial for my polls where you can decide what I post.

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20 Books of Summer, Blog Tour, New Author to me, Uncategorized

Blog Tour: The Chateau of Happily Ever Afters By Jaimie Admans and Giveaway…

Published on by HQ Digital on 7th June 2017

Blurb: Escape to beautiful France this summer with this uplifting romantic comedy.

Where dreams come true…?
Wendy Clayton stopped believing in fairy tales a long time ago. Instead, she has a ‘nice’ life. Nice job. Nice flat. Absolutely no men. Until her life is turned upside-down when her elderly neighbour, Eulalie, passes away and leaves her the Château of Happily Ever Afters!

But there’s a catch: she must share the sprawling French castle with Eulalie’s long-lost nephew, Julian. And no matter how gorgeous he is, or how easily she finds herself falling head over heels, Wendy needs to find a way to get rid of him…
Because surely happily ever afters don’t happen in real life?

Review: Firstly better late than never! It’s been a crazy week for me and I was hoping to spend my day off engrossed by this gorgeous book but the beaming sun gave me other ideas namely a splitting headache, since then I have had a number of interruptions but I’m finally ready to share my thoughts.

I remember when I first saw this cover and Jenny was asking who wanted to be on the cover reveal and then the blog tour and I jumped at the chance. I hadn’t read anything by Jaimie before this but I definitely will read more from her.

Wow wow wow!!!!! This book stirred up so many emotions I was laughing and crying I literally fell in love with the characters especially Wendy and Julian and I too feel like I kind of know Eulalie.

As you would have seen my various wandering Wednesday’s I’m often wandering and this time it’s to France. A place that in my life I have had mixed feelings towards but the chateau sounds picturesque to jet off and change my life like Wendy and Julian have is just what I need right now.

Jaimie thank you for giving me a book that has made me question a lot of the things I say and do. Sometimes taking a step outside of your comfort zone is exactly what you need. 

I love that the story is kind of left open- I would love to see these characters revisited and I desperately want to read more from Jaimie. I loved trying to power read to make this all happen and I’m glad I did this book is one of my faves from 2017 and I will definitely be recommending to anyone who will listen.

To honour the fact this post is so late it’s almost tomorrow I won’t be posting tomorrow. Have a wonderful weekend whatever you are doing and share with me what you are reading.

There is a gorgeous giveaway that I almost forgot.

http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/bf633057119/

20 Books of Summer, Blog Tour, Short Story

Blog Tour: Secrets Of The Italian Gardener. A Novella By Andrew Crofts plus win my book!

Today here at Hayley Reviews we welcome the blog tour for Secrets Of The Italian Gardener a novella. I’m also going to give my gorgeous book away as it should be shared not shelved…

Paperback is published by RedDoor Publishing on 6th July 2017

Blurb: Mo, the wealthy dictator of a volatile Middle Eastern country, enlists a ghostwriter to tell his story to the world and enshrine him in history as a glorious ruler. Inside Mo’s besieged palace the ghost forms an unlikely friendship with a wise and seemingly innocent Italian gardener who slowly reveals that the regime isn’t all it appears to be. As a violent rebellion threatens all their lives the ghost struggles to cope with a personal secret too painful to bear. 

SECRETS OF THE ITALIAN GARDENER takes the reader on a heart-pounding journey through the bloody downfall of a doomed tyrant in the company of a young couple struggling to cope with the greatest private tragedy imaginable. 


Author Andrew Crofts has spent much of his ghostwriting career among the dictators, politicians, arms dealers and billionaires who hold the reins of power and control the wealth of the world. When working for them, he was stationed in their lavish palaces and heavily guarded compounds in the wildest parts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East as well as in tax havens like Monaco, Bermuda and the Caribbean.

Review: Wow! Where the hell do I start? What a kick ass, heart pounding novella. It may be short in pages but Andrew really does pack a punch. 

