Month: March 2021

The Consequences of Fear (Maisie Dobbs #16) by Jacqueline Winspear | Blog Tour Extract

Freddie looked up and saw a scar move. No. Two scars moved, one on each side of his face, and there was another little one under his eye too, or was that the way the

The Consequences of Fear by Jacqueline Winspear – extract

Today I have an extract to share. About the Book That’s when he saw two men ahead, illuminated by a Bomber’s Moon and falling incendiaries. He didn’t like what he saw – there was shouting,

#BloggerInTheSpotlight – Julie from A Little Book Problem – @book_problem

You can find the blog at I am most active on Twitter as @book_problem and Instagram as @alittlebookproblem, and A Little Book Problem also has a Facebook page. Tell me about your blog –

The Woman Novelist and other stories by Diana Gardner – review

I’ve come to appreciate the skill and beauty of a short story over the last few years. There is something special about being able to create a full and complete story in a few words,

Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay | Blog Tour Extract | #EveryLastFear

“Yeah,” Evan said, “you’ve seen it, right?” “I’ve seen it, yes.” She kept saying his name. A trick of the trade, he presumed. He imagined a much younger Dr. Silverstein diligently taking notes in her

Special Feature on Books2Door – online book retailer – @Books2DoorUK

I also couldn’t resist buying a set of Enid Blyton books which will be part of Easter gifts for younger family members. This set of The Naughtiest Girl books, although printed in three volumes, actually

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Another Life by Jodie Chapman

My review today is of Another Life by Jodie Chapman, which is a wonderful read. My thanks to Ellie Hughes at Michael Joseph for the proof copy of the book. It will be published in


Britt-Marie Was Here Book Review

The post Britt-Marie Was Here Book Review appeared first on Amy's Bookshelf. Britt-Marie Was Here revolves around 63-year-old Britt-Marie, a woman who finds herself living alone after her husband has…

Lorraine Brown – Q&A

1. Tell us a little about Uncoupling. 3. Are you a plan, plan, plan writer or do you sit down and see where the words take you? Since I love city breaks so much, I’d

#AuthorInTheSpotlight – Margaret Kirk – In The Blood – @highlandwriter

Tell me about your journey to publication Do you have a work in progress just now? Hmm. At this stage, I’m trying to be optimistic and looking towards a proper physical launch for the paperback