Bookish Posts, books

Blog Tour: Just Rose by L.T Marshall

Today I have a promo for the brilliant standalone novel from the author of the Carrero series, the wonderful L.T Marshall. Book Blurb The unexpected death of Rose’s beloved aunt ends up being a driving force in her uneventful life. She gives up her lonely, unfulfilled big city existence for the country home and life… Continue reading Blog Tour: Just Rose by L.T Marshall

Bookish Posts, books

Book Promo: The Truth About Love and Dogs by Lily Bartlett

Today I have a promo post author Lily Bartlett. Thank you Lily for joining us today. How often do you pick up a book because of the cover? I do it all the time. It’s what makes me take the time to look at the description, read the first few paragraphs, and, if I like… Continue reading Book Promo: The Truth About Love and Dogs by Lily Bartlett

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Cover Reveal: Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bonner

How exciting! cover reveal number 2 of the week! Today I get to shre with you the cover for Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bonner. Blurb When the choice is between love and life, how can anyone decide? A girl and a monk, both with extraordinary mental powers, have compelling reasons not to fall… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bonner

Bookish Posts, Children's Book Reviews, Family Fun

It’s A Family Thing: Richard O’Neill Author Event

Hey Everyone, A few weeks ago I took my children to an author event at our local bookshop (Guisborough), who may I add had amazing staff. This event was for my almost 4 year old Alexis. The author that was featuring was someone called Richard O'Neill who writes children's books. Alexis as always was really… Continue reading It’s A Family Thing: Richard O’Neill Author Event

Book Blog Tours, Book Reviews

Blog Tour: Crimson Siege by Jay Raven {Review}

Hey Everyone, I am delighted to be bringing you a review for the novel Crimson Siege: Blood Riders by Jay Raven as part of the Blog Tour hosted by Rachel's Random Resources. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Rachel and Jay for inviting me on this tour and providing me with a… Continue reading Blog Tour: Crimson Siege by Jay Raven {Review}

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Blog Tour: The Development by Jackie Kabler {Excerpt}

Hello, today I have an excerpt for you for the novel The Development by Jackie Kabler. Blurb... After a stressful week, TV reporter Cora Baxter is ready for a quiet weekend. But what she hadn’t counted on was witnessing the shocking death of a young woman on her way home. She discovers seventeen-year-old Leanne had… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Development by Jackie Kabler {Excerpt}

Book Blog Tours, Book Reviews

Blog Tour: Spring at Lavender Bay by Sarah Bennett

Hey Everyone. Today I have a review for you for Spring at Lavender Bay by Sarah Bennett. I must apologise as this was due to go out at the weekend but I was unwell in hospital but as they say...better late than never. Blurb... A season for change…? Beth Reynolds loved growing up close to… Continue reading Blog Tour: Spring at Lavender Bay by Sarah Bennett

Book Blog Tours, Book Reviews

Blog Tour: A Dangerous Game by Madeline Dyer {Review}

Today is my stop on the A Dangerous Game by Madeline Dyer blog tour. Blurb... LOVE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE EASY. All her life, Keelie Lin-Sykes has known what she wants: to protect her brother and sisters by killing as many of the soulless Enhanced Ones as she can. Oh, and to have fun… Continue reading Blog Tour: A Dangerous Game by Madeline Dyer {Review}

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Jennifer Gilmour – Isolation Junction {Freebie}

Today I've got a fab freebie from you from Jennifer Gilmour, below Jennifer will be explaining why she is offering this free to readers.  My name is Jennifer Gilmour and I am a survivor of domestic abuse, I have published two books both with a focus on raising awareness about domestic abuse at their core.… Continue reading Jennifer Gilmour – Isolation Junction {Freebie}

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Author Guest Post: Jennifer Gilmour

‘Our wings were clipped, our restrictions were made, our boundaries were tested but now we are free, aren’t we?We look above in the sky at the birds and hope to be free. But the birds make their nests in the trees high above, to protect themselves from predators. Free birds must keep looking over their… Continue reading Author Guest Post: Jennifer Gilmour