I received this beauty of a book a while ago but I left it to almost just before today so I could inhale it and then pen my thoughts and wow just wow! Twists, turns and tragedy I was hanging on the edge of my seat. As I sat in Starbucks with a little time before my slightly later shift yesterday I was about 40% through and I still had no idea what was to come. 

I don’t want to say to much as I believe this story encompasses you when reading it. I knew early on that the ghostwriter was hiding something but I couldn’t never have prepared myself for what that something was. The way he was so down on himself I honestly was on a completely different wave length to the truth. In finding out his real story I felt compassion and could see why his morals would be compromised, each and everyone of us would do the same for our own family and loved ones.

Mo was a hard character to understand but as a ruler, there are always hard lines. With Lou just like the ghost writer he was easy to warm to, although his wife’s reaction to the writer did make me question him but not enough so I was still shocked at part of the outcome. 

My greatest sadness with this novella is that this would have been an ideal book to pass on to my beloved Grandad Sam – he had a love for politics and mystery he shared my love of books. There aren’t many we would have both read but when I have found them they are bittersweet since he died there have been a few books that touched me and made me sad as we would never share that story. I love the fact that as I have got older I can now appreciate a number of books that he loved and I look forward to discovering more and more of them. 

There were some gorgeous quotes and metaphors in this book and here are two quotes that stuck with me. Although to be honest there are probably loads from this book alone.

The world needs to find a way to give them more space to think and dream. 

And I also liked.

People like simple stories with intriguing beginnings, gripping middles and inspiring ends. 

What a description.

Now I adored this book and it needs to be shared rather than sat on a shelf so who wants my gorgeous copy. So tell me why and it could be yours….


The tour ends tomorrow don’t miss it. 

20 Books of Summer, ebook, Netgalley, Review, Uncategorized

Book Review: Then, Now, Always By Isabelle Broom

Published 20th April 2017 by Penguin 

Blurb: Hannah Hodges can’t believe her luck when she’s offered a trip to sunny Spain with her best friend and dreamy boss . . . but what’s the catch?

‘Fresh, fun and full of sexual tension… a perfect spring read’ Heat
Twenty-eight year old Hannah is ready for an adventure. She and her colleagues are in Spain for a month to film a documentary, and it’s a dream come true. Not least because Hannah will get to spend long summer days with Theo, her boss (and gorgeous crush). It couldn’t be a more perfect setting to fall in love…
If only Tom (Hannah’s best friend and cameramen) and Claudette (the presenter) would stop getting in the way…
Then things become even more complicated when Nancy, Hannah’s half-sister arrives. What on earth is she doing here?
For just once in her life, can’t Hannah have one perfect summer, free of any drama?
Calling all escapists! Prepare to be whisked away to the Spanish sun in this completely absorbing page-turner.

Review: Wow! So this is my first Isabelle Broom novel although I’m sure I have another on my kindle. You know the drill they are 99p you purchase and it still takes forever to be read. Yeah that. This book was given to me by Netgalley, where I get sucked in by all the awesome sounding books and it takes me a while to get round to them ooops. So this is my second book for 20 books of summer and what a summery feel good read this was. I’m actually kind of sad that it’s over. Plus I’m also wanting to visit Mojacar. If anyone has been how many days would I need to see the sights? 

Hannah has a special bond with Mojacar and I feel like I know the place even though I had never heard of it until I read this beauty of a book. Now I want to see Mojacar in all it’s beauty, I want to experience the magic of this serene village. Hannah’s love of Mojacar makes me think of my love for Salou although she had a much longer gap in her trips than I have.

I love that Isabelle has managed to feature so many real life issues. Families and their secrets, betrayal, abuse, wanderlust, friendship, love and what stood out for me is how Hannah realises who she is and what she wants. It has nothing to do with her loveable goofy friend Tom or her gorgeous boss Theo, although these boys do make her see who she really is and that is beyond inspiring. 

What else can I say I don’t want to spoil the story, but I will say Hannah’s relationship with each and every character changes her in some way. For me her relationships with Elaine and Nancy show very different sides to Hannah yet both women shape so much about her future. 

