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#Review: This Much Huxley Knows by Gail Aldwin @gailaldwin @brwpublisher #blogtour #preorder #forthcomingrelease #ThisMuchHuxleyKnows

By | June 22, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for This Much Huxley Knows by Gail Aldwin, and sharing my review. Due for publication on 8th July by Black Rose Writing, it’s now available for preorder via Amazon in the UK and US (paperback and kindle – free via Kindle Unlimited), and through Barnes and Noble, HiveUK, and… Read More »

#Review: Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium @rararesources #blogtour #publicationday #MissMoonshine #AuthorsontheEdge

By | June 21, 2021

It’s an absolute delight today to be helping launch the blog tour for Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium, and to share my review: this is the third anthology from nine wonderful Northern romance authors who call themselves Authors on the Edge, and it was one I was particularly looking forward to. Published today (21st June), it’s… Read More »

#Review: A Second-Hand Husband by Claire Calman @clairecalman @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #BoldwoodBloggers #publicationday

By | June 16, 2021

It’s my pleasure today to be helping launch the blog tour for A Second-Hand Husband, the latest book from the wonderful Claire Calman, and to share my publication day review: published today (16th June) by Boldwood Books, it’s now available for kindle (and free via Kindle Unlimited), in paperback and as an audiobook. My thanks to… Read More »

#Feature: Out of the Mountain’s Shadow by Rose Alexander @RoseA_writer @canelo_co #newrelease #guestpost #histfic #Albania #WW2

By | June 15, 2021

It’s a real joy and pleasure today to welcome Rose Alexander as my guest – her latest novel, Out of the Mountain’s Shadow, was published on 10th June by Canelo Saga, and is now available as an ebook (on all major ebook platforms – and just 99p for kindle), in paperback, and as an audiobook. Having… Read More »

#Review: One Summer Sunrise by Shari Low @sharilow @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #BoldwoodBloggers #romance #summerreading

By | June 13, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for One Summer Sunrise by Shari Low, and to share my review: published by Boldwood Books on 3rd June, it’s now available for kindle (free via Kindle Unlimited), in paperback, and as an audiobook. My thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for the invitation and… Read More »

#Review: The River Between Us by Liz Fenwick @liz_fenwick @HQstories #publicationday #histfic #romance #TheRiverBetweenUs

By | June 10, 2021

It’s a real pleasure today to share my publication day review of The River Between Us, the latest book by the wonderful Liz Fenwick: published by HQ, it’s now available as an e-book, in paperback, and as an audiobook. My thanks to the publishers for my advance reading copy, provided via netgalley. It took me… Read More »

#Review: A Family Affair by Julie Houston @JulieHouston2 @Aria_Fiction #publicationday #blogtour #romcom #AFamilyAffair

By | June 3, 2021

I’m so delighted today to be launching the blog tour for A Family Affair by Julie Houston – you’ll know she’s always a personal favourite – and sharing my publication day review. Published by Aria Fiction, this one’s now available for kindle, Kobo, through Google Play, and via iBooks – but you’ll have to wait… Read More »

#Review: A Summer of Second Chances by Carol Thomas @carol_thomas2 @ChocLituk @rararesources #blogtour #romcom

By | June 1, 2021

It’s a pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for A Summer of Second Chances, the latest book from Carol Thomas, and sharing my review. Published by Choc Lit on 27th April, this lovely book – “a heart-warming romance full of love, friendship and four legged friends” – is now available in paperback and on… Read More »

#Review: Old Cases, New Colours (A Dudley Green Investigation) by Madalyn Morgan @ActScribblerDJ #historicalthriller #1960s

By | May 31, 2021

Back at the end of March, I had the pleasure of joining the launch celebrations for Old Cases, New Colours (A Dudley Green Investigation) by Madalyn Morgan, although I sadly just couldn’t find a slot for reading the book (you’ll find the lovely guest post here). The ninth book in the Dudley Sisters saga (but don’t… Read More »

Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of Quick Reads: short books & great stories tackling the adult literacy crisis @readingagency @midaspr #QuickReads

By | May 27, 2021

I expect that quite a lot of people are already familiar with Quick Reads, a programme by The Reading Agency. One in six adults in the UK – approximately 9 million people – find reading difficult, and one in three people do not regularly read for pleasure. Celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, Quick Reads plays… Read More »