Month: December 2018

Why are you here with me? ..

Why are you here with me? When there are deserts and oceans to see Why do you call this place home? When there are towns and cities to roam Why do you stay by my side? When there are ships to sail and planes to ride What is this magnetic force? That keeps you here…

Bring Me Back by B A Paris (Book Review)

Bring Me Back by B A Paris The million-copy bestselling author returns with a breathtaking thriller. ‘We’re in a new Golden Age of suspense writing now, because of amazing books like Bring Me Back, and I for one am loving it’ Lee Child The Disappearance Twelve years ago Finn’s girlfriend disappeared. The Suspicion He told…

A Winter Beneath The Stars by Jo Thomas

I am so excited to join the Blog Tour for A Winter Beneath The Stars by Jo Thomas. Thanks to Anne Cater from Random Things Tours, and Netgalley for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly A Winter Beneath The Stars On a courier trip to Tallfors, deep in Swedish Lapland, everything is…

Moonlight on the Thames by Lauren Westwood

Today I am thrilled to take part in the Blog Blitz for Moonlight on the Thames by Lauren Westwood.  Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the invite and a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly. Moonlight on the Thames Worlds collide when two strangers meet at Waterloo station. It’s a moment they’ll…

The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead

The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead Another children’s book Blog Tour today, and I’m delighted to share The Christmas Play Rehearsal by Sue Wickstead. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources, the publisher and author for letting me take part and for supplying a copy, which I have reviewed honestly The Christmas Play Rehearsal It is Christmas…

Nici’s Christmas Tale by Jean Gill

Nici’s Christmas Tale by Jean Gill Today I am thrilled to be part of the Blog Tour for Nici’s Christmas Tale by Jean Gill. Thank you to Anne Cater from Random Things Tours for the tour invite and copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly. A stand-alone short story in the multi-award-winning Troubadours Quartet…