Month: April 2021


Frankly in Love Book Review

The post Frankly in Love Book Review appeared first on Amy's Bookshelf. My favourite book of 2020 was Nicola Yoon’s The Sun is Also a Star and so I was excited for Frankly in Love

How the Chorleywood Bookshop turned Lockdown into an exciting opportunity – by moving to new premises with a brand new shop! – guest post

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#TenThings about Louise Gregory @lougregorybooks

Neither of them are looking for love, and mission protocol forbids it. But love doesn’t follow the rules, and the two friends have to decide whether they want to risk everything they’ve worked for to

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Last Act of Adam Campbell by Andy Jones #BlogTour

As Shakespeare, didn’t quite put it: Shuffling off this mortal coil is a drag; but it’s no reason to stop living. It’s my stop on the blog tour for The Last Act of Adam Campbell

Essex Book Festival – 6 June – 29 August 2021 | @EssexBookFest @MidasPR

The Young Essex programme returns this year with a series of special events. These include an online author talk with Justin Somper about his bestselling children’s series Vampirates; a Makaton Workshop with Ace Music Therapy

Caroline Lea – Q&A

Soon, trust frays between the islanders and outsiders, and between the sisters – their hearts torn by rival claims of duty and desire. 4. Is there still anything about the publishing process that surprises you?

The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent – giveaway

Good luck! Well Birdy Finch didn’t just imagine it. She did it. Which might’ve been an error. And the life she’s run into? Her best friend, Heather’s. If would like the chance to win a


The Funny Thing About Norman Foreman by Julietta Henderson #bookreview @JuliettaJulia1 @TransworldBooks

It was a journey they would always remember . . . for a friend they’d never forget. About the Author Julietta Henderson grew up in the rainforests of North Queensland, Australia. Like many Australians, her love

ShortBookandScribes – Q&As with Joy Ellis, Author of The Patient Man and Jasper Joffe of Joffe Books, Ahead of the British Book Awards

Like Loading… I’m delighted to welcome Joy Ellis and Jasper Joffe to my blog today. Jasper is the founder of Joffe Books which has been shortlisted for the British Book Awards 2021 in the Independent

The Carlyles at Home by Thea Holme – review

Thea Holme paints the Carlyles in a  rather gentle light. Relying on correspondence from Jane Carlyle the impression given is one of a couple who tolerate each other’s whims, perhaps repenting their haste at marrying