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Hideaway in Iceland by Victoria Walker | #bookreview | @rararesources @4victoriawalker

Hideaway in Iceland by Victoria Walker | #bookreview | @rararesources @4victoriawalker

UK – Hideaway in Iceland I really enjoyed the Victoria Walker’s previous book set in Iceland, Snug in Iceland, so was keen to revisit in this new book. Thanks to Rachel for having me as

A White Christmas on Winter Street – Sue Moorcroft | #Book Review | #AWhiteChristmasOnWinterStreet @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK

A White Christmas on Winter Street – Sue Moorcroft | #Book Review | #AWhiteChristmasOnWinterStreet @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK

The supporting characters here are fabulous, mostly engaging in their own way and of course there are one or two that deserve all the curses. Normally a village like Middledip where everyone knows your business

Diary of a Tuscan Bookshop by Alba Donati, translated by Elena Pala

There is something comforting about entering a bookshop. So many possibilities there to discover, so many different worlds to explore or information to absorb. Similar comfort comes from reading books about books, about bookshops and

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – Burn Before Reading by Daisy Buchanan

The book includes a special foreword written by comedian, actress and writer Isy Suttie. Books came to the rescue. Daisy Buchanan is an award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster. She has written for every major newspaper

My first #AuthorInTheFestiveSpotlight is Sue Moorcroft | A White Christmas on Winter Street | @suemoorcroft @AvonBooksUK

Facebook author page SueMoorcroftAuthor What Christmas book are you looking forward to reading this year? Chocolate and white wine. (Year round, to be honest.) I could buy a copy of my own book and sign

Lynne Millford – Q&A

2. What inspired the book? I like to chill out in front of some crime drama, usually something like Midsomer Murders or Hudson & Rex (a Canadian crime drama where the detective’s sidekick is a

Desert Island Books: Iman Hariri-Kia

Welcome to Desert Island Books, a weekly series where I speak to authors, writers and journalists about the eight books they’d take with them to a desert island and why. If I’m going to be

Freckles by Cecelia Ahern | #audiobook #bookreview | @HarperCollinsUK @Cecelia_Ahern

Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin. Her novels have been translated into thirty-five languages and have sold more than twenty-five million copies in over fifty countries. Two of her books have been

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – A Sliver of Darkness by C.J. Tudor

She lives in Sussex with her family. Travel along eerie country lanes in a world gone dark, enter a block of flats with the most monstrous of occupants and accompany a ruthless estate agent on

Balancing the Books – October 2022

Here’s what I managed to read: I like October. The weather tends to be mild (for the moment anyway), and there is the hint of something in the air. The leaves turn and fall, the