My review today is of a book a little different. ‘things i should have said and done’ is a novel that challenges our idea of the afterlife. Written by Colette McCormick there is something quite special about this book
Today I’m thrilled to kick-start the blog-tour with JD Fennell and his debut YA crossover thriller Sleeper. With accolades from James Patterson, this is a one-to-watch folks….
Today I am joined by Donna Morrissey author of The Fortunate Brother in an excellent Q & A. I was very lucky to read this wonderful book so I’m also sharing my review with you all. I do hope you enjoy!!
Join me today on tour with J.A. Schneider and her new police procedural ‘Watching You’ Joyce has written a post entitled ‘Is writing fiction the best self-analysis?’
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to be joined by writer of debut novel After The Affair Jonathan Kaye. Jonathan wrote a great post entitled ‘Plot-Walking’, including a selection of stunning images as taken by Jonathan of the South East Coast of Ireland
I am beyond excited to have Sarah Day, author of the amazing Mussolini’s Island join me for a Q & A today. If you haven’t read it yet…I highly recommend!!!
Today my review is of a fantastic psychological thriller debut ‘My Sister’ by Michelle Adams. Described as ‘electrifying’. I would have to agree. Just published by Headline.
Today I’m on the tour bus with Orion Books and their lead debut in fiction for 2017. We All Begin As Strangers is the new release from Harriet Cummings, a novel inspired by true events in the 1980s.
My book-review today is of the latest release from Isabelle Broom ‘Then. Now. Always.’ Isabelle Broom writes beautifully and very passionately about a place that is obviously so very special to her in this book. Prepare to escape to the Spanish sunshine…
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to be joined by author Denise Deegan. Denise has written a very interesting post entitled ‘The Story of a Story’ about the many incarnations of one book in the publishing world.