Genre: Fiction

Blog Tour Review: The Silen..

Posted 20th November 2019
Reviews
Blog Tour Review: The Silent Victim

Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via netgalley and for letting me take part in this tour. I am a big lover of crime novels so I was excited for this one. Most crime novels are told from the detective’s perspective but this one is written […]

Review: Darkdawn

Posted 10th November 2019
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Review: Darkdawn

I finished Godsgrave in May this year. Oh man, I was furious with Jay when I finished it. I wanted to throw a tantrum for that cliffhanger ending. So quite clearly I was counting down the days until I could read Darkdawn. If you are reading this then you are […]

Friday in Focus with Kathy ..

Posted 16th March 2018
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Friday in Focus with Kathy Sharp

It’s Friday!!!! FINALLY!! And today I am excited to be joined by Kathy Sharp. Can you tell us about your most recent book? Whales and Strange Stars is set in the marshlands of 18th century Kent. All of the characters have something to hide, so it’s a tale of mysteries […]

Friday In Focus with Sandy ..

Posted 26th January 2018
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Friday In Focus with Sandy Day

After a little break my Friday in Focus posts are back!!!! Whoop Whoop! So today we are kicking off the return with a spotlight on Sandy Day’s book Fred’s Funeral. Fred’s Funeral is set in 1986, Ontario, Canada. Fred Sadler, a WWI veteran, has just died of old age and his […]

Blog Tour Review: The Silen..

Posted 25th February 2017
Blog Tours, Reviews
Blog Tour Review: The Silent Wife

Would you risk everything for the man you loved? Even if you knew he’d done something terrible? Lara’s life looks perfect on the surface. Gorgeous doting husband Massimo, sweet little son Sandro and the perfect home. Lara knows something about Massimo. Something she can’t tell anyone else or everything Massimo […]

Review: A Song for Tomorrow

Posted 16th February 2017
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Review: A Song for Tomorrow

Tom fell in love with Alice the moment he saw her. He realises that being with her will not be easy, but she is a force of nature, a burst of sunlight in his otherwise ordinary world. Some people might look at Alice and think she has everything, but Alice […]

Friday In Focus with Cather..

Posted 2nd December 2016
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Friday In Focus with Catherine Hokin

A Merry Medieval Christmas Today we have a Christmas post that is a little different. I am excited to be joined by Catherine to talk about the Christmas’ of years gone by. 24 hogshead of wine, 200 head of pork, 1,000 hens, 500 lbs of wax, 50 lbs of pepper, 2 lbs […]

Book News: Return to the Li..

Posted 6th September 2016
Book News
Book News: Return to the Little French Guesthouse – An Extract

Blue skies, new love, and a glass of Bordeaux . . . what could possibly go wrong? When Emmy Jamieson leaves her life behind and moves to La Cour des Roses, a gorgeous guesthouse amidst vineyards in France, everything is resting on her success as the new guesthouse manager. Looming […]

Blog Tour Review: The Flowe..

Posted 13th June 2016
Blog Tours, Reviews
Blog Tour Review: The Flower Seller

Have love and loyalty gone out of fashion? Jessie Martin believes that when it comes to love there are three types of people: the skimmers, the bottom dwellers and the ones who dive for pearls. Jessie is a pearl diver. She had thought her husband William was a pearl diver […]

Friday In Focus with Jules ..

Posted 6th May 2016
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Friday In Focus with Jules Wake

Happy Friday!!!!!! Today I am joined by the  wonderful Jules Wake to talk about writing her fourth book. Escape to the Riviera is the fourth book you’ve had published. Do you find writing a book has become easier? In some ways yes in others no.  I still find it hard […]