Philippa East – Q&A

Something that somehow rarely comes up in interviews but that I’ve always felt played a huge part in me becoming a writer, was that I grew up without a TV until the age of about

Space Hopper by Helen Fisher #bookreview @HFisherAuthor @SimonSchusterUK @RandomTTours #JumpWithMe

This is a story about taking a leap of faithAnd believing the unbelievable They say those we love never truly leave us, and I’ve found that to be true. But not in the way you might

ShortBookandScribes #BookReview – The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot by Marianne Cronin

Fiercely alive, disarmingly funny and brimming with tenderness, THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF LENNI AND MARGOT unwraps the extraordinary gift of life even when it is about to be taken away, and revels in our

The Silent Patient Book Review

To view this content, you must be a member of Amy’s Patreon at £1.5 or more Already a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Review overview CHARACTERS7 QUOTABILITY7 Summary 7.4 amy 15th February

Black Widows by Cate Quinn | Blog Tour #BookGiveaway #BlackWidows

My thanks to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours for the tour invitation. For my turn today, I have a copy to give away to one lucky winner – sorry but this is open to

#TenThings about #poet Stella Hervey Birrell @Atinylife140 – Parent. Worshipper. Carrion.

If you’d like to attend the launch on Thursday evening online, you can book free tickets here I didn’t want to be a poet. Of course I didn’t, I wanted to be a rich writer.

ShortBookandScribes #GuestPost by Ralph Webster, Author of The Other Mrs Samson

I’m delighted to welcome Ralph Webster back to Short Book and Scribes. Last time he was here I interviewed him about One More Moon. This time he’s here to talk about his new book, The

Love Letters from Paris by Nicolas Barreau #bookreview @PiatkusBooks @LittleBrownUK

Julien’s story begin somewhat sadly with the death of his young wife Helene. Before she died, she made him promise to write her 33 letters (one for each year of her life) telling her what

The Ardent Swarm Book Review

To avoid focusing on the negative, this book is also hopeful and has so many moments of beauty too. I loved this story and its meaning and think it’s an important look at the world

The Dressmaker of Paris by Georgia Kaufmann | Blog Tour Review | #TheDressmakerOfParis

Rosa Kusstatscher has built a global fashion empire upon her ability to find the perfect outfit for any occasion. But tonight, as she prepares for the most important meeting of her life, her usual certainty

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