Month: February 2022

The Hemlock Cure by Joanne Burn | #bookreview | @joanne_burn @BooksSphere @LittleBrownUK | #historicalfiction #TheHemlockCure

The Hemlock Cure is a beautifully written book, rich in historical detail, and put me in mind of the writing of both Stacey Halls and Maggie O’Farrell. If you enjoy their books, I am sure

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Reputation by Sarah Vaughan

Emma Webster is innocent of the murder of a tabloid journalist. A shocking event turns Emma’s life upside down and she must consider not only her own reputation but that of her daughter’s too. Reputation

#AuthorInTheSpotlight – Matilda Swinney | The Texts Before We Met and The Girl Who Jumped

Probably a children’s book like The Girl and The Dinosaur by Hollie Hughes because I read it so many times a day to my girls and never get tired of it! In a nutshell, what

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Keeper of Stories by Sally Page

Related The idea of collecting stories is what drew me to this book initially. I think it’s quite a magical concept and it’s a delightful read overall, a treasure trove of life experiences. This is

The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson | #bookreview #historicalfiction | @katethompson380 @hodderbooks

Twitter @katethompson380 About the book Kate Thompson was born in London in 1974, and worked as a journalist for twenty years on women’s magazines and national newspapers. She now lives in Sunbury with her

Em & Me by Beth Morrey | Blog Tour Q and A | #EmAndMe

Favourite filmAmadeus Beth lives in London with her husband, two sons and a dog named Polly. Are there any authors whose books have made an impact on you? What type of book do you enjoy

Em and Me by Beth Morrey | Blog Tour Q and A | #EmAndMe

A mother.A daughter.A secret waiting to be discovered. Favourite childhood bookAnne of Green Gables Em & Me tells the story of Delphine Jones, a single mum whose life was derailed as a teenager. The book

Angela Bardot – Q&A

4. Was there anything that surprised you about the process of publishing a book? When I began writing it wasn’t inspiration that drove me, it was more about what I was feeling in my predicament.

Where Blood Runs Cold by Giles Kristian | Blog Tour Extract | #CrimeThriller #WhereBloodRunsCold

‘I can do some research in the evenings,’ Elise said. ‘Maybe speak to a few people. But we’ll have the days.’ ‘You walked into me,’ he said, his tone calm and matter-of-fact. More than once

It Started With a Wedding by Kirsty Ferry | #bookreview | @kirsty_ferry @ChocLitUK | #romanticfiction #Schubert5

About the Book Alfie McCreadie wants his twin sister Nessa to have the best wedding ever, but he’s not happy at being roped in as wedding planner – especially as, unbelievably, his main assistant seems