Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder Blog Tour

Today I’m on the blog tour for Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder by Alom Shaha. It’s a great fun book, full of things to do with bits and bobs around the home. Book Description Why does the …? What is …? How does …?  Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers, you soon will! Every child can be a scientist with…

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Blog Tour: A Known Evil by Aidan Conway

Today I’m on the blog tour for A Known Evil by Aidan Conway. This time I’m sharing an extract with you instead of a review. I have read the book. Let’s just say you are in for a treat!     Before I share with you an extract from A Known Evil, here is a little bit about the book:…

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The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club Blog Tour

Today it’s my turn to be on the blog tour for the Fairvale Ladies Book Club. I suppose what drew me to this book was the clever use of the words “book club” in the title. Set around the late 1970’s in The Northern Territory. It was a different read to anything I’ve read before, but first here is a…

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Review and Giveaway: Miss Mary’s Daughter by Diney Costeloe

Today it’s my stop on the blog tour for Miss Mary’s Daughter by Diney Costeloe. This one in particular interested me due to it being partly set in Cornwall. I love historical fiction and Diney’s new novel doesn’t disappoint.  

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Book Review: 2051 by L. Stanley

This past week I have been reading a new dystopian novel by L. Stanley, 2051: The Emancipated Synthetic. I haven’t read a dystopian book for while. The last ones being the The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, but those books are more young adult designed. I did watch The Handmaid’s Tale last year on TV and really enjoyed it, that’s…

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Book Review and Giveaway: Behind Her Back by Jane Lythell

Today I’m on the blog tour for Behind her back by Jane Lythell. It’s the second book of the StoryWorld series, but I still found it easy enough to read without reading the first.

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Blog Tour: Christmas Angels by Nadine Dorries

Today I’m happy to say it’s my turn on the blog tour for Nadine Dorries Christmas Angels. As you know from my previous posts I’m a huge fan of Nadine Dorries and her Lovely Lane series. You can catch up here with my reviews of The Children of Lovely Lane and The Mother’s of Lovely Lane. Book Description The nurses…

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Blog Tour – Hell To Pay by Rachel Amphlett

Today I’m on the blog tour for Hell to Pay by Rachel Amphlett. You may remember a few weeks back I was involved with the cover reveal for Hell to Pay. This time I have an interview from Rachel herself on what motivates her. Read on to hear what Rachel says.  

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Blog Tour – Wilde in Love by Eloisa James

Today I’m happy to be on the blog tour for Wilde in Love by Eloisa James. The first book in a new series set in the Georgian Period. Before we get to my review here is a little bit about Wilde in Love. Book Description The first book in Eloisa James’s dazzling new series set in the Georgian period glows…

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Author Guest Post – Bedtime Stories for Grown-Ups

Today on the blog I have a guest post from the lovely Andrew Joyce. You may remember his guest post from last year on what it takes to properly research a book before writing. This time Andrew shares with us one of his short stories from his latest book. Over to you Andrew… What you are about to read is…

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James and the Birthday Balloon Review & Giveaway

Last year we were very lucky to have been chosen to review James and the Amazing Gift by Nicola J. Rowley, and this year she is back with yet another fantastic children’s book. James and the Birthday Balloon. The great thing about Nicola’s books are that they are very meaningful and tell us all a lesson in some way. You…

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The Mothers of Lovely Lane Blog Tour – Review and Giveaway

Last year I was on the blog tour for The Children of Lovely Lane by Nadine Dorries, so I’m excited to be back for the tour for The Mothers of Lovely Lane. On this tour I’m reviewing the book plus hosting a giveaway for a copy, which you will find the details for much further down. Firstly here is a…

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The Butlins Girls Review

The Butlins Girls is not my normal type of reading, well I have slightly moved away from the crime/thriller genre at the moment as my last book was Come Sundown by Nora Roberts! I suppose I like the name The Butlins Girls because of Butlins, the family holiday park, so wanted to see if the book is anything like the…

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