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#Feature: Celebrating 25 years of Carole Matthews @carolematthews @littlebookcafe @millieseaward #review #anniversary #25years #ACottagebytheSea

By | May 26, 2022

I was really delighted to receive a message from Millie Seaward at Little Brown asking if I’d like to join the celebrations for Carole Matthews’ 25 year anniversary – of course I would! I’ve been a massive fan of her writing since I picked up Let’s Meet on Platform 8 all those years ago, and her many… Read More »

#Review: Good Neighbours by Mary Grand @authormaryg @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #BoldwoodBloggers #mystery #thriller

By | May 25, 2022

It’s such a pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for the latest book from Mary Grand, Good Neighbours, and to be sharing my review. Published by Boldwood Books on 18th May, it’s now available via Amazon for kindle (just 99p, or free via Kindle Unlimited), in paperback, and as an audiobook. My thanks… Read More »

Feature: The Peacock House by Kate Glanville @GlanvilleKate @AccentPress @RandomTTours #blogtour #guestpost #ThePeacockHouse

By | May 25, 2022

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for The Peacock House by Kate Glanville: published by Headline Accent on 9th September 2021, it’s now available as an e-book on all major platforms, in paperback, and as an audiobook. My thanks to Anne Cater at Random Things Tours for the invitation and… Read More »

#Review: Keep Her Sweet by Helen FitzGerald @FitzHelen @OrendaBooks @RandomTTours #blogtour #SiblingRivalry #KeepHerSweet

By | May 24, 2022

Something a bit different from me today – ok, let me rephrase that, something very different. I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Keep Her Sweet, the forthcoming book from Helen FitzGerald, published by Orenda Books on 26th May for kindle, in paperback and as an audiobook (and available for preorder in all… Read More »

#Review: The Storytellers by Caron McKinlay @CaronMcKinlay @Bloodhoundbook @lovebookstours #blogtour #newrelease #TheStorytellersTour

By | May 18, 2022

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for The Storytellers, the debut novel from Caron McKinlay, and to share my review: published by Bloodhound Books on 16th May, it’s now available as an e-book and in paperback. My thanks to Kelly at Love Books Tours for the invitation and support, and to… Read More »

#Review: The Witch’s Tree by Elena Collins @JudyLeighWriter @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #publicationday #BoldwoodBloggers #TheWitchsTree

By | May 17, 2022

I’m really delighted today to be helping launch the blog tour for The Witch’s Tree by Elena Collins, and to share my publication day review: published by Boldwood Books, it’s now available for kindle (free via Kindle Unlimited), in paperback, and as an audiobook. As always, my thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for… Read More »

#Review: Summer at the French Café by Sue Moorcroft @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK @rararesources #publicationday #blogtour #romance #SummerattheFrenchCafé

By | May 12, 2022

It’s such a pleasure today to be helping launch the blog tour for the latest book from Sue Moorcroft, Summer at the French Café, and to share my publication day review. Published by Avon Books, it’s now available as an ebook (via Amazon in the UK and US for kindle, also for Kobo and via… Read More »

#Review: An Island of Secrets by Eva Glyn @JaneCable @0neMoreChapter_ @rararesources #blogtour #romance #WW2 #Yugoslavia #AnIslandofSecrets

By | May 11, 2022

I’m really delighted today to be joining the blog tour for the latest book from Eva Glyn, An Island of Secrets, and to share my review. Published as an ebook by One More Chapter on 20th April, it’s now available for kindle and on all other major ebook platforms, with the paperback to follow on… Read More »

#Review: The Sweet Shop of Second Chances by Hannah Lynn @HMLynnauthor @rararesources #blogtour #giveaway #romcom #HollyBerrySweetShopseries

By | May 1, 2022

It’s far too long since I last read a book from Hannah Lynn – and I’m really delighted to be helping launch the blog tour today for The Sweet Shop of Second Chances, and to share my review. This book was independently published back in June 2021, and is now available as an e-book (free… Read More »

#Review: The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim by Jules Wake @Juleswake @0neMoreChapter_ @rararesources #publicationdaypush #romcom #romance

By | April 30, 2022

I’m really delighted today to be joining the publication day push for the latest book from the wonderful Jules Wake, The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim, and to share my review. Published by One More Chapter, it’s now available as an e-book and audiobook, with the paperback to follow on 21st July (available for preorder). My… Read More »

#Review: We’ll Always Have Venice by Leonie Mack @LeonieMAuthor @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #publicationday #BoldwoodBloggers

By | April 28, 2022

It’s a pleasure today to be helping launch the blog tour for We’ll Always Have Venice by Leonie Mack, and to share my publication day review. Published today (28th April) by Boldwood Books, it’s now available for kindle (free via Kindle Unlimited), as a paperback, and as an audiobook too. Many thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s… Read More »

#Review: Coombesford Calendar Volume 1 by Elizabeth Ducie @ElizabethDucie #Coombesford #newrelease #shortstories

By | April 27, 2022

I don’t very often read short story collections, but when Elizabeth Ducie got in touch to tell me about Coombesford Calendar Volume 1 I just couldn’t resist. It’s published for kindle tomorrow – also available on other platforms and as a paperback – and currently available for pre-order at just 77p. My thanks to Elizabeth… Read More »

#Review: Daffodils: A Memoir by Louise Beech, narrated by Lesley Harcourt @LouiseWriter @_emmytalks @Bolindaaudio #Daffodils

By | April 24, 2022

You’ll already know that my reading these days is mainly drawn from the lighter end of the spectrum, mostly romance and women’s fiction – and you might just have noticed too that I rarely read non-fiction, and certainly not a memoir. Louise Beech’s memoir, Daffodils, is currently only available as an audiobook – and I… Read More »