Today I’m on the blog tour for The Tissue Veil by Brenda Bannister. The Tissue Veil is a story of two teenagers living in the same East end property, but 100 years apart. I have an extract below for you to read over. It is really good!
What if you discovered a hundred-year-old diary under your floorboards – and then found references in it to yourself? Or if you lived in 1901, yet kept seeing glimpses of a girl from modern times? And what if both of you had problems that only the other could really understand? Emily and Aysha live in the same Stepney house and an inexplicable link develops between them, fuelled by Aysha’s discovery of a journal and Emily’s sightings of a ‘future ghost’. Each takes courage from the other’s predicament – after all, what’s a hundred years between friends?
Today I’m on the blog tour for Chasing Ghosts by Madalyn Morgan. A book that is different, set after World War 2 but still with the fears and emotions.
Read on for my review and the chance to win a signed copy.
The blog tour is running from the 8th until 14th October.
Happy Monday! Today it’s my turn to be on the blog tour for Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits by Liana Strat. A fun little picture book on naming veggies and fruit, helping toddlers and preschoolers with learning their fruit and vegetables.
Read on to see what we thought.
For this week’s Saturday Catch Up post I’m on the blog tour for The Paris Secret by Lily Graham. Reading this book has been my “me time” this week, which I have desperately needed with two poorly girls. It’s been read at 2am, 4am 11am and various other naptimes in the afternoons. But the one good thing about The Paris Secret is that it’s been easy to pick up, at various points in the story when I’ve had to quickly put it down.
Thanks to Bookouture and Lily Graham for giving me the chance to read an advance copy of The Parish Secret.
The last time Valerie was in Paris, she was three years old, running from the Nazis, away from the only home she had ever known.
Today It’s my turn to be on the blog tour for Because Mummy Said So by Shari Low. If you are looking for a laugh about motherhood this is it! A collection of stories that cover almost any topic to do with being a mum! From chicken pox, to superheroes and embarrassing situations!
Carry on reading to have the chance of winning 1 of 2 ebook copies for yourself!
The era of the yummy mummy has finally gone.
To celebrate this, Shari Low has taken a baby wipe to the glossy veneer of the school of perfect parenting and written Because I Said So to show us the truth about motherhood in all of its sleep-deprived, frazzled glory.
I have a 2 and a half-year old who is obsessed with sticker books. Trouble is not only does she stick the stickers in the books but on the windows, sofa, table, my arm doors and god knows wherever else! I do love finding her new sticker books though. It keeps her calm and quieter for a while so I get 5 minutes peace and quiet. When we got sent the Hey Duggee Sticky Stick Sticker book from Ladybird to look at I knew it would be one of her favourites.