It’s funny along the way you are always routing for Hannah and things to go her way, and just like Hannah we realise that what she thought was perfection was merely a learning curve.

I cannot express how much I loved this novel, and now I want to wanderlust even more than I did before. 

OMG! you cannot end a novel on a cliffhanger like that what an OMG moment. I literally fell in love with the story, the characters and most of all the serene calmness of Mojacar. If you want to be swept away to a village full of magic and rainbows then pick up Then.Now.Always I will remember this book for years to come and as I say Mojacar is now on my want list.

20 Books of Summer, Uncategorized, Wandering Wednesday

Wandering Wednesday 


So I promised that there would be something new on the blog this week and here it is. 

Recently I have become increasingly interested in bookish memes. Over the years on here with Dark Readers and on my older blog I have covered many memes. Last week I took part in Friday Finds and First Line Friday both of which I enjoyed taking part in although one seemed more popular on here to the other. There are so many that I could mention but I will only mention those that I took part in last week as they are the ones that got me thinking. 

Wandering Wednesday is my new little haven here on Hayley Reviews. 

Ever since I have returned from my trip to Salou, Costa Daurada, Spain. I have been longing to return to the sunshine and the gorgeous beaches. Which has prompted conversations that have always come across as a bit of a joke but now it’s more like. Yes. 

Anyway the point to this post on a Wednesday I will wander via a book or an author. Yesterday I started reading Isabelle Broom’s Then. Now. Always – which I’m really enjoying so far.


As I mentioned I have been to Salou and Barcelona many times but I hadn’t heard of Mojacar, but I’m interested now. 
So if you would like to wander with me on a Wednesday please send me the links so I can comment and share the love. 

This week is mainly an introduction to my new post but I hope to include author wanderings and wanderlust based books. I have come across a few that I have posted but if anyone has any recommendations then please send them my way. Also if there are any authors reading this or that you think of send it over to them and or let me know. 

Rules: Wandering Wednesday is a bookish meme set up by Hayley Reviews allowing Wanderlust and love of books that enhance that feeling. There’s no real specific, I just want to create a meme that can get us wandering and sharing books and ideas etc. So post and #WanderingWednesday and please please link back to me.

My gorgeous Wandering Wednesday pic was created by my inspirational friend Emma who has recently set up a travel blog check it out. Emmastravelblog you can see why I love the Costa Daurada….


A few pics of Cap Salou….take me back. 

20 Books of Summer, Uncategorized, update

Reading Update….

Happy Tuesday all, I’m so sorry. I really wanted to get a blog post up yesterday but after a great Sunday out yesterday was back to reality. 

On the plus side I managed to finish reading my first book for #20BooksofSummer. The Cafe in Fir Tree Park was my first read and the review will follow this week. What I will say is saying goodbye to those beautiful characters was hard, but you will get my full review in the next day or so.

This week I intend on bringing something new to my blog and I’m hoping that will be tomorrow. All I can say is there is an element of how I’m feeling with a bookish element. 

I also have a few reviews lined up and I’m part of a cover reveal on Friday, plus First Line Friday seemed to go down well so that makes also make an appearance once more.

A question for you: Do you want to see reviews of all my audio reads?

If there is anything you would like to see or whether you have a question for me feel free to comment below and I shall respond. 

Books I’m starting today….


Katey has me hooked right now and I thought I would get a short in before I start my next read.


This one has been on my TBR for a while and it won my poll in what I should read next. Plus this is probably going to make my Wanderlust for Spain worse but we shall see. 

I would love to hear from you so please do get in touch. 

20 Books of Summer, Netgalley, TBR, Uncategorized, update

20 Books of Summer…

So whenever I attempt a reading challenge something happens. I am firstly aiming to do better…so if I can get part of the way through this challenge I will be chuffed. I really do ❤ book bloggers, I have received so much love with the shares, RTs and comments. It all helps to motivate me. Every achievement has felt a little bit more special since I moved over to Hayley Reviews as it’s all me. 

