Month: November 2021

Strictly Christmas Spirit by Helen Buckley #bookreview @ChocLitUK @rararesources @HelenCBuckley

About the author Twitter: Emily tells Blake that, “Christmas is a wonderful time for second chances, for turning over a new leaf, for trying to be the best person you can be, for making

Alan Lea – Q&A

6. If you could only read one book for the rest of your life which book would it be? 3. Are you a plan, plan, plan writer or do you sit down and see where

Coffee and Crime Book Advent Calendar – Review

When Kitty Featherstone-Quinn tired of writing “At Kitty’s Advice to the Lovelorn” she took the money she had saved and bought a resort hotel in Gold Gulch, a “ghost” mining town. Her arrival in the

High Pressure by Sam Blake | Book Review | #HighPressure | #Thriller

As temperatures soar across Europe during the hottest summer for forty years, a series of hoax terrorist attacks is generating panic in London. Then a bus blows up on Oxford Street and the hoaxes have

Lauren Brown – Q&A

One thing I would say is that there’s no ‘right’ way of being published and getting your work out there. The ‘traditional’ way is to find an agent and then a publisher, but I went

The final #AuthorInTheFestiveSpotlight for November is Suzanne Snow – A Country Village Christmas – @snowprose @canelo_co @Katrina_Power

In a nutshell, what is your Christmas book about? I’m on Facebook and Twitter and and you can now catch up with me on Instagram as well And a favourite Christmas song?

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Merry Christmas Project by Cathy Bramley

Cole loves a project too – though it’s usually of the bricks and mortar variety. As a single dad, his Christmas wish is to see his kids again, so getting the new house finished for

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Deserter’s Daughter by Susanna Bavin

Susanna lives on the beautiful North Wales coast with her husband and their two rescue cats. She is originally from Chorlton-cum-Hardy in Manchester, where her family has lived for several generations and which provides the

Phillipa Ashley is today’s #AuthorInTheFestiveSpotlight – A Special Cornish Christmas – @PhillipaAshley @AvonBooksUK

It isn’t a book, more a scene… but one of the stories that will live forever in my memory is from What Katy Did at School, when the Carr sisters’ Christmas box is the only

Lorraine Johnston – Q&A

About the Book MacMoley Moves Home is an earthy tale about a mole who has too much stuff. I think we can all relate to him. He interrupts other underground critters during his mission to