Month: February 2021


The Gilded Ones Book Review

The post The Gilded Ones Book Review appeared first on Amy's Bookshelf. The Gilded Ones is a debut fantasy novel set in Otera. Deka, a girl who lives in one of the northern villages is

The Domestic Revolution by Ruth Goodman @omarabooks @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours

I was really fascinated to find out the difference chimneys made. Did you know that they enabled us to have more than one floor in a house? Previously all the smoke gathered, of course, at

A Very Thought Provoking Book. Midnight Library by Matt Haig. A Book Review.

Like Loading… This is the first Matt Haig book I have read, though I have heard lots of great things about his books, I’m only just getting around to reading one. This was a buddy

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

Like Loading… This is a book that challenges the reader to look beyond the stereotypes. We all know the rubbish the media peddle. Kim is made to look like the worst mother possible and as

The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot by Marianne Cronin | Blog Tour Book Review | #LenniAndMargot (@DoubledayUK @itsmcronin)

Dodging doctor’s orders, she joins an art class where she bumps into fellow patient Margot, a rebel-hearted eight-three-year-old from the next ward. Their bond is instant as they realize that together they have lived an

Lightseekers by Femi Kayode – review

Source – review copy The story pulls the reader along, allowing them a glimpse of the truth that is just out of reach of Philip and Chika. There’s a sense of danger but also of

#AuthorInTheSpotlight – Jack Byrne – Under The Bridge – @Jackbyrnewriter @northodoxpress

In a nutshell, what is your book about? How did you come up with the title for your book? It is an area of Liverpool close to the docks known as Under The Bridge because

ShortBookandScribes #BlogTour #Extract from The Shadowy Third by Julia Parry

Like Loading… So begins an intriguing quest to discover and understand this affair, one with profound repercussions for Julia’s family, not least for her grandmother, Madeline. This is a book about how stories are told

Shoe Dog Review

Love this post? Click here to subscribe. I want to end with my favourite quote from the book: The ultimate American dream, Shoe Dog is a real-life story of passion, perseverance, belief, loyalty and teamwork with a

Old Bones by Helen Kitson | Blog Tour Book Review |#OldBones @Jemima_Mae_7 @LouiseWalters12 @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours

Helen’s debut novel The Last Words of Madeleine Anderson was published in March 2019. Her second “Morevale” novel, Old Bones, will be published on 16 January 2021. My thanks to Emma of damppebbles blog tours