Month: September 2022

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Hope to Die by Cara Hunter

Cara Hunter has once again produced a brilliant crime thriller/police procedural which kept me glued to the page. I do hope more Fawley is on the way, especially as some possible future developments were hinted

Autumn Activities Book Tag | #Autumn #booktag #BookTwitter

Haunted HousesA book that scared you silly. Scary Movie NightYour favourite spooky read. A romp you say? Well it has to be one of the Bridgerton books then! I’ll pick my favourite from

Nell Pattison – Q&A

Nell’s next novel, Friends Don’t Lie, is published on 29 September 2022. Nell kindly answered a few of my questions. 2. What inspired the book? Imagine if I’d never found out about you… And someone

Lost Luggage by Samantha Tonge | #bookreview | @rararesources @SamTongeWriter @BoldwoodBooks #boldwoodbloggers

Bookbub profile: I found this book very engaging from the beginning. It was really intriguing to wonder what might be in the lost luggage that Dolly bought at the auction and even more so

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – A Home from Home by Rosie Hendry

Rosie Hendry lives by the sea in Norfolk with her husband and two children. She is the author of the East End Angels series, which is an uplifting and heart-warming saga series following the lives and

WWW Wednesday 21st September 2022 | #WWWWednesday #amreading #booktwitter

Cherry, Maggie and Rose are mother, daughter and granddaughter, each with their own hopes, dreams and even sorrows. They have always been close, so when, in a moment of impulse, Cherry buys a gorgeous but rundown pub in the

Read the first chapter of The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston | @ashposton @HQstories

As sparks start to fly between them, Florence tells herself she can’t be falling for a ghost – even an infuriatingly sexy one. But can Benji help Florence to realise love isn’t dead, after all?

Carolyn Mandache – Q&A

I was surprised how much I enjoyed researching for this book, at times getting too caught up in the interesting discoveries I made to actually write the book! However, I learned a lot, and the

The Impulse Project by Veronica Henry | #bookreview | @veronica_henry @OrionBooks

What I particularly liked about the book was that it featured three different generations of women from the same family, four if you include young Gertie. They all had their own worries and challenges, their

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The Girls Who Disappeared by Claire Douglas

Now: Journalist Jenna Halliday visits the close-knit community of Stafferbury to persuade Olivia to talk and solve the mystery of the girls’ disappearance. But Olivia won’t speak. The three disappearing women felt like an inspired storyline