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The brilliant Sophia Money-Coutts joins me in this video interview at the virtual lit.Love 2020 for a talk about books and travel. Sophia talks about juggling her work as a journalist and a writer, her novels and we swoon about one of her hero’s. I hope you enjoy this chat as much as I did. Continue reading Sophia Money-Coutts “And how hilarious would that be, that’s a rom com novel in itself.” | Interview
Have you ever written a wish list? A list of things you wish for your life? A list of qualities that a potential partner needs to have? I think everyone has one of those lists, probably in their head and not written out. I know I have one. My wants and needs from myself, my life and a potential partner. Would I ever write it out? Probably not. However, this is what Flo had to do in The Wish List by Sophia Money-Coutts and it seems to have worked. Continue reading The Wish List by Sophia Money-Coutts | Review
Do you have storylines that you enjoy every time, even tough they might be cliched? For me one of those storylines is unexpected pregnancy after a one-night-stand or very short relationship. I can’t even tell you why I enjoy that so much, just that I have never been disappointed in a story with this element. Sophia Money-Coutts’ second novel What Happens Now? is no exception. Continue reading What Happens Now? by Sophia Money-Coutts | Review
The Plus One by Sophia Money-Coutts was one of those books that I picked up because I liked the cover and I ended up finding a new favourite author. I completely fell in love with Money-Coutts’ writing style, which does remind me a great deal of another one of my favourite authors, Sophie Kinsella. It’s humorous, witty and draws you in to even the most ridiculous aspects of the story. Continue reading The Plus One by Sophia Money-Coutts | Review