#20booksofsummer was devised by Cathy at 746Books. The plan is to read 20 books between 1st June and 3 September. 

You can read about the challenge here so here is my books that I will be attempting some may change and I will do my best to get to 20.

So I’m starting with my current read…

1. Cafe in Fir Tree Park by Katey Lovell


Blurb: Maggie’s café is at the very heart of Fir Tree Park. Business is booming, her lemon drizzle is the stuff of legend, her children are happy and life is good. But she hasn’t had it easy. When her husband Clint was sent to prison, she had to raise Josh and Kelly alone. But Clint can’t hurt them now, and there’s no denying that Paolo, the Italian football coach she spies every weekend out on the green, is more than easy on the eye.

It may be summer outside, but a new arrival in Fir Tree Park sends an icy chill through the café…

If you are regular on my blog you will see I have read and loved a few of the Meet Cutes which I have adored and I will be reading more but they are super short so will be additional to this. 

2. Friends and Liars by Kaela Coble


Blurb: It has been ten years since Ruby left her hometown behind. Since then she’s built a life away from her recovering alcoholic mother and her first love, Murphy. But when Danny, one of her estranged friends from childhood, commits suicide, guilt draws Ruby back into the tumultuous world she escaped all those years ago.

She’s dreading the funeral – and with good reason. Danny has left a series of envelopes addressed to his former friends. Inside each envelope is a secret about every person in the group. Ruby’s secret is so explosive, she will fight tooth-and-nail to keep it hidden from those she once loved so deeply, even if that means risking everything…

This is a Netgalley read that I should have started but I’m blaming the Cafe in Fir Tree Park. (But I’m loving it soooo) this one intrigued me when I read the blurb so I’m looking forward to devouring this one. 

3. Our Little Secret by Darren O’Sullivan

Blurb: A deserted train station: A man waits. A woman watches.

Chris is ready to join his wife. He’s planned this moment for nearly a year. The date. The time. The train. But he hadn’t factored in Sarah.

So when Sarah walks on to the platform and sees a man swaying at the edge she assumes he’s just had too much to drink. What she doesn’t expect is to stop a suicide.
As Sarah becomes obsessed with discovering the secrets that Chris is clearly hiding, he becomes obsessed with stopping her, protecting her.
But there are some secrets that are meant to stay buried… 

This one I found on Twitter and thankfully was accepted by Netgalley yay. Another Thriller. 

4. Last Seen by Lucy Clarke


Blurb: Seven years ago, two boys went missing at sea – and only one was brought to shore. The Sandbank, a remote stretch of coast dotted with beach huts, was scarred forever.

Sarah’s son survived, but on the anniversary of the accident, he disappears without trace. As new secrets begin to surface, The Sandbank hums with tension and unanswered questions. Sarah’s search grows more desperate and she starts to mistrust everyone she knows – and she’s right to.
Someone saw everything on that fateful day seven years ago. And they’ll do anything to keep the truth buried.
Ok!!! Umm another Thriller. It’s also another Netgalley read. 

5. The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho


Blurb: Combining magic, mysticism, wisdom and wonder into an inspiring tale of self-discovery, The Alchemist has become a modern classic, selling millions of copies around the world and transforming the lives of countless readers across generations.

Paulo Coelho’s masterpiece tells the mystical story of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure. His quest will lead him to riches far different—and far more satisfying—than he ever imagined. Santiago’s journey teaches us about the essential wisdom of listening to our hearts, of recognizing opportunity and learning to read the omens strewn along life’s path, and, most importantly, to follow our dreams.
In reading The New Beginnings Coffee Club this book was mentioned and I am now intrigued as Noah is one of my book boyfriends and he recommended it. 

