Book Review – Finding Grace by KL Slater

Today it’s my turn to be on the blog tour for Finding Grace by KL Slater, who happens to be my favourite author at the moment. I reviewed Closer back in October and absolutely loved it! Finding Grace had a lot to live up to for me. Did KL Slater manage to meet my high expectations? Well you will have…

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Danny Dingle’s Fantastic Finds – The Farts of Gratitude Review and Giveaway

The past couple of days I’ve got my teeth into reading The Farts of Gratitude. The new book in the Danny Dingle’s Fantastic Finds series. I can tell you know it’s been a HOOT! Book Description How do you hide a super-secret spy operation? Use your boring family holiday as a cover! (OBVIOUSLY.) Metal Face has a super-cool new band…

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ZaZa’s Storybox Review

Little Baby Dottie is nearly 10 months old now and really getting an interest in books. She loves to sit on me and listen (also try to take the book!) to me reading to my 3 year old. But these books are more for the preschool age and not for a baby. When I noticed a shout out on Twitter…

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Book Review: Coming Home To Holly Close Farm by Julie Houston

Today it’s my turn to be on the tour for Coming Home To Holly Close Farm by Julie Houston. As I’m a farmer’s daughter I’ve always been drawn to books with a farm element so I thought this new release would be right up my street. Book Description Charlie Maddison loves being an architect in London, but when she finds…

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The Orphan Sisters by Shirley Dickson

I’m back on a blog tour, the first for 2019! I’m aiming to try and do more this year. Reading is my relaxing time and that bit of me time. Anyway back to the tour. Today it’s my turn for the review of The Orphan Sisters by Shirley Dickson. A wonderful World War II novel. A heartbreaking, unputdownable and utterly…

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Enid Blyton Books – The Famous Five

I was around 9 years old when I got my first Enid Blyton book – The Wishing Chair. Ever since that moment I’ve been a huge Enid Blyton fan and I can’t wait for my girls to discover her books. Recently I got the chance to have a look at and read all the Famous Five books again from Books2Door.…

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The City of Second Chances by Jane Lacey-Crane

Today It’s my turn to be on the blog tour for The City of Second Chances by Jane Lacey-Crane. You can read on for my review and then you have the chance to win 1 of 2 ebook copies for yourself. Book Description She’s already met The One, it was just that Mr Right came along at the wrong time….…

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Thomas and Friends: My First Story Time Box Set Review

I was a huge Thomas the Tank Engine fan as a child, and I’m pleased to say my daughter is as well. Every morning I have to put Channel 5’s Milkshake programme on so she can catch up with Thomas and Friends.  So getting the chance to review the Thomas and Friends: My First Story Time Box Set from Books2Door…

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A Sister’s Struggle by Mary Gibson

Today I’m happy to present my review for the blog tour for A Sister’s Struggle by Mary Gibson. A rich family saga that is perfect for a Winter read. Read on for my review and the chance to win 1 of 2 ebook copies. Book Description – A Sister’s Struggle A young girl struggles to keep body and soul together…

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The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead

I do love this festive time of year. I loved being in the nativity play at school. For a few years I was an angel. I can’t wait until it’s my girls time to be in the school plays. This weekend we started reading The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead as one of our Christmas books.

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Little White Teeth Review and Giveaway

It’s the 1st of December, the start of a crazy month of competitions for everyone. With a toddler and a baby I’m not going to be keeping up posting a competition each day, so I though I’d do one every other day through out advent. Today’s competition is a copy of The Little White Teeth. It’s really hard getting a…

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Picture Books for Kids by Tate Publishing

We all love picture books. It’s how we all got started into the bookish world. Now if you are an art lover also you really are in for a treat with these stunning books from Tate Publishing. I’m pretty sure many of you have heard of the Tate art galleries. I’m lucky to live close by to the Tate down…

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Blog Tour – A Gift From Woolworths by Elaine Everest

Last year I was lucky enough to have the chance to read Christmas at Woolworths by Elaine Everest. Now I’m back having read her latest book – A Gift From Woolworths. Like it’s predecessor, A Gift From Woolworths is one of those festive curl up on the sofa with a hot chocolate reads. Before I share my review, here is…

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