Month: June 2022

Good Girl, Bad Blood Book Review

9.3Exhilarating, Fast-Paced, Addictive Good Girl, Bad Blood is the follow up to A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, so if you’ve not read that, I’d highly recommend you go and read that (and my review

The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle by Matt Cain | #bookreview | @MattCainWriter @HeadlinePG @HeadlineFiction

Join Albert Entwistle as he sets out to find the long-lost love of his life, and has an unforgettable and completely life-affirming adventure on the way. About the Book With a new year fast approaching,

Nellie Bly: Ten Days a Madwoman by Louisa Treger – guest post and extract

In 1887 young Nellie Bly sets out for New York and a career in journalism, determined to make her way as a serious reporter, whatever that may take. Nellie literally and in every other way

The Summer Trip by Isabelle Broom | Book Review | #TheSummerTrip

MY THOUGHTS Now single, estranged from her family, and preparing to wave her daughter off to university, Ava’s life seems a million miles away from the one she dreamed about as a teenager – a

Autumn in Sycamore Park by CP Ward | #bookreview | @rararesources

Autumn in Sycamore Park is a light and entertaining read. It’s humorous in parts with a gentle romance in the mix too. It’s a relatively short book and ideal if you are looking for a

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Guest House by Robin Morgan-Bentley

Jamie and Victoria are expecting their first baby. His debut thriller, The Wreckage, was nominated for the CWA Dagger John Creasey New Blood Award, the CrimeFest Specsavers Debut Crime Award and Capital Crime’s Debut Book

Beautiful Bookstores: Readings Melbourne

Brother of the More Famous Jack by Barbara Trapido has been recently reissued in a 40th anniversary addition and, described as a coming-of-age classic, this is the one for you if you need to freshen

Wake by Shelley Burr – review

Source – review copy Mina is a product of her family’s tragedy. Almost forgotten by her mother on her quest to find out what happened to Evelyn, Mina has grown up in the shadow of

Read an #extract from The White Lion by Scott Oden | @booksonthehill @lovebookstours

BOTH Press has had many heart-warming responses of how the books have impacted their lives.  There needs to be a choice for people to read for pleasure, where there are books designed to be friendly

The Apartment Upstairs – Lesley Kara | Book Review | #TheApartmentUpstairs

Scarlett Quilter’s aunt, Rebecca, was brutally murdered in her upstairs apartment. Scarlett lives in the converted house ground floor apartment and upon her return home after the forensic formalities have been completed has to cope