6. SealSkin by Su Bristow

Blurb: What happens when magic collides with reality? Donald is a young fisherman, eking out a lonely living on the west coast of Scotland. One night he witnesses something miraculous … and makes a terrible mistake. His action changes lives – not only his own, but those of his family and the entire tightly knit community in which they live. Can he ever atone for the wrong he has done, and can love grow when its foundation is violence? Based on the legend of the selkies – seals who can transform into people – Sealskin is a magical story, evoking the harsh beauty of the landscape, the resilience of its people, both human and animal, and the triumph of hope over fear and prejudice. With exquisite grace, Exeter Novel Prize-winner Su Bristow transports us to a different world, subtly and beautifully exploring what it means to be an outsider, and our innate capacity for forgiveness and acceptance. Rich with myth and magic, Sealskin is, nonetheless, a very human story, as relevant to our world as to the timeless place in which it is set. And it is, quite simply, unforgettable. 

I feel awful that I have had this book for ages and I still haven’t read it. 

7. Then. Now. always by Isabelle Broom

Blurb: Hannah Hodges can’t believe her luck when she’s offered a trip to sunny Spain with her best friend and dreamy boss . . . but what’s the catch?

‘Fresh, fun and full of sexual tension… a perfect spring read’ Heat

Twenty-eight year old Hannah is ready for an adventure. She and her colleagues are in Spain for a month to film a documentary, and it’s a dream come true. Not least because Hannah will get to spend long summer days with Theo, her boss (and gorgeous crush). It couldn’t be a more perfect setting to fall in love…
If only Tom (Hannah’s best friend and cameramen) and Claudette (the presenter) would stop getting in the way…
Then things become even more complicated when Nancy, Hannah’s half-sister arrives. What on earth is she doing here?
For just once in her life, can’t Hannah have one perfect summer, free of any drama?
This one needs bumping up. I miss Spain. I need to stop clicking Netgalley as I can’t read in time. 

8. Mr Make Believe by Bezzy Marsh


Blurb: Marnie Martin’s formerly perfect life is not quite going to plan. 

Hard-hitting newspaper journalist turned stay-at-home mum and part-time failing food columnist, Marnie is wondering when her life went so wrong.
While her husband Matt’s career takes off, she’s left with the impossible task of pairing socks and locating Lego. His late nights at the office are turning into late nights who knows where else and they haven’t had a proper conversation in weeks, sex in months, or a full night’s sleep in years. 
On the brink of losing everything when a fantasy about movie star Maddox Wolfe leads to a missed deadline and a disastrous case of food poisoning, Marnie becomes Mrs Make Believe: anonymous blogger, secret spiller, and voice of imperfect mums everywhere. 
However, Marnie Martin could never have imagined that her movie star daydream would walk off the screen and into her reality, turning her already muddled world totally on its head.
Will Marnie find happiness in the arms of the (literal) man of her dreams? Or will she find that true love is just make believe?
Another Twitter find that had me clicking download yet I haven’t read it yet. 

9. Things Get Better by Katie Piper


Blurb: To look and listen to the extraordinary Katie Piper, it is difficult to comprehend the severe trauma she suffered from a brutal rape and acid attack which left her with deep physical and emotional scars. These terrible events would have crushed most people, but through her positive outlook and sheer determination, Katie has become inspirational to millions and living proof that no matter what life throws at you, if you work hard and believe – things will get better.

Katie now begins to answer the question that everyone wants to know – ‘Where did you find the courage?’ She shares the key steps and support that led to her emotional recovery and acknowledges the pain we have all felt at times, whether suffering a breakup, life change or more serious trauma. Drawing on her own experiences and letters from other survivors, Katie shows with spectacular compassion that we can all find the strength within to carry on.
I have been reading start your day with Katie 365 affirmations for a year of positive thinking on and off since I purchased it. I love it. I am also desperate to read her confidence the secret.

10. Right here waiting for you by Rebecca Pugh


Blurb: Magda used to be the girl everyone wanted to be – most likely to achieve her every wish. That is until suddenly her perfect life seems to be anything but!

Sophia has never regretted her life, sure it isn’t perfect, but being a single mum to a daughter she loves is pretty great. Perhaps she never moved away from home, or got to live out her dreams, but what she has right now isn’t so bad.
That is until an invitation to their school reunion arrives, throwing both their lives into a spin – because these two used to be friends and it might finally be time to face up to that one big mistake that happened all those years ago…
This girl is pretty awesome and I pre-ordered this beauty it sounds gorgeous and right here waiting is a song I love with lots of memories. 

