Month: July 2022

Little Dancer by Melanie Leschallas | Blog Tour Extract | #LittleDancer

But Marie is much more than she seems. By day she’s a ‘little rat’ of the opera, contorting her starving body to entertain the bourgeoisie. By night, she’s plotting to overthrow the government and reinstate

Isaac and the Egg by Bobby Palmer – review

Published by Headline Review The grief is raw, real and all the more impactful for how it is simply portrayed. Isaac knows he isn’t perfect but his love for Mary was as much a physical

The Wilderness by Sarah Duguid | #bookreview | @TinderPress @SarahDuguid4 @RandomTTours

Sarah Duguid grew up on a farm in North Lincolnshire and now lives in London. The Wilderness is her second novel.  My goodness what a tragedy this family had to face and what upheaval and readjustment for

It’s publication day for A Summer of Castles by Rachel Walkley | @RachelJWalkley @rararesources

UK – It’s publication day for A Summer of Castles by Rachel Walkley today and this is just a quick post to say congratulations to the author! I can’t fit this one in to

Inspiration! A #guestpost about Summer at Seaspray Cottage from #author Angela Britnell | @ChocLitUK @AngelaBritnell

What would you do if you inherited a Cornish cottage by the sea? About the Author I’d say the most popular question I get asked when people find out I’m an author is where I

Chris McGeorge – Q&A

Chris McGeorge is the author of Guess Who, Now You See Me and Inside Out. His latest novel, Half-Past Tomorrow was published by Orion on 5 August 2021. 2. What inspired the book? Chris kindly

The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller | #bookreview

On a perfect August morning, Elle Bishop heads out for a swim in the pond below ‘The Paper Palace’ – her family’s holiday home in Cape Cod. As she dives beneath the water she relives

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Serial Killer’s Daughter by Alice Hunter

But it’s not the first time she’s been so close to a crime scene. The daughter of a prolific serial killer, she’s spent her whole life running from who she really is. In a sleepy

Cabin Fever – Michael Smith and Jonathan Franklin | Promo Post | Blog Tour | #CabinFever

Within days, people aboard the Zaandam began to fall sick. The world’s ports shut down. Zaandam became a top story on the news and was denied safe harbour everywhere. With only two doctors aboard and

The Summer Fair by Heidi Swain | #bookreview | @heidi_swain @SimonSchusterUK @TeamBATC

The Summer Fair is another feel-good read from Heidi Swain, a lovely story of community with likeable characters, plenty of secrets and lots of summer warmth! The Summer Fair by Heidi Swain is the fourth