Month: April 2022

Publication day spotlight on The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim by Jules Wake | @JulesWake @0neMoreChapter_ @rararesources

Website Jules Wake is one of my favourite authors and I’m sorry I haven’t had time to fit in a review in time for publication day today. I do intend to read The Wednesday

Miss Aldridge Regrets – Louise Hare | Book Review | #MissAldridgeRegrets

Louise Hare is a London-based author. Her debut novel, This Lovely City, was published in the UK to wide acclaim, and was a Between the Covers Book Club Pick on BBC Two. She has an

Nancy Peach – Q&A

6. If you could only read one book for the rest of your life which book would it be? Love Life is a modern-day Pride and Prejudice themed rom-com set in a hospice. It features

Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare – review

As she steps aboard the Queen Mary she is aware of how out of place she feels amongst the glitz and money of First Class. She knows that if the other passengers knew who she

#Bookreview | Meet Me On The Buddy Bench – by Hannah Pearl | @ChocLitUK @HannahPearl_1

I was so irritated on Ava’s behalf that her GP showed so little understanding of her condition or any sympathy and just kept saying it would get better. I would imagine this is similar for

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Out of Her Depth by Lizzy Barber #BlogTour

Out of her Depth by Lizzy Barber is out 28th April, published by Pan Macmillan in paperback, priced £8.99 The past offers a heady and intoxicating look at teenage privilege and jealousy in a beautiful setting. What

Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

So after a rather long hiatus, Old, New, Borrowed, Blue returns. Please try to contain your excitement. Something is about to go very wrong. And someone is going to lie about it. The new book

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Orphanage by Lizzie Page

Twitter Related Lizzie loves reading and writing historical fiction and although she enjoys most eras, it is the First World War that has captivated her. Lizzie finds it fascinating primarily because of the massive changes

Quicksand of Memory – Michael J Malone | Book Review #QuicksandOfMemory

My thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the place on the tour and to the publisher for the ecopy to review. Luke and Jenna are the principal characters but there are others

A Little Hope by Ethan Joella – review

Freddie and Greg Tyler seem to have it all: a comfortable home at the edge of the woods, a beautiful young daughter, a bond that feels unbreakable. But when Greg is diagnosed with a rare