11. The Italian Gardener by Andrew Croats

Blurb: Mo, the wealthy dictator of a volatile Middle Eastern country, enlists a ghostwriter to tell his story to the world and enshrine him in history as a glorious ruler. Inside Mo’s besieged palace the ghost forms an unlikely friendship with a wise and seemingly innocent Italian gardener who slowly reveals that the regime isn’t all it appears to be. As a violent rebellion threatens all their lives the ghost struggles to cope with a personal secret too painful to bear. 

SECRETS OF THE ITALIAN GARDENER takes the reader on a heart-pounding journey through the bloody downfall of a doomed tyrant in the company of a young couple struggling to cope with the greatest private tragedy imaginable. 
I was sent this gorgeous novella from RedDoor publishing…I cannot wait to delve into this I haven’t been let down by this publisher.

12. Child Taken by Darren Young 

Blurb: One hot summer’s day, two-year-old Jessica Preston disappears from the beach. The police are convinced she drowned, but Sandra Preston won’t give up hope that her daughter is still alive. After all, a mother’s instinct is never wrong.

Is it?

Twenty years later, another child goes missing, and Sandra is approached by a young journalist who raises questions about what really happened to Jessica Preston all those years ago. But when the journalist discovers someone with an explosive secret, it threatens not only to reveal what’s been covered up for so long, but puts both their lives in danger.

When I saw RedDoor publishing talk of this I jumped on it and posted the YouTube video on here and it’s been my most liked post. Scary but intrigued.

13. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Blurb: The bestselling novel about love, loss and hope from the twice Carnegie Medal-winning Patrick Ness, soon to be a major motion picture. Conor has the same dream every night, ever since his mother first fell ill, ever since she started the treatments that don’t quite seem to be working. But tonight is different. Tonight, when he wakes, there’s a visitor at his window. It’s ancient, elemental, a force of nature. And it wants the most dangerous thing of all from Conor. It wants the truth. Patrick Ness takes the final idea of the late, award-winning writer Siobhan Dowd and weaves an extraordinary and heartbreaking tale of mischief, healing and above all, the courage it takes to survive.

14. Jamaica Inn by Daphne Du Maurier 


Blurb: On a bitter November evening, young Mary Yellan journeys across the rainswept moors to Jamaica Inn in honour of her mother’s dying request. When she arrives, the warning of the coachman begins to echo in her memory, for her aunt Patience cowers before hulking Uncle Joss Merlyn. Terrified of the inn’s brooding power, Mary gradually finds herself ensnared in the dark schemes being enacted behind its crumbling walls — and tempted to love a man she dares not trust.

Love Daphne have read and adored Rebecca and Frenchman’s Creek perfect reason to get stuck into more…

15. Milly Johnson The Queen of Wishful Thinking


Blurb: When Lewis Harley has a health scare in his early forties, he takes it as a wake-up call. So he and his wife Charlotte leave behind life in the fast lane and Lewis opens the antique shop he has dreamed of. Bonnie Brookland was brought up in the antiques trade and now works for the man who bought out her father’s business, but she isn’t happy there. So when she walks into Lew’s shop, she knows this is the place for her.

As Bonnie and Lew start to work together, they soon realise that there is more to their relationship than either thought. But Bonnie is trapped in an unhappy marriage, and Lew and Charlotte have more problems than they care to admit. Each has secrets in their past which are about to be uncovered. Can they find the happiness they both deserve?
I was lucky enough to win this from the publisher on Twitter 🙂 

So I have listed 15 some I should have read or are released soon, some have been sat waiting and some I just want to devour. I hope I can do this plus I will hopefully add 5 more. There’s bound to be Books I have forgotten and ones that come out…..

So let’s see. Anything I should bump up from my list and any recommendations would love to hear from you….one last thing how often would you like